About Lesley Grant
Lela Caro – Vocals
Originally from Georgia, Lesley Grant, a.k.a. Lela Caro has been singing professionally in the Bay Area for the last thirteen years. She was raised on contemporary gospel music, and began singing in the church at age 6. Her roots are deeply embedded in gospel and soul; and, as a creative songwriter, her original pieces are marked with unique lyrics and deeply soulful melodies.
From 2001 to 2013, Lela Caro was the front woman of Bay Area soul band London Street. They have opened for Ozomatli, John Legend and other major label artists, and were a staple in the Bay Area music scene.
Lela on soul music: Soul music, indicative of its beginning, like jazz, was birthed out of survival, gave a positive voice to the celebration and testimony of having made it over, and encouraged an expressive release of the strength and grace that carried us, that same inspiration that kept us alive, wrote those melodies on our hearts, and nurtures our freedom song. The truth of this song breaks all boundaries and borders.” She remains committed to the dream.
The Raconteurs added a handful of dates to their upcoming fall tour of North America.
The Avett Brothers confirmed six new November 2019 tour dates.
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros confirmed a series of tour dates leading up to a festival appearance in September.
The 2019 Grand Point North lineup has been expanded with the addition of Gov’t Mule and a Warren Haynes & Grace Potter acoustic set.
Legendary artists Neil Young and Bob Dylan dueted for the first time in 25 years last night at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny, Ireland where the pair performed “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”