Her attraction to the limelight was initially what sparked this exciting venture when she realised that every time she performed at the piano, every time she sang her songs, she would be smothered with attention…. which in her mind is a very good thing! And as her mother once pointed out, if she started reacting to music even before she was born, then what's to stop her now?! Indeed, Carrie does not intend to let anything get in the way of her music career. She has just recently finished working on her debut EP which needless to say makes her so excited. This is where the magical journey really begins.
So many years have been spent on developing this particular style, which was inspired by amazing artists such as Radiohead, early Goldfrapp, Tori Amos, Jeff Buckley, Kate Nash, Regina Spektor, The Cardigans, Franz Ferdinand, Bjork, Fiona Apple, Muse, Kate Bush and many more. Carrie can't wait any longer to perform her music on that magical stage she adores so much. Nor can she wait for the recognition she believes her music deserves. With little effort Carrie has already succeeded in attracting the attention of several promoters and has found herself singing to huge crowds at the YMCA Bob Geldof concert as well as at Sting's afterparty, both held in Malta. Other performances include the Europavox festival in France, a performance in Ragusa, Sicily, and several local festivals including the greatly anticipated 10th Anniversary of Teatru Unplugged at the Manuel Theatre, the Farsons Beer Festival, the Bay Music Awards and the Xfm music festival featuring Bob Sinclar as well as Malta's finest acts.
No doubt that once the album is finished people will be seeing a lot more of her. Shaun Grech, writer for the local magazine Life & Style, spoke of Carrie as "gifted with an amazing vocal range and mature song-writing and piano playing skills" and "destined for success beyond our shores". Now leave it to the album to prove him right! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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