For as long as I’ve been involved with the BRC, Felice Rosser’s band Faith has been a mainstay.  If they come to a venue near you, check them out.  In fact, even if you have to travel out of your way, they’re worth the effort.  I just saw them a few weeks ago at Southpaw here in Brooklyn, and they were on a bill with Shrine for the Black Madonna and Tamar-Kali.  After all, what’s not to like about a band led by a woman on bass, whose voice is like honey?

This track–”Delicate”–is from their latest album, “A Place Where Love Can Grow”.  Check it out.

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  1. felicer May 10, 2007 at 15:21 #

    thanks Rob. Nice seeing you at the show.

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