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Vicki Pratt Keating

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It isn't easy to categorize Vicky Pratt Keating, or come up with pat comparisons to other performers. Keating herself has described her style as "whimsical mystical acoustic", which fits the bill as well as anything. There are echoes of everyone from Kate Bush to David Byrne to Nanci Griffith in Keating's music, but she is so firmly an original that to label her by that method is as incomplete as describing ice cream simply as "cold". Keating is currently based out of Sedona, Arizona, after having relocated from her hometown of Washington D.C. in 1999. Just before the move came a change of professional identity--after releasing Blue Apples with Allegro under the name Vicky Pratt Keating, she released This Guardian at Noon herself under the name Vyktoria Pratt Keating in 1997. Her performance resume includes opening for Dave Matthews, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and travelling with Jethro Tull as their tour opener from August to October of 1999. With her ability to write penetrating lyrics and her lithe soprano voice, it seems that Keating is sure to be the mistress of her own musical destiny. ~ Maya Geryk