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"Intrepid Souls @ RedLight Cafe'"

Intrepid Souls music was smooth and seamless, but also hard-hitting and imaginative. They jammed, but they had a point. They didn't play a single cover song.

The best I can do is to say that they were equal parts folk, alternative and mid-seventies Atlanta Rhythm Section on that band's best night. Yvette won the crowd with her vocals and keyboard mastery, but the band still felt like an ensemble. Guitarist and new member Kenny Marchman was dead-on, and he wore one of the oldest UGA hats outside of Athens. Drummer Kevin Mowen locked in with former Funky Bluester bass player Foster Barnes. Foster held down the pocket and sang great harmonies.

Other bands played that night and later on, was joined on stage by who else? Yvette. Everyone wanted Yvette to sing with their band.

- Andy Shaughnessy


The word “intrepid” means bold, courageous and spirited; and the music of Intrepid Souls is just that. The group has a sweet southern sound, packed with super funk that keeps the audience completely entertained. The harmonious smoothness that exists creates soulful sounds that are unique and refreshing, setting them into a musical genre all their own.
Their laid-back style and professionalism make them an ideal band to book for almost any occasion.
Miranda Roberts, CMP
City of Stockbridge Merle Manders Conference Center

- Miranda Roberts


Solo Piano CD /Unfinished Life/Released March 2006



Born June 22, in a rural South Georgia town, Yvette's childhood home was located directly across the street from the local honky-Tonk and pool hall, where every evening, starting about five o'clock, she would hear country and western, and other popular music styles of the day leaping from the jukebox within. So the dream began. At an early age she began to imitate many of the singers and practicing stage routines. Yvette started performing for friends and family members alike. Soon after she began singing in her church, local talent contest, school chorus, weddings and private parties. While developing a love for piano, Yvette found she had an aptitude for composing songs.

As was the fashion for young girls in her town at the time, Yvette married and began a family, putting away, but never forgetting, her dreams of, some day, recording and performing her own songs.

Many years passed before Yvette once again had the chance to pursue her dreams. And so, in 2002, with home made and children raised, she headed to the woodshed to polish her piano and vocal skills. Nearly a year later, she formed the "Intrepid Souls" with two other likeminded and gifted songwriters. Taking a hiatus from the "Souls" in 2004, she spent the last year on an internationally reaching tour singing with the Celtic rock band "Keltic Kudzu".

Since then Yvette has devoted much of her time to working on her own solo project, with a CD expected to be released in March 2006.

In December of 2005 Yvette started bringing other members into the circle of her music.
It has been exciting to see such a talented group of people work so well together and as a whole the band looks forward to many great successes in the future.

Decatur Arts Festival
Red Light Cafe'
PJ O'Briens Pub (Toronto Canada)
Senoia Coffee House
Cambridge Coffee Shop
Henry Arts Festival
Cotton Pickin' Fair
Higher Grounds Coffee Shop
Irish Cellar
Celtic Sounds Music Festival (Toronto Canada)
Apple Festival
Jekyll & Hydes Bar and Grill
Cherry Blossom Festival
Tara Thai (Private Party)
Atlanta Celtic Festival