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Sojourn

Sojourn
Karmann and Kompany (Sojourn)
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My Feet Keep Walking
Karmann and Kompany (Sojourn)
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Up To My Biscuits In Gravy
Karmann and Kompany (Sojourn)
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Saguaro Moon
Karmann and Kompany (Sojourn)
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Just Be Who You Are
Karmann and Kompany (Sojourn)
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A sojourn is a place one stays temporarily while on a journey. It is also the title track of the first full-length CD by the award-winning band, Karmann and Kompany. The band consists of lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Karmann Powell. Joe Brokaw, one of the original members of the band, plays 5-string bass. Joe Stolpa plays acoustic and electric lead guitar. Drummer, Darrell Stackhouse, rounds out the band and provides a great rhythmic background. Currently residing in Scotland, band member-at-large John “Whiteboy” Walden, plays harmonica.


Beginning and ending with gospel songs, Karmann and Kompany's music takes the listener on a bit of a sojourn with a variety of styles, tempos and subject matters which represents the band's eclectic tastes, as well as their optimism and sense of humor.


What People Are Saying About Soj0urn

I smile when Karmann and Kompany plays.  Its not that she is my cousin and I’m proud of her.  I smile because I knew Karmann before.  The joy she once suppressed is now conspicuous.  Joy is who she is.  With her, I dance the waltz of memories.  I see the empty road that lead to backyard chickens.  The smell of biscuits and gravy flows from her in her love of life.  Her devotion to God lets her sing of the beauty of nature and her wonderful husband.  The sojourn of the wayfaring stranger has found home and family.  I invite you to be “who you are” and smile along. - Jo Helen Cox, Blogger, Author and Cousin
Just picked up my copy of Sojourn by Karmann and Kompany. Great CD full of uplifting melodies and positive messages. Karmann Powell really makes me smile with Back Yard Chickens and Up To My Biscuits in Gravy. My favorite is #9 In Flander's Field (which is such a great tribute) and #8 Small Town in Texas (knid of remind me of home). Wonderful work. I look forward to the band's next CD. - Paula Oliver, writer for the Black Canyon Bullet, posted on Facebook.