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Folk: Edie Carey

BIOGRAPHY
Edie Carey began her musical career over twenty years ago when she stuck her two-year-old head between the green, sticky seats of her baby-sitter Grace's car and belted out "Love lift us up where we belong." In the years since, Carey has attempted Aretha, growled to Sam and Dave, and even embraced her puritan side as a singing Hester Prynne, but somewhere around fifteen she accidentally fell into the world of folk music. However, though she may consider folk her real home, she has never abandoned her varied musical influences. Someone once told her she had "white girl soul." Carey was selected from over 400 applicants to perform for 18,000 people....the headliner, Ani DiFranco. When she was nominated for a GLAMA award, she was again paired with DiFranco. Whether performing on festival stages such as The Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, or unplugged in college coffeehouses such as Columbia's Postcrypt, Carey gets intimate with her audiences, engaging them in her own unique version of Truth or Dare. "She effortlessly lures people into her musical spell," said Fred Nelson of Entertainment Weekly, "and then she continues to entrance when the music stops." Carey is presently at work on her second album.

DISCOGRAPHY
Call Me Home, 2000
The Falling Places, 1998

ESTROGEN REVIEWS
FEATURED SONGS
Margaret (Live)
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Description: Recorded live in 1999 at The Somerville Theater in Massachusetts.

Album: The Falling Places
Credits: Written and performed by Edie Carey
Copyright 1998 Accidental Poet Productions

Lean Into Me (Live)
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Description: Also recorded at The Somerville Theater.

Album: The Falling Places
Credits: Written and performed by Edie Carey
Copyright 1998 Accidental Poet Productions

Accidental Poet (Live)
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Description: Recorded live at Ike's Place at The University of St. Louis.

Album: The Falling Places
Credits: Written and performed by Edie Carey
Copyright 1998 Accidental Poet Productions

Edie Carey
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EMAIL BAND
Contact Information:

Asbell-Baker
Artist Management

Box 231505, Ansonia Sta.
New York, NY
10023
USA

Ph. 212-579-0488
Fax (208) 730-6828



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