Kat Greta, the Melbourne-born artist, is defying what it looks like to be a modern-day musician. She remains in her own lane, holding a constant appreciation for the melodies and chord progressions from the 60’s and 70’s. After the recent successful release of her single Farewell My Friend, singer-songwriter Kat Greta is showing the world she is just getting started.
Greta returns armed with a sparkling new pop direction via her brand new single Season To Believe; an upbeat slice of sonic freshness from the Melbourne-based songwriter.
She shares her Top Five Favourite Artists:
1. The Carpenters
The Carpenters’ greatness is marked by their mastery of melodies and harmonies. Their melodies are not only tuneful but also instantly recognisable. Richard Carpenter, a gifted composer and arranger, possessed a knack for crafting unforgettable melody lines, and often creating lush orchestral arrangements. Their harmonies seamlessly melded together, forging a rich and soothing sound. Meanwhile, Karen Carpenter’s vocal talent was nothing short of extraordinary, characterised by a tone that was pure and crystal-clear, with a warm, resonant quality that fostered a genuine connection between the listener and the lyrics she so beautifully conveyed.
I Won’t Last A Day Without You – A SONG FOR YOU
Hurting Each Other – A SONG FOR YOU
Goodbye To Love – A SONG FOR YOU
Yesterday Once More – NOW AND THEN
Bread, the iconic band of the 1970s, are also celebrated for their exceptional command of melodies and harmonies. Fronted by the talented singer-songwriter David Gates, Bread’s songs are distinguished by his incredible songwriting skills and a knack for crafting melodies. These songs often feature thoughtful arrangements, enhancing their appeal. Bread’s harmonies, whether delivered by Gates or the band’s other members, blended seamlessly, lending their music a soothing and melodic quality.
3. Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder isn’t just an artist; he’s a musical legend who’s touched the hearts of countless fans around the world. His songs have a way of connecting on a deeply personal level, making you feel like he’s speaking to your soul. Whether it’s the joy of “Isn’t She Lovely” or the emotion of “Superstition,” his music has been the soundtrack to many of my life’s moments. You can’t help but sing along, dance, or even shed a tear when you listen to his tunes.
If It’s Magic – SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE
As – SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life – TALKING BOOK
My Cherie Amour – MY CHERIE AMOUR
4. Simon & Garfunkel
Simon & Garfunkel’s music is like a deep conversation with a good friend. Their lyrics are filled with vivid stories and emotions, touching on love, life, and society. Their harmonies are like a warm hug, instantly familiar and comforting. With simple acoustic sounds and a mix of folk and rock vibes, their music feels both timeless and down-to-earth. It’s like they’re sharing life’s stories through their songs, making them more than just musicians; they’re storytellers who connect with us all.
Bridge Over Troubled Water – BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER
The Sound of Silence – WEDNESDAY MORNING, 3AM
Homeward Bound – PARSLEY, SAGE, ROSEMARY AND THYME
5. Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac’s music is like a journey through the highs and lows of life. Their lyrics are deeply personal, often speaking about relationships and heartbreak. The harmonies, especially between Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, are impeccable and draw you into their emotional world. Their blend of rock, pop, and folk creates a captivating sound. Fleetwood Mac are brilliant storytellers and emotional guides, taking you on a musical adventure through their lives.