Saturday, October 25, 2014

NYC Singer-Songwriter Aisha Eustache Pays Homage To Her Native Oklahoma with Single “Tornadoes”

 Oklahoma born and raised and now living in New York city, Aisha Eustache has seen her share of devastation. “While watching the national news one evening, the lead piece happened to be on the severe weather hitting Moore, Oklahoma, a town 20 mins away from my hometown Midwest City.  As the pictures of the devastation of homes, schools, churches, highways continued to flash on the screen the song welled up in my soul.”

The song would be the inspiration for Eustache to contact legendary producer Gary Katz, whom she met while doing backing vocals for a Katz led session.  “Tornadoes” was mixed by another well known producer, L.A. based Andrew Williams who has worked with, among others, Colbie Caillat and One Republic.

“With our evolving schedules and almost never ending demands of  modern society, I believe every soul can relate to having experienced an emotional Tornado of some sort.  My hope and intention for this song is to help shine a light on the devastation severe storms of any kind have on us personally and as a community. “

Aisha Eustache, a proud supporter of Childrens International and The Yellow Boots Society, will be in Los Angeles for a rare west coast performance on October 23rd at the West L.A. hot spot Ghengis Cohen celebrating the release of her single and a new endorsement with Gibson guitars.


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