Seela Misra‘s singing is powerful but vulnerable, yearning but confident, pulled from some deep place in a beautiful soul. Marry that voice with her compelling songwriting and you have another rising star in Austin.
She has a respected and growing body of solo work. She plays the El Mercado on Sundays with the Purgatory Players, and has worked with folks like the late Ian McLagan, Matt The Electrician, Tom Freund, Freedy Johnston and Ephraim Owens, as well as Austin bands Whammo and TOrcH.
Catch Seela for some gritty, lovely comfort.