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Kasey Chambers

by Paul Cashmere on January 25, 2017

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Kasey Chambers ‘Dragonfly’ is a work of art.

‘Dragonfly’ Kasey’s 11th album is a double album. Disc one, Sing Sing sessions was made with Paul Kelly and disc two Foggy Mountain sessions was produced by her brother Nash Chambers.

In the Noise11 interview, Kasey herself says this is her best album but the truth of the matter is ‘Dragonfly’ takes Kasey to a whole new level. ‘Dragonfly’ is a masterpiece, pushing the one-time Queen of Country into new music genres with its soul and blues foundation.

Kasey Chambers tells the Dragonfly story to Paul Cashmere at Noise11.com.

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