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Carrie Catherine

Carrie Catherine

Carrie Catherine


Imagine an audience mesmerized by a smooth, soulful song emanating from the stage—Carrie Catherine can give even a stadium candlelit intimacy. As the beat intensifies, they dig into the song—toes tapping, shoulders swaying, heads nodding. The poetic lyrics and sassy songwriting keep them hanging on every word. Carrie Catherine dances and sways with her guitar, her left leg kicking up dramatically when she breaks into the chorus. This sexy, soulful refrain will repeat in their heads for the rest of the night. Read more on Last.fm
Imagine an audience mesmerized by a smooth, soulful song emanating from the stage—Carrie Catherine can give even a stadium candlelit intimacy. As the beat intensifies, they dig into the song—toes tapping, shoulders swaying, heads nodding. The poetic lyrics and sassy songwriting keep them hanging on every word. Carrie Catherine dances and sways with her guitar, her left leg kicking up dramatically when she breaks into the chorus.

This sexy, soulful refrain will repeat in their heads for the rest of the night. This is the sound of “green-eyed soul”. ABOUT CARRIE CATHERINE Carrie Catherine’s vivid imagery and storytelling come alive on her latest album Green-eyed Soul, which will be released in April 2007. For this project, Carrie partnered with Don Kerr (Ron Sexsmith, Hidden Cameras, Peter Elkas) whose production and performance infuses the songs with an inviting and unique groove. Green-eyed Soul is Carrie’s third album, following her 2005 release Venus Envy. Produced by John MacArthur Ellis (Jeremy Fisher, The Be Good Tanyas, Barney Bentall) the album was branded “arguably the best Saskatchewan independent release of 2005” (Gerry Krochak, Regina Leader Post).

Carrie’s first release Out the Car Window (June 2003) also received significant acclaim, being featured twice on Joan of Arcadia, as well as the new television series Beautiful People. THE BUZZ “Horachek, to be perfectly honest, was amazing. She exceeded all of my expectations, and delivered a quality show that left everyone wanting more.” (Shannon Boklaschuk, The Star Phoenix) “Venus Envy is the kind of disc Liz Phair used to make before she started churning out Clear Channel crap. And you’ve just gotta dig anyone who’s not only got the guts to cover the Supremes’ “Baby Love” but also be able to pull it off with style and sass.” (Al Brooks, Monday magazine) “A confident entertainer, the tiny musician commands a stage like a cabaret figure, working the room from behind an enormous guitar like a prairie version of Eartha Kitt, with a voice that seems a cross between the stylings of ’50s girl groups and vintage country chanteuses.” (Christa O’Keefe, SEE) Read more on Last.fm.

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