"Orlando, The City Beautiful."
Yes, it's grammatically correct. What's the name? Anastrophe? Hyperbaton? My grammar is rusty. It's basically the figure of speech where you change the natural order of words.
It was a beautiful day indeed at the Indie-Folkfest at the Mennello Museum of American Art in Downtown Orlando. There were six artists on schedule to perform that day, but I only had the chance to see soul singer Kaleigh Baker. And I'm glad I had the chance.
I enjoyed the whole set, but her rendition of Tom Waits' Dead and Lovely that day was simply perfect.
There are no orders to transpose or change in Kaleigh's music. Follow the links below and enjoy. Unique is her voice.