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Status as of June 2019: Active

RISE is the stage name for Jo Beth Young, who has released a prior album and EP as TALITHA RISE. The original name came from the bible, when Jesus revived a child with those words, essentially translating to Child, wake up!. TALITHA RISE has also been used as the name of the collaboration between Young and co-writer and performer Martyn Barker (of SHRIEKBACK and ROBERT PLANT fame).

RISE's style is a blend of British Isles folk, psych and world music, particularly from the Middle East. Her songs tend to be gentle, spiritual, and introspective, inviting comparisons to STEVIE NICKS, SARAH MCLACHLAN, LOREENA MCKENNITT, and NICK DRAKE, but with a more progressive aspect like SHINE DION, or KATE BUSH meets PINK FLOYD.

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