- 12/19/13 Caitlin Canty in Cambridge, MA at Club Passim Buy tickets
- 01/03/14 Caitlin Canty in Burlington, VT at Skinny Pancake
- 01/04/14 Caitlin Canty in Brandon, VT at Brandon Music Cafe
- 01/11/14 Caitlin Canty in Brownfield, ME at Stone Mountain Arts Center
- 01/12/14 Caitlin Canty in Northampton, MA at Parlor Room
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Caitlin is making a record. Produced by Jeffrey Foucault, the full-length album will cook this winter and release in 2014. Caitlin will play only a handful of shows this fall, highlights include Peter Mulvey’s Lamplighter at Passim, a cobill withaaa
Caitlin hits the road with labelmates Barnaby Bright for a run of cobill shows from Pennsylvania to Maine starting in June. Check the tour page for full details.
Caitlin will play every Tuesday in March at 8pm at Rockwood Music Hall on the lower east side of Manhattan. Each week features a new lineup – a rotating door of mesmerizing players to include; fiddler Rob Hecht, guitarist Richaaa
Authenticity always stands out, and Canty has that in spades. Her songs are honest — confessional, at times — and her persona is not contrived. “I’m annoyingly myself,” she says. She notes that folk music in its truest form is an attempt to “get to something authentic,” to make something that resonates.
Eventually, her desire to play pulled her away from her day job. “I couldn’t think of not doing music anymore,” she says. “I thought I’d die.” She acknowledges the hyperbole, but it doesn’t diminish the sentiment.
I’m touring Vermont and kicking off 2013 with Harris Paseltiner (cello, electric guitar) of Darlingside. Come catch us in Burlington, Rutland, Montpelier and Brandon. All show info is at the Tour page. I’ll also be in Cambridge, MA opening foraaa
“A graceful, sophisticated recording, with elements of dark Americana and folk flirting with a mature almost-but-not-quite jazz ambience – almost as if Daniel Lanois were manning the desk.”
“Still Here” provides the perfect launch, its haunting mood, lyrical prowess, melody and barbs combine beautifully – it’s late night listening for nights you wish would never end. “Shoot Trouble” instills Southern Gothic edginess.”
“Her band get it just right throughout “Golden Hour” adding layers of atmosphere and dusky musical tension rather than showy solos.”
“draws you in with beautiful simplicity”
“Canty’s lyrical insight is razor sharp. The imagery in her songs is so rich that you can smell the diesel fuel, feel the rain on your cheeks, and see the sun reflecting off the snow.”
NEW ALBUM FROM CAITLIN CANTY (October 2, 2012 release) Golden Hour was recorded in Portland, Maine during a few freezing days in January. With ten original songs and one cover, Golden Hour blends Canty’s folk-pop roots with a Western tone.aaa
“the perfect soundtrack to a long lonely drive or a road trip with friends”
“hauntingly beautiful voice”