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Torch Song (SST Studio Session / Single)

J.S. Ondara

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Torch Song (SST Studio Session)
J.S. Ondara
4:29
Total Playing Time    4:29
"Torch Song, [J.S. Ondara]'s latest single to date, which is taken from his highly-anticipated debut album, Tales of America, is a poignant ode to a lost love. The idea of a torch song, a sentimental note to unrequited love, is a musical staple that stretches back as far as music itself. However, when Ondara lends his emotionally-laden vocal prowess to the subject matter, the deeply sentimental tale as old as time takes on a newfound life. Torch Song is rife with the wisdom and pain of an old soul. This is timeless songwriting at its finest."
- Ones To Watch

Growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, and raised on a healthy dose American alternative rock, J.S. Ondara moved to the US in 2014 to pave forth a path for himself in Minneapolis’ historic local music scene. Now, much like his role model and fellow Minnesotan, Bob Dylan, Ondara is weaving together a rich lyrical tapestry. His upcoming debut album Tales of America tells a unique tale of the American Dream.
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