Catie Curtis

Maybe we could dispense with all that  TYOTW and call 2008, instead, TYOCC - The Year Of Catie Curtis. Any takers?

Fred Mills

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Quando dieci anni fa Catie Curtis, cantautrice con base a Boston, debutt con Truth From Lies la critica non manc di sottolineare le grandi potenzialit del suo cantautorato arrivando a definirla, in modo forse un po' improbabile, come una versione al femminile di Tom Petty.

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...she's one of the best singer-songwriters recording today.

Shauna Swartz

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Boston-based singer-songwriter Catie Curtis deserves to be better
known. That's what bubbled in my head after her uplifting concert Saturday night in Sacred Heart Music Center.  On a February night within the confines of an old cathedral, Curtis lit up Duluth and left many in the audience longing for a return visit.

John Ziegler

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"Hello, Stranger" is a beautiful album. I can't stop playing it. Charming, warm, intimate. Beautiful vocals, beautiful playing. And once more I'd like to applaud Garry West for an immaculate production.

Evert Wilbrink

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(producer) Entress has skilfully fashioned and burnished a classic Catie Curtis song collection.

Arthur Wood

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With a clear, deceptively gentle voice, she can turn on a dime and thrill  the listener with unforeseen power and emotion.

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There's a sophisticated simplicity about Curtis's singing and songwriting that brings to mind Suzanne Vega.

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accessible, socially conscious songwriting and gorgeous voice

Sue Bell

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Folk-rock goddess

The New Yorker

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Seventeen caught up with singer/songwriter Catie Curtis, whose songs have been featured on TV shows including Desperate Housewives and Alias, as she gets ready to release her ninth album, Sweet Life. She's also in the midst of the launch of her new charity initiative, "Aspire to Inspire"!

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Any fool can write a love-gone wrong song; it takes a real genius to write a love-gone-right one. No urban songwriter does that better than Curtis.

Scott Alarik BOSTON GLOBE

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