Eileen Carey, singer songwriter, has a single out from the album called ‘Bottle Your Crazy Up’. Here we have a two-time Los Angeles Music Award winner, a South Bay (L.A.) Music Award recipient.
She was called one of Los Angeles’s Top 10 Female Musicians by CBS LA in 2013. Since then Carey has not disappointed.
Her current album, her fourth career release, has had three chart singles. The second, ‘Bottle Your Crazy Up topped all the New Music Weekly Country Charts. This resulted in a NMW nomination as Female Country Artist of the Year; along with the A-list Women Of Country Music 2015.
Eileen Carey – Singer Songwriter California
“Eileen is a singer-songwriter-vocalist in the Pop-Country genre who has emerged over the last few years as both an accomplished storyteller and effective, appealing stylist, while making music that deftly combines country influences with pop arrangements. Her songs also offer distinct, prominent messages about personal empowerment and emotional fulfilment. ” – Ron Wynn, Nashville Music Guide.
Country Pop Artist Eileen performed at The Rose in Pasadena opening for Martha Davis and The Motels on Saturday December 22, 2018 – ringing in the holiday season with Eileen and her full band in town. A guaranteed sellout, this show promised to highlight all of the fantastic songs that singer songwriter Eileen has to offer.
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Being a huge fan of Martha Davis and the Motels you can hear Eileen’s incredible cover of Martha Davis’ “Only The Lonely” on her “Let It Go” CD. She considers Martha Davis and the Motel one of her major musical influences.
This was a very special night for Eileen and her fans, with Eileen singing her single; “That Town”, which has been a certified # 1 single, at New Music Weekly – Country Main Charts and Country Internet Charts.
Her just released new single “Anything That Reminds Me of You” has tucked itself up into their top 20 within weeks of its release.
Eileen Carey recently came back from Las Vegas where she received the The Producer Choice Honours at the Hard Rock Live on the Vegas Strip. She performed on December 3 & 4 at The Sync Summit at Avalon in Hollywood.
Eileen Carey is a proven hit maker who has charmed and delighted audiences with such musical slices-of-life as “Good Bad Girl,” “Bottle Your Crazy Up,” “Bring on the Big,” “Let It Go,” “In The Air,” “Faith” and “Sweet Love.” Her vocal prowess is like no other. With her clear crisp smoky nuances, her individual groove has separated her away from the pack.
The Cleveland, Ohio native now lives in Los Angeles where Eileen Carey has become a fixture in the city’s bubbling music scene. She was named Los Angeles Music Awards “Live Country Performer” in 2017. In 2018 New Music Weekly voted Eileen it’s “Breakthrough Country Artist of the Year” which followed her 2017 crowning of their “Crossover Artist of the Year.” In April 2018 Eileen was awarded “Country Female Solo Artist of the Year” by the Las Vegas Producers Choice Honours event held at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas. Eileen also performs regularly in Nashville at world-famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Rippy’s and Honky Tonk Central.
Eileen Carey writes the popular “Music Mom” advice blog. “The world is filled with ups and downs,” she says of her blog’s mission, “so I want to help people see things in a more positive light and find a better place in their lives.”
With so many ongoing accolades Eileen will entertain you and take you through her journey that only a songstress of her calibre can do. She is passionate about her music and helping her listeners overcome obstacles, especially the women. Hope you enjoyed the holiday splendour and saw what the buzz is all about at The Rose in Pasadena, 245 E. Green Street, Pasadena, CA. 9110.
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