Ginny Kincaid
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Ginny Kincaid

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Discography

Every Song - 2004 (available on iTunes and CD Baby)

Singles:
On My Side
Mystery
One-Word Answers

Self-titled - 2003 (acoustic album)

Singles:
House of Broken Spirits
Middle of Nowhere

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“Truly spectacular.”

“Sensual and pure.”

“Is there anything she can’t do well?”

These are some of our favorite quotes that we’ve heard describing Ginny Kincaid, the songstress who fronts the folk-rock trio, Pictures of Serenity.

The folk-rock trio, Pictures of Serenity (PoS), is the perfect blend of emotion and groove. Ginny Kincaid dishes out personal, yet seducing, lyrics on a blanket of bi-polar acoustic guitar work. Ian Burns' unique style of bass playing mixes jazz and funk to create tasteful counter-melodies and contagious “move it if ya got it” sass. Rounding out the trio is Josh Doyle who learned how to play the radio from his father but eventually moved on to playing the drums.

By the age of sixteen Ginny had written and recorded two albums worth of songs with Pictures of Serenity, including PoS’ debut self-titled release (which sold over 300 copies within the first six months). PoS returned to the studio to record their follow-up album “Every Song”. Now available!

Although Pictures of Serenity mainly perform original material, their ‘songs of homage’ span over three decades. PoS’s live show is peppered with songs ranging from a funk-rock translation of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” to a pseudo-reggae version of Led Zeppelin’s “Dyer Maker” to a straight up sing-a-long jam of Sublime’s “What I Got”, creating a truly eclectic musical experience.