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MAILING LIST

 

 

TOUR

Monday, January 29th - Oxford Studies concert, Oxford College of Emory University

Saturday, April 21st -Wesleyan Storytelling Festival - True South: No Single Story - Wesleyan College Georgia

Thursday, April 26th - Jackson Preparatory School Visiting Writers Series, Jackson MS

Saturday, August 4th - concert at Laughing Heart Literary Festival, Hot Springs NC

Saturday, August 11th - private event

Saturday, September 1st - private event

 

 

 

 

 More tour dates HERE

 

Friday
Aug312012

FIVE STAR REVIEW FROM SONGLINES UK

Caroline loves England! Thanks to Songlines UK for a stunning review of Camilla, featured in this month's issue of Songlines Magazine. Caroline's Black Mountain Lullaby is also featured on their Top of the World bi-monthly album which accompanies the magazine. Songlines writes: "Full of imagination, historical matter and emotion, there's not a duff song here, and with beautifully lyrical performances throughout, Camilla looks to be an original folk classic." Read more at http://www.songlines.co.uk/index.php

Friday
Aug312012

PASTE MAGAZINE REVIEW - "BUILDING A CANON"

Tom Speed of PASTE Magazine has written an extraordinary review of Camilla."Folksinger Caroline Herring has quietly but steadily been building a canon. It began back with her debut record, Twilight, in 2001. From the start she received many accolades, including “Best New Artist” at SXSW. Since then, the praise has continued to come in droves for her five subsequent albums. Camilla continues this construction project with her now-trademark deft craftsmanship, stirring storytelling and timeless tales that reveal a songwriter whose gifts of keen observation are being honed more sharply with each outing. Here, with Camilla, we have again Herring the historian, the storyteller who excels at chronicling and mythologizing historical figures who might otherwise exist only on the fringes of American folklore. Her assured, haunting voice and the beauty of her melodies belie the weight of her topics..." Read more at http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2012/08/caroline-herring-camilla.html