"Remember when you first heard John Moreland’s High on Tulsa Heat in 2015 and it made you ugly-cry every time you listened for its deeply personal, detailed songwriting and his heartbreakingly genuine voice? You may have the same reaction to the new record, Spades and Roses, from Caroline Spence. "
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"If Courtney Marie Andrews laid down a hand of three kings when releasing her album in the UK at the start of this year, Caroline Spence, by unwrapping the gem that is SPADES & ROSES, has responded with a trio of aces."
- Three Chords and the Truth UK
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""Her airy twang recalls the angelic hurt of The Innocence Mission's Karen Peris, offering a soft blow to the quiet and intricate songs of heartbreak that hit harder on the second go-around. If the deft and delicate Spades & Roses is any indication, Spence is one to follow. After a long night, "Hotel Amarillo" is an audible swig of red..."
- Lars Gotrich, NPR Music
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"Slow Dancer" beats to a delicate waltz, evoking the country quiver of Emmylou Harris circa Pieces in the Sky with her own unique, breathy breaks and the sharp combination of spiraling electric guitar and strings courtesy of Grand Ole Opry fiddler Eamon McLoughlin..." - ROLLING STONE
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Miranda Lambert posted on all of her social media sites that she was listening to "Last Call" from Caroline's record "Somehow." Lambert thanked Anderson East, who engineered and sang harmonies on the record, for introducing her to Caroline's music.
Since then "Last Call" was also including in Miranda Lambert's "Tuesday Takeover" on Billboard's Spotify channel and included in a playlist of songs that Lambert said was the soundtrack for her "Keeper of the Flame" tour. Check out the full article and playlist HERE
Caroline will be performing at the 7th Annual 30A Songwriter's Festival, which is held from January 15-17, 2016. The festival, held in venues along the scenic Highway 30A in Florida's South Walton County, will feature headline performances from esteemed artists Jackson Browne, Grace Potter, Shovels and Rope, Matraca Berg, and Gretchen Peters.
Tickets and information: http://www.30asongwritersfestival.com
Caroline has been selected to showcase at this year's AmericanaFest. This yearly conference and festival put on my the Americana Music Association features the best of the best in Americana talent, both established and rising. Caroline will be performing on Friday, September 18th at 11 PM at The Listening Room Cafe. Wristbands for the festival can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/Americanafest2015.
The folks at CMT had Caroline in to tape a CMT Edge Live Session for her song "Whiskey Watered Down."
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