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Caitlin Canty, "Get Up"

Caitlin Canty, "Get Up"

Caitlin Canty straddles a few lines: folk and bluegrass, country and rock. She put out "Get Up," a tense, ghostly cross-section of her influences in anticipation of the January 20th release date of her third full-length album "Reckless Skyline." Canty's history of collaboration has lead her to cull a band comprised of members from Morphine, Booker T, Satellite and Ray Lamontagne's Pariah Dogs. This team was so white-hot in their chemistry that it took only four days to record. Canty is bottling lightning by taking the same band on the road with her as she tours to support "Reckless Sky." She's in Europe right now, but returns for a Northeast tour in January, with more dates to be added, hopefully a show in her part-time homebase of Music City is in the works. -Terra James-Jura

Published: December 08, 2014 |

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