Her newest album entitled Round Midnight was just released this month. That marks her 13th album. After my interview with her, I was so excited about seeing her show at one of my favorite venues in the city;The College of Charleston Cistern. It truly is perfect. Sitting under the stars and being serenaded by fabulous jazz. It was however still quite hot and muggy and buggy!
Karrin entered the stage and performed to a crowd of about 600 guests. The anticipation was about to kill me. She started singing and to be honest I am not sure if it was vocal fatigue or what, but her breath support just didn't seem to be there.
Her song selections leaned towards the slower side of jazz. However, with that said, quite witty choices. It is especially of note that Karrin chooses her sets each night and no night is ever the same. She even threw in a Simon and Garfunkle tune last night.
She can be seen at the Cistern again this evening. tickets are available at the Gaillard Auditorium.