Jadea Kelly’s ‘Lone Wolf’ is your Folk Alliance International Song of the Day

The International Folk Alliance Conference & Winter Music Camp comes to KC February 19-23. To get you geared up for the folk blowout, every day we’re posting a song we like by one of the event’s showcase artists. 

It’s kind of impossible not to fall in love with Toronto’s Jadea Kelly. The singer-songwriter was first recognized for her haunting vocals and classic-minded folk strings on her 2010 album, Eastbound Platform, which earned her a nomination at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for new emerging artist. In September, Kelly released her latest full-length, Clover – and she has never sounded more bewitching than she does on the album’s 11 engrossing tracks.

Kelly strikes a singular balance between the gentle, lonesome twang of her guitar and her prairie-wind vocals, perhaps best heard on Clover‘s “Lone Wolf.” 

For more information on the FAI and the upcoming conference, go here.

See also:

#23: John Fullbright’s “Gawd Above”
#22: Grant Lee Phillips’ “Walking in the Green Corn”
#21: The Carper Family’s “Foolish Ramblin’ Man”
#20: The Black Lillies’ “The Fall”
#19: Ganstagrass’ “Long Hard Times to Come”
#18: Chuck Mead’s “Girl on the Billboard”
#17: Jordie Lane’s “Feet Fall”
#16: The Howlin’ Brothers “Big Fall” 

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