Carey Farrell

Carey Farrell

 Chicago, Illinois, USA
BandFolkSinger/Songwriter

quirky folky goodness

Biography

Carey Farrell likes to sing. Sometimes, she sings her own songs, about kindergarten romance and grocery store girls and asparagus. Sometimes, she sings songs by other people, like Joni Mitchell and the Monkees and David Bowie. And sometimes, she just likes to sing about the wheels on the bus, and how they go round and round, round and round, all thru the town.

Carey likes to sing for big people, small people, and all the people in between. And she will sing anywhere she can. No, really, just about anywhere, as long as people will be nice to her and listen--coffeehouses, churches, farmer's markets, birthday parties, street corners, living rooms, festival campsites, you name it. Maybe you would like Carey to sing for you sometime. I bet she'd be happy to do it, and I should know.

Discography

Steel String Blessings (releasing in 2010)
Not Since The Shaggs (2004)

Set List

Originals include:
Bad Poetry
Boy Wonder
Brand-New Morning
Emily
Even the Shadows
Folie à Deux
In The Dark
Kindergarten Boyfriend
Little Piece of Home
Love Comma Love
Song for Katryna
Step Offstage
The Only Town
Time For Stories
Two Days Later
Wegman’s Girl

Covers include:
Across the Great Divide (Kate Wolf)
All I Want (Joni Mitchell)
Angel (Sarah McLachlan)
Back O’ The Moon (10,000 Maniacs)
Cry Like A Baby (Kasey Chambers)
Daydream Believer (Monkees)
Five Years (David Bowie)
Gentle Arms of Eden (Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer)
Heartache (Uncle Bonsai)
Little Wings (Kris Delmhorst)
Waiting For My Real Life To Begin (Colin Hay)