Kelly Does Her Best: Garrison Starr

Garrison Starr cracks me up. She just does.

Garrison Starr cracks me up. She just does. Two Southern refugees, we circled around each other in Los Angeles in the mid-90s and finally connected 10 years later in Nashville. From that point on, we were insta-buddies. Part of what brought us together – in addition to multiple mutual acquaintances – was her contribution to Songs for a Broken Heart. I’m just glad to know her.

G. Starr’s latest solo release, The Girl That Killed September, also won me over as a fan of her work which I hadn’t necessarily been prior to that. It’s a cool record, raw and gutsy. I’m also looking very forward to her upcoming collaboration with Josh Joplin called Among the Oak and Ash.