WATCH: Karma Mayet Johnson — “September Song”

The tender side of this versatile composer and performer.

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Yeah, we’re a little late on this cuz, after all, it’s November.  Sorry ’bout that.

Seriously, glad to see this beautiful video treatment by director Kimberly Mayhorn of Karma Johnson’s “September Song,” one of our favorite songs from blues-roots EP September Songs.  The video conveys all the tenderness that you hear in the song.  More importantly, it showcases another side of Karma, who many have gotten to know through her fiery performances with Burnt Sugar.  Solid songwriting from this versatile composer and performance artist.

Enjoy!

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