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Catie Curtis Performs At Club Passim

By Charlotte Robinson, January 03, 2020
Folk rock singer & songwriter Catie Curtis will perform “Post-Holiday Revelry” at Club Passim in Cambridge Massachusetts on January 7th at 8P. Curtis combines insightful lyrics with addictive melodies & energy. Curtis will be performing with Elana Arian & Rose Polenzani Drozek. Catie stated, “Come for some post-Christmas levity & solace in the form of wintery songs & my songs with Elana's fiddle playing & luscious harmonies.” Besides her vivid songwriting Catie’s studio work, engaging live shows & impressive touring career in the US & Europe has earn rave reviews & wide recognition. Curtis’s songs have been featured on Dawson’s Creek, Felicity, Alias, Chicago Hope & Grey’s Anatomy as well as in several independent films. She’s toured with Dar Williams, Mary Chapin Carpenter & as part of Lilith Fair. Catie was named grand prize winner of the International Songwriting Competition for her song “People Look Around” that was co-written with Mark Erelli from a field of 15,000 entries from 82 countries. The song appeared on Long Night Moon on Compass Records an intricate work of stripped down modern folk. Catie Curtis released the critically acclaimed "Sweet Life" her ninth recording in 2008 & throughout the fall of 2008 & the beginning of 2009 Curtis toured Sweet Life beginning a youth music endowment “Aspire to Inspire” giving away guitars to underprivileged youth. In January 2009 Curtis performed at the Human Rights Campaign’s official Obama inaugural ball. Currently Curtis is Program Manager at Greater Boston PFLAG. Tickets are $30 for the Club Passim performance on January 7th at 8P.
For More Info & TIX: passim.org
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