Dorie Pride is a name you won’t forget…
This gifted poetess spreads seeds of light through her music. With a gift to tell stories that stir the heart, Dorie’s unique, earthy, androgynous sound and style captivate the listener. She paints pictures with words that take you on a voyeuristic journey through the bitter and the sweet of life, evoking and provoking emotions. The raw honesty in her voice on songs like "Born 2 Make Music" “Revolution” and “Winds Of Change,” command your attention to the cry of mute voices unheard and misunderstood. She entices and invites one into her private world of pictures and sound.
Dorie is a true artist in every sense of the word. Some artists use their canvas to paint, some use their hands to sculpt, but Dorie uses her heart to feel, her words to heal and her voice to evoke emotion. Musically, she takes you on an adventure that is visually exciting, thought provoking, emotional and vibrant.
Janet Jackson and Johnny Mathis are a few of the illustrious artist who benefited from her talents by recording songs written by DORIE and her co-writer/co-producer KAMAU SEITU. Kick back and check out DORIE PRIDE… SHE’S SO REAL SHE’LL GRAB A HOLD OF YOUR HEART!
While time ushers in a new millennium, the winds of change are blowin’. A new voice arises out of the ashes like the phoenix bird spreading light upon the earth…
PRAISES FOR DORIE PRIDE
Ray...Melissa Kilpatrick owner of MK COLLECTIONS
Just wanted to first send a big thank you for the Dorie Pride referral for my Atlanta event. She and her husband were fantastic. Her voice was melodic and really transformed the atmosphere into a beautiful evening. I felt spoiled to have such talent present, and I hope she made connections of her own while there...because I know the crowd was raving about her. Anyway - between her, and Mark Allen Felton, I am getting a reputation for having fantastic music at my parties...lol...so thank you, thank you!
"If George Lucas said; hey support Dorie Pride's music, she's great and big companies wouldn't fund her- would you? Well let's treat George Lucas like Simon. Simon says, support the artist next door. Christ said, what you have done to the least of these, you've done also unto me. I'm just sayin'LaRita Shelby EUR- RADIOSCOPE