Kim Baker | Reach Out

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Reach Out

by Kim Baker

Kim Baker makes her musicianship and songwriting accessible to the masses with her insightful and melodic driven songs, and is often compared to other artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Norah Jones and Sarah McLachlan.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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"This song means a great deal to me. One of the most important things for me in life is my ability to reach out and authentically connect with other people. I wrote this song about wanting to connect more deeply with one of my dearest friends. Over time, the song has taken on a much larger meaning for me. When I sing it live now, I am thinking about reaching out to the audience from the stage. When I sing it alone in my living room, I am thinking about reaching out to my friends and family who I might be missing a great deal because they live far away, or because I have not spoken with them in a long time. And most of all, I think about the greater meaning of reaching out. I have recently done a lot of work for the homeless in my community, and somehow it never quite feels like it is enough. There is so much work left to be done. When I become overwhelmed by that feeling of being 'only one person in a world full of problems,' I try to remember that all it really takes is one simple interaction with one person along our path to truly make a difference, both in our own individual lives, as well as in the world at large." (Reach Out. Words and music by Kim Baker. January 2012).



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