Australian-born blues singer/guitarist Kara Grainger may draw preliminary comparisons to Bonnie Raitt — both play slide guitar and sing soulfully — but she bears her very own distinctive style, one which evenly balances the blues with soul and root base rock, a thing that can be noticed on her single albums aswell as the music she made out of her brother within two different bands — Papa Lips and Grainger. The Sydney blues music group Papa Lip area, which also highlighted her sibling Mitch on harmonica, was the initial professional clothing for Kara Grainger. Through the past due ’90s, Papa Lip area toured the east coastline of Australia with regularity and their two albums, Tranquility and ABOUT TIME Today, garnered some acclaim. The music group transformed their name to Grainger in 2000 and released an EP, after that Kara received a chance to play electric guitar with Cool Chisel’s Steve Prestwich. This, plus a spot on tv, helped elevate her profile and shortly she started seeking a solo profession, first launching an EP known as Secret Soul, after that pursuing up with the full-length Grand and Green River in 2008. In 2013, she released Shiver & Sigh.