Homegrown and haunting, whiskey drinking gypsy” - Kelly McFarling lays powerhouse vocals over a bed of bold honest lyrics and oldtimey instrumentation. Accompanied by clawhammer banjo, bass, percussion and pedal steel, her songs gather depth and dimension, placing the music in an evolved folk genre. Her voice channels a sense of longing, nostalgia, and her songs take you to a place in between places, evoking the urge to sit down with your oldest friend, or your newest love. She is from Atlanta GA, where she learned to sing in church choirs and baseball stadiums, and she learned to write from the stories of Flannery O' Conner and Toni Morrison. She has since wandered out to the West coast where she can be found in the back rooms of San Francisco bars Banjo plucking and singing Siren songs. The grass is blue, the moon is shiny. Drink up darlin' its homebrew.