Kaia | The Birthday Song ('60s Style)

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The Birthday Song ('60s Style)

by Kaia

Fun wall-of-sound birthday song perfect for that special occasion.
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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Kaia is a Bloomington, Indiana-based vocal ensemble performing world music, jazz, spirituals, original compositions, improvisation, and anything else that strikes our fancy. Many of us have a long history of performing in other groups (indie bands, small ensembles, choral work, musical theatre, etc). Founded in October 2004, we've performed in a wide variety of regional venues. We have also appeared as mainstage performers at the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival, the U.S.'s second-largest world music festival.

Our musical influences are very diverse, including Mel Torme, Tupac Shakur, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, classical composers, Libana, and various world music performers. We sing in 25 languages in a variety of vocal styles. That diversity makes us unique—you never know what we'll do next! (Though we don't do barbershop, doo-wop, or anything remotely show choir-y. (Okay, we do one doo-wop song, but that's because it's funny.))

We focus on bringing soul to our music to connect with each other and break the "performer/audience" barrier. We are very dynamic performers and we take you on a dizzying tour of world song as we delve into dance, religion, sex, death, politics, seasonal celebrations, and frisky porcupines! From haunting, lyrical ballads to bawdy drinking songs, we love to explore the many textures of the musical world and all aspects of the human experience. We also have a lot of fun.



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