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Kiya Heartwood | Palo Duro

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Palo Duro

by Kiya Heartwood

Texas singer-songwriter's clear eyed love stories, thought provoking contemporary songs with musical roots in the American folk and roots tradition.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Icarus
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2. Palo Duro
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3. Mirage
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4. Ferris Wheel
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5. Fame and Fortune
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6. White Flag
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7. End of the War
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8. Burial Ground
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9. Perfect
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10. Veinte Anos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Texas singer-songwriter Kiya Heartwood's Palo Duro is full of gutsy, intentional parables of hard won life experiences. Shared through a strong, kind, caring heart. Words you can listen to. Music to live by. Heartwood is an award winning roots rook, alt country, folk singer-songwriter who recently returned from touring her one woman show, Song Tales from the American Edge in Ireland and the UK.

The UK's Broadway Baby describes Kiya Heartwood (Stealin Horses, Wishing Chair) as "an award-winning American singer-songwriter who writes smart, funny and poignant songs about the famous and not-so-famous legends of America."

Dirty Linen writes that Kiya's music "serves up a lively batch of original songs that follow on to two of the oldest traditions of folk music: storytelling and political broadside."

Anna Creech writes "Heartwood tells untold stories, tugs at your heartstrings, and gives you glimpses of the delights of the world." Kiya makes her happy home in Austin, TX.

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