In November of 2008, she released her debut album, "Bodega Rose", a contemplative, acoustic work that includes accompaniment by renowned musician and composer, Karl Berger. The album, in addition to eleven original tracks, also includes a cover song, a sparse, down-tempo version of Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's collaboration, "Say Say Say". In 2009, Kesang Marstrand released "Hello Night", a collection of twelve captivating lullabies. The album received excellent reviews and was selected as Number 6 on About.com's Top 10 Best Kids' Music of 2009. Kesang Marstrand lived in Tunisia, cradle of the Arab Spring, for 4 years where she became a recognized figure on the cultural scene.
The awakening of the Tunisian people is providing her with boundless inspiration. At the height of the revolution, she released a moving interpretation of the Tunisian National Anthem. The interpretation became an overnight hit and was considered as the Tunisian revolution theme song. In 2011, She released her 3rd Album "Our Myth". Produced by renown jazzman, Karl Berger with accompaniments by WoodStock's finest musicians such as Harvey Sorgen, Jane Scarpantoni, Steve Gorn and Don Davis.
Our Myth was acclaimed by the European audience during Marstrand's tour in 2012. Kesang Marstrand is currently based in New York City and she is working on a new album that will be released in the summer of 2014. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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