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THE GOSPEL OF WINFIELD

Stream the song “The Gospel of Winfield” for free during the Walnut Valley Festival September 14 – 18, 2016.  Join the mailing list to receive a free digital download of Kasey’s song that pays homage to her roots and the third weekend of September ritual. Already on Kasey’s mailing list?  Sign up for her newest project’s list,  The Country Duo.

 Kasey Rausch’s Country Duo

Featuring Marco Pascolini on pedal steel and guitar.

Learn more about The Country Duo.

GUITAR IN HAND by Kasey Rausch

Nominated by readers of The Pitch as one of the best albums in Kansas City 2015.  

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Available now on MudStomp Records.

Debuting at #3 on the Roots Music Reporting “Traditional Folk” chart, #4 in Missouri (all genres) and #48 on the general “Folk” chart, along side Bob Dylan, Nickle Creek, Stray Birds, Jackson Browne and more.

Find it in the MudStomp Records STORE or on iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby and Google Play.

Listen to samples HERE.

 “THIS LITTLE CROW”

A song written by Kasey Rausch recorded with Victor & Penny and Their Loose Change OrchestraClick HERE to listen & purchase.

“FLY”

From the 2014 album Guitar in Hand available on MudStomp Records.  Video written, produced and filmed by Steve Rausch of Rausch Video Productions.

 “Kasey Rausch is the most prominent member of a new generation of dedicated folk musicians in Kansas City.” – KCUR 89.3 FM  2014

“Guitar in Hand puts Rausch at the front of the local folk scene. The arrangements are both elaborate and elemental; if the swooning fiddle on “Sweet Missouri” doesn’t inspire some love for your home state, nothing will. And Rausch’s voice settles easily around spirited bluegrass (“Moonshiner’s Dream”) and twangy country (“My Piney Wood Home”), showing the influence of both Alison Krauss and Emmylou Harris as well as a new maturity. Hers is a voice you trust to tell the truth, a voice you can hear singing lullabies, a shield that protects against the darkness.  It’s a long way from working retail to an album like Guitar in Hand. Rausch knows that.” – Natalie Gallagher, The Pitch Kansas City  2014

“Guitar in Hand” is an album about place: where you’re from and where your heart belongs. It’s also a confirmation that Rausch is back where she belongs — making music. Because that’s obviously where her heart is.” — Tim Finn, The Kansas City Star  2014

“Received My CD and listened to it. Excellent Work!!!!!!!!.. Also what an excellent group of musicians You have gathered around You. I really like the steel guitar work.”  — Paul (Kickstarter Backer)  2014