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West Fork, Arkansas, United States | SELF

West Fork, Arkansas, United States | SELF
Band Americana Singer/Songwriter


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By Dan MacIntosh Over a groove that includes guitar, bass, and drums with saxophone coloring, the lyric to "Baby Steps" talks about taking small paces when getting past a tough time in life. The vocal is a little bit spoken, which may remind you of Lou Reed. Except in this case, the singing is on key. There is also a fine female harmony. It's a nice, sparse, hopeful song. - Indie-music.com

Randy Covey, founding member of Waoka, has been playing and singing for over 30 years, starting in folk duos and acoustic sets. Influences include Neil Young, Ben Harper, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Robert Plant, and the Jayhawks. He met his wife Allyson in a local coffee house playing music and so it began. On his myspace page he also says he is a Public School Teacher, Singer songwriter, Artist, Woodworker,Actor, Archer, Knife maker, and Draftsman, among other talents and professions.

Their fun folk song 'Baby Steps' has managed to make it through the past two weeks of competition and advance to the final this week against Protocol.

Waoka 'Baby Steps'

Protocol is the band for Connecticut comedy duo Joe Messina and Ryan Merriam who go by the name Milton and The Duke.

Protocol 'Wall of Colors'
- Equal chance live journal


The first CD "Tainted Apples"

Baby Steps and Freeman Streaming on 5 differetn Internet radio stations



THey met at a coffee shop accoustic jam 4 years ago and now Waoka has won platinum top trophy from Uplaya, second place folk division of Show me the music contest, and currently finalist in make a star contest for their "fun" folk song "Baby Steps". They can currently be heard on 5 different internet radio stations.

They play beautiful melodies and fun toe tapping music along with intricate harmonies leaving folks begging for more. They have an appeal both young and old seem to enjoy bringing everyone together for family fun.
Randy has turned the poetry from his past into music with lyrics that tell stories and move your soul. His guitar style impresses all audiences and can be either a beautiful picking melody or a toe tapping riff to get your feet happy. THey have developed a new and unique sound with energy and a connection with listeners in thier live set building excitement that can't be ignored.
"We now feel like we are on the right path which is the meaning of our name "Way of Ka" (WaOka) We want to bring good clean music and entertainment to all who desire"