Louise Setara may be only 18, but she's always been musically mature, singing as a toddler, and making her stage debut at age 7. The singer, of Irish-Brit-Brazilian-Gypsy heritage, celebrates the release of her Manhattan records debut, Still Waters, featuring an intriguing blend of old school soul numbers and earthy, emotion-laden gospel, along with youthful, angsty, self-penned originals. With a bold, precocious confidence, Setara demonstrates a range and emotional depth that belies her youth--from the bold, bursting "Can't Stop The River," which Seal wrote for the singer, to the hushed melancholy of the 1920s gem "Circle." Setara's multiple Grammy award-winning producer and mixer Jay Newland (who has worked with Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon and Norah Jones amongst others) says, "Louise has a maturity in her voice that most singers spend a lifetime acquiring."
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