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Here Comes the Rain Again

by Kate & the Crocodiles

Kate & The Crocodiles: A refreshing and innovative classically-trained female vocalist; a colorful, energetic and soulful keyboardist; and the intuitive trumpeter of Pink Martini performing stunning originals and powerful re-conceptions of great music.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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How much music is in your music? Let our fun little trio give you a refreshingly cool douse, leaving you with a lovely warm glow, setting you free from whatever it was you thought was such a big deal.

THE TRIO: An innovative classically-trained female vocalist; a colorful, energetic, and soulful keyboardist; and the intuitive trumpeter of Pink Martini doing stunning originals and re-conceptions of stuff from Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Nat Cole, Louis Prima, Louis Armstrong, Pat Benetar, April Smith, Yves Montand.

KATE: Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Kate Morrison studied voice during junior high, high school, and college in Pendleton, Oregon, and Walla Walla, Washington. A consistent soloist, she placed in the top 10 Oregon vocalists and won many awards, including the National Arion Award for Music.

GAVIN: Gavin Bondy studied trumpet, piano, and voice as a child in Portland, Oregon. For years, he played trumpet in every imaginable circumstance and style before joining Pink Martini. A couple years later, during a slow period, he founded The Shanghai Woolies, who play hot jazz and pop from the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. For this song, Gavin plays a middle-brass instrument that has generally fallen out of use, a circular mellophone made in 1935.

CRAIG: Originally from Alaska, Craig Bidondo studied piano and music composition in Los Angeles before moving to the Portland area. He co-wrote the award-winning musical, “Look At Us Now”, and served as the pianist and music director for it's Tapestry Theatre production. Later, he directed music and played keyboards for the Portland production of “Menopause — The Musical”, the longest-running production in the history of Portland Center for the Performing Arts.

MARIO: An honored guest for this recording, Mario Diaz plays beautiful classical guitar in the Portland area and came to mind when we needed to represent the raindrops.



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