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article imageReview: Country singer Kayla Calabrese delivers on eponymous EP Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 31, 2013 in Entertainment
Country singer and songwriter Kayla Calabrese released her self-titled new EP. It was produced by veteran producer Kent Wells and recorded at The Sound Kitchen Studios in Tennessee.
A girl from Pine Beach, New Jersey, Kayla co-wrote all six songs on the release. As indicated in her Facebook page, she was influenced musically by such female country vocalists as Sara Evans, Martina McBride, Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Nettles from Sugarland.
The album opens with her infectious love ballad “Kiss Me.”
It is followed by the upbeat “Dreams to Burn,” which showcases her country rock side. The ballad “A Thousand Pictures” is moving and emotional that paints a vivid picture in the minds of her listeners.
My personal favorite song on the EP, “Some Women Never Learn,” is a catchy, fun and crystalline vocal. Her storytelling ability is evident in the tender “Did You Feel That.”
The EP closes with the stunning mid-tempo tune “This is How it Feels.”
The Verdict
Overall, Kayla Calabrese does a solid job on her eponymous EP. She simultaneously showcases her trademark pipes and her soothing vocals, which are reminiscent to those of Sara Evans.
For more information on up-and-coming country singer Kayla Calabrese, visit her official website.
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