Carry Me Home



Carry Me Home is the 3rd and most defining album from the SF West Coast Folk/Almost Country band, The Lady Crooners. The album heavily accentuates wall of sound sibling harmonies in a raucous, joyful tribute to love, life, and honest living.


The Lady Crooners are:
Nadia Krilanovich – Lead Vocals
Joseph Krilanovich – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Megan Krilanovich – Vocals
Kevin Conness – Electric Guitar, Percussion, Vocals (Sara, Remember Me)
Jason Braatz – Bass, Vocals (Sara)
John Smart – Drums, Mandolin, Percussion, Additional Guitars, Vocals (Sara, Sweetheart)
Also Featuring:
Andrew Laubacher – Percussion (Remember Me)
Carl Wheeler – Hammond Organ (Lonely, Alive)
Lyrics by Nadia Krilanovich
Music by Nadia Krilanovich, John Smart, Joseph Krilanovich
All arrangements by The Lady Crooners
Produced by John Smart
Associate Producers: Nadia Krilanovich, Stephen Jarvis
All songs copyright ©The Lady Crooners, 2015
Drums and Bass recorded by Gabe Shepard at 25th Street Recording, Oakland, CA
Organ recorded by John Smart at FM Recorders, Oakland, CA
All other tracks recorded by John Smart at Airship Laboratories, Richmond, CA
Mixed by John Smart at Area 51, Richmond, CA
Mastered by Brian Lucey
Equipment provided by Jarvis Audio Rentals
Photography by Chris M. Howard –
Thanks: Sophia Revelli, Chris Howard, Nathaniel Kohfield, Gabe Shepard, Scott Bergstrom, Dave Lichtenstein, Carl Wheeler, Travis Andrews, Tom Rhodes, Neil Godbole, and especially Vikrum Nijjar
The Lady Crooners would like to extend a special thank you to our families and to Stephen Jarvis, gentleman, champion, and benefactor.
For true love: honest, profound, and joyful.
No pitch correction of any kind was used on this record. What we performed is what you get: authentic, darn good music.


The Surface



Beautiful, haunting, heartbreaking with a prevailing sense of hope, THE SURFACE is the second album from The Lady Crooners featuring siblings Nadia and Joseph Krilanovich in collaboration with fellow Bay Area Musicians, Andrew Blair, Ross Warner, and Brett Cohune. Released June 2013, the album captures the folk pop/’almost country’ timelessness of The Lady Crooners as they harmonize through original ballads and boot-stomping, unforgettable tunes. This is authentic, darn good music.


Nadia Krilanovich – lead vocals

Joseph Krilanovich – vocals, guitar

Andrew Blair – vocals, guitar

Ross Warner – lead guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, slide guitar

Brett Cohune – bass, piano

Graham Roggli – drums, percussion

Recorded and Mixed by John Smart

Assistant Engineer Scott Bergstrom

Mastered by John Schimpf

Recorded, mixed, and mastered at

25th Street Recording, Oakland, CA

Photography –

Layout & Design – Joseph Krilanovich

  1. Mercy

The Lady Crooners

2012 Self-Titled EP


What was meant to be a mighty fine demo became, THE LADY CROONERS, the 2012 breakout album from siblings Nadia and Joseph Krilanovich in collaboration with Aussie lead guitarist, Andrew (Kep) Keppie. The album features, “Two Become One” from quite possibly the sweetest music video ever made and is a wonderful acoustic collection of the original songs that shaped the band. This is authentic, darn good music.


Nadia Krilanovich—vocals, M.O.U.

Joseph Krilanovich—guitar, vocals, percussion, design

Andrew (kep) Keppie—lead guitar, vocals, percussion, bass

Additional percussion by Paul Turpin on “Mongrel Sons”

Recorded & Engineered by Paul Turpin, Bayside Recording, Bellingham, WA

Mastered by Charles Benson

Design by Joseph Krilanovich