Hey Elisa!

Kevin Zarnett

It started as a conversation with a friend who was struggling, weighed down by their current circumstance, and unable to see any escape. I asked, if she could do anything, what would she do? I was thinking vocationally, but her response was, “I would like to be a bird. Be able to fly.” And that’s where the song came from. Musically, it's a

It started as a conversation with a friend who was struggling, weighed down by their current circumstance, and unable to see any escape. I asked, if she could do anything, what would she do? I was thinking vocationally, but her response was, “I would like to be a bird. Be able to fly.” And that’s where the song came from. Musically, it's a lovelorn, finger-picked folk song at its core, but there's a pop sensibility that keeps things moving along and introducing new elements throughout, including an unusual intro, harmony slide guitar, mellotron, bright dashes of piano, and synthesizer lines that enhance the feeling of a bird flying at different paces through the song.

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Ghost Notes

Kevin Zarnett

Recorded over a few afternoons in August 2017, “Ghost Notes” serves as both an up-close introduction to Kevin’s music, as well as the perfect live performance souvenir; it’s an un-produced live-in-the-studio recording, all single-takes with no edits, just Kevin’s voice and guitar playing both newer and older original songs.
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City Lights

Kevin Zarnett

Kevin Zarnett shows his knack for an interesting lyric married to a strong melody across these ten original tunes. Stylistically the songs demonstrate an elegant Americana, up-close personal folk, radio-friendly pop, and a country-leaning folk-rock. With Mark Kelso, Caroline Brooks, Nurit Suzana, John Dymond, Gregg Lawless, Christine Bougie.
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