Day after Day by Katie Fry: Review
A little bit of country, a dash of melody, a sprinkle of harmony, a voice smooth like honey, and you got Katie Fry. I enjoyed listening to her song “Day after Day” quite a lot actually, and the overall representation of the music resonated with me. Firstly, Katie’s voice has a consistent tone, and she is able to sway it with the instruments as it moves in a country music style pattern. The drums accompanying the melodies had a slow tempo that fits just right. Oh and the sliding guitar? Absolutely marvelous! Day after Day has the potential to be a classic road song or a campfire song. It’s also a wonderful ode to the hopeless romantics out there like myself as well. Ladies, if you want to dedicate this song to your man, now’s the time, just sayin’.
Katie Fry listens to music from a vintage era, which includes classic rock, country, and oldies. She was fortunate enough to grow up in a rural area with a thriving live folk and country music culture. She has played everywhere from the Bay Area to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada at fairs, festivals, vineyards, breweries, art galleries, and cafés.
Katie’s major operation, during which her spouse of 10 years supported her through the recovery process, was the inspiration for the song. The song’s lyrics are a joyful reflection of present joys and fond memories.
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Photo credits: Layla Self
Review by: Damien Reid