Hundred Year Flood is currently based out of the artist mecca of Santa Fe, NM; transplanted from the live music capital of the world, Austin, TX. They have played all over the western U.S., and have toured in Mexico. The members are Felecia Ford (voice and keys), Bill Palmer (guitar and voice), Jim Palmer (drums) and Kendra Lauman (bass). They play southern-fried roots rock that ranges from beautiful folk-rock ballads to gritty, politically saavy country punk; from stark darkness to a frenzied twang. Felecia Ford is a West Texas master of voice, who cut her teeth on Broadway show tunes and the big production theatrical stage, as well as the underground roots scene of Austin. Bill Palmer's songwriting and guitar playing is as steeped in shoegazer Brit-pop as it is in Texas country tradition and folk poetry. Bill's younger brother, Jim Palmer is powerful and nimble simultaneously with his unique drum style, inspired by African pop and American rock. Kendra Lauman roots the music to the ground with her thoughtful and solid bass approach. The band currently has three albums under it's belt: 2000's self-titled release, 2003's critically acclaimed "Flutterstrut", and 2004's "Cavalier" released on Frogville Records. They performed at the 2004 High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, CA, and have recently been attracting radio and press attention in Europe.
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