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Click here to see an issue of The Foothills FocusThe article about Karmann and Kompany, written by Eric Quade,
is on page 10.

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Karmann and Kompany at The Higley Center in Gilbert, AZ.

Sojourn (I Will Follow You Today) Live
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Our schedule of performances and visit our "Gigs" page for more information, including a map to the venue

Karmann and Kompany has curtailed our summer performances a bit so we can concentrate on recording our long-awaited CD, which will including originals and covers of some of our favorite songs.  More information soon on release date and launch party!

In the mean time, we are releasing a single on July 31 via
The Relevant Christian Magazine
A Christmas song released in July?  What better time to get us in the mood! 

Click here to visit The Relevant Christian Magazine.

Karmann and Kompany (Joe Stolpa, Karmann Powell and Joe Brokaw) at Keystone Antiques, Prescott, Arizona for Acker Night, 2013.  Photo taken by David Cottle, D2 Photography.


Go to our "Gigs"page for updated information, times and maps for every performance


May 10 - Mayer Daze Parade and BBQ, Mayer, AZ

May 23 - American Legion #78, Humboldt

June 27 - American Legion #78, Humboldt

June 28 - Flagstaff Folk Festival, Flagstaff

July 19 - Christmas in July, Agua Fria Christian Church, Humboldt, AZ

July 20 - Monday Night Melodies, Peoria Public Library,

July 25 - American Legion #78, Humboldt

August 2 - First Baptist Country Church, Surprise

August 8 - First Baptist Church, Prescott

August 22 - American Legion #78, Humboldt

November 8 - Desert Broom Library, Cave Creek

ABOUT Karmann and Kompany

Karmann and Kompany is an award winning band led by singer/songwriter Karmann Powell.  Members include Joe Brokaw, 5-string bass, Joe Stolpa on electric and acoustic lead guitar.  Their sound is clean and clear, featuring powerful vocals and a warm, personable stage presence.  Drummer/percussionist Darrell Stackhouse plays with us on special occasions.  Song selections range from folk, country, gospel, bluegrass, contemporary, blues and originals - or what ever strikes the band's fancy. 

Based in central Arizona, Karmann Powell has performed solo throughout the state for many years.  In the past, the composition of Karmann and Kompany has been fluid. John "Whiteboy" Walden, harmonica player extraordinaire, is a Karmann and Kompany member at large.  A world traveler, he always has a place in the band when he makes it back to the states.  Drummer, Jeff Wright, played with us on several occasions.  Don Hootman played lead guitar for about a year and a half.  Former member Mike Weatherford, lead guitar also appears in some of the videos.  Thanks, Mike, for helping get us started.

One more member of the band that needs to be mentioned - sound man Stan Powell, Karmann's husband of over 30 years.  He makes sure the band has what it needs, get to where they are going on time,makes sure they sound great and actually is the one who keeps things running smoothly.  He is very much appreciated!

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You can reach us by e-mail at:  Fill out the form on the left side of this page above to be added to our mailing list.  You'll receive our newsletter that goes out about once a month.  You can also visit our "Gigs" page to which has information on each gig, including maps to each venue.  We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at a gig!

RIP, Howdy, the Karmann and Kompany band mascot.  You are greatly missed.