Woodsongs

Caroline Herring And SHEL

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CAROLINE HERRING has established herself as a lyrical and inventive songwriter and a singer whose vocals never fail to move the listener with her high trills and rich vibrato. The Mississippi native, now based in Atlanta, has been compared to Lucinda Williams, Joan Baez, and even Mozart. Although the comparisons are nice (and hold water) the truth is that she has her own signature sound that comes to full manifestation on Camilla, hew new career-defining record on Signature Sounds. SHEL is comprised of four sisters ages 18-24 who are classically trained and home-schooled-the band name is an acronym for their first names. Growing up in a musical household encouraged by their father, a respected local Ft. Collins, Colorado musician, they first appeared on stage as his backing band. SHEL has been performing since 2005 and graced the stages of Lilith Fair, International Folk Alliance, Music City Roots, and South by Southwest. The self-titled effort is the group's first full-length studio album.
 

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