• New Orleans!

    New Music by Serabee!

     

     

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    That Woman

    Give up on Me

    Church on Sunday

    Try it Together

    Humble Pie

    Half Naked

    Waste of Whisky

    You Broke My Heart

    Water Under the Bridge

    Hard Pill

  • Serabee Wishes You a Merry “New Orleans” Christmas!

    Her new song and video are out this week!   

    Take a stroll through the CrescentCity as she wishes you a wonderful Christmas Time 

    “I hope it will truly bring family and friends together throughout the season and
    inspire a longing for all things nostalgic and give comfort to anyone feeling
    displaced.” - Serabee
     

     

     

     

    Written on the plane from Miami, on her way back to New Orleans, Sera felt being out of town gave her the energy to come home and finish Hummingbird Tea (out on 10/14). She had gotten a new lease on life after being cooped up for a couple of years due to the Covid pandemic.

     

    “New Orleans” is a homecoming song as she pines for the NOLA culture that is unique with its food, sounds, smells, and people. The original words are about Mardi Gras, but Sera felt it could also be a holiday song. So, with a little bit of songwriting magic, she tweaked it a bit to acknowledge the holiday season. 

     

    The video shows off The Big Easy as Serawalks down the city’s fabled streets – Canal – Frenchmen, and Bourbon – reflecting on her friends, her music, and what the holidays mean. The video shows many recognizable locations: St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, and a meet-up with her friends at a local bar.

     

    Sera wanted to give her localfans and family something special for the holidays as she felt this song should bring people back together, maybe those who had lost touch, or get the festivities up and celebrating. So put another log on the fire in the fireplace, pour a cup of egg nog, and turn up “New Orleans” to bring holiday cheer to all.  

     

    To watch the video: https://youtu.be/ZNa37sPCM9I 

     

    Video production credits go to Jorge Crespo, produced by Meagan Ginter with executive producer B.J.Bennett.  

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    Sera wanted to give her localfans and family something special for the holidays as she felt this song should bring people back together, maybe those who had lost touch, or get the festivities up and celebrating. So put another log on the fire in the fireplace, pour a cup of egg nog, and turn up “New Orleans” to bring holiday cheer to all.  

     

    Watch the video here

     

    Video production credits go to Jorge Crespo, produced by Meagan Ginter with executive producer B.J.Bennett.  

     

    Rabadash Records recording artistsinger-songwriter Serabee combines the vibrance of New Orleans with the holiday season with her new song “New Orleans,” out on 12/16. The song was recorded at Rabadash Studios with legendary drummer Russell Batiste, his Uncle bass player MichaelBatiste (Jon Batiste’s father), and Dave Easley (Ruthie Foster, Shannon
    McNally) on pedal steel guitar.

     

    Other players that lent their talents are Mark Levron, Joe Krown, and a male-voiced quartet featuring RussellBatiste, Anthony Rejiv, Charles Carter, and Michael Batiste, giving it that soulful and gospel feel. Recorded in one take with Marc Hewitt producing, Sera feels this song will bring people together and hasbecome a new favorite in the setlist during her live shows. 

     

    Rabadash Records recording artistsinger-songwriter Serabee combines the vibrance of New Orleans with the holiday season with her new song “New Orleans,” out on 12/16. The song was recorded at Rabadash Studios with legendary drummer Russell Batiste, his Uncle bass player MichaelBatiste (Jon Batiste’s father), and Dave Easley (Ruthie Foster, Shannon
    McNally) on pedal steel guitar.

     

    Other players that lent their talents are Mark Levron, Joe Krown, and a male-voiced quartet featuring RussellBatiste, Anthony Rejiv, Charles Carter, and Michael Batiste, giving it that soulful and gospel feel. Recorded in one take with Marc Hewitt producing, Sera feels this song will bring people together and hasbecome a new favorite in the setlist during her live shows. 

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  • What the fans are saying...

    Mark R.

    Serabee is sooo good. Especially if you have family in from out of town, go to Mosaic for drinks, food, pre-holiday hang/chill and I guarantee you'll have special memories. Serabee is also beautiful. Besides singing her a** off, her piano playing is smokin’. I sometimes wonder if Sera is the love child of Professor Longhair and Etta James.

    Savana R.

    I love your music and voice so much that I've practically worn out your CD! And this new song, This Christmas, just made me cry with emotion. It is so damn great! Thank you for being in my life. I can't wait for your next release!

    John Autin

    Rabadash Entertainment

    The first time I heard Serabee she made me believe in Music again. She takes me to new places I’ve never been every time I hear her sing.

    Lorie W.

    I saw Serabee last night....not only the singer of one of my favorite songs but also someone that I loved on the Voice! It’s gonna take me awhile to come back down to Earth after last night! Thank you, Sera for making this weekend so memorable!

    Todd P.

    Serabee it is hard to believe how talented you are! I love watching you in a large theatre, but at the same time you're so humble when you sing and entertain on my back porch. Love you always !!!

    Selwyn M.

    Went to see the lovely Serabee last night at the Main Room in the Beau Rivage in Biloxi. It was a special evening and a great hang with Sera, Jim Bateman and Anthony T. Gibson. Good people, Good Times.

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