Honeygirl

Honeygirl

BandFolkPop

Honeygirl's unique style fuses folk, pop, celtic, country, and world flavors. Within the first year Honeygirl played festivals, toured, and packed venues in new places, with enthusiastic invitations to return.

Biography

Honeygirl was founded by singer/songwriter Katrina Kadoski and fiddler Velle Huscroft in November of 2002. After returning to Victoria from a European duo tour, they placed an ad seeking multi-instrumentalist female musicians. Although the ad went unanswered, they soon found Megan Boddy, Skye Dumond, Shelley Okepnal (now plays with Po Girl and Rae Spoon) and later Allan Cameron.

Honeygirl emerged with a fun and unique style of music, fusing folk, pop, celtic, country, and world flavors with three part harmony, guitar, fiddle, bass, banjo, djembe, accordion, kit drums, piano, and mandolin.

Last year's highlights included touring Alberta, Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, appearing on top-rated local TV shows, playing sold out shows, the Islands Folkfest at Providence farm, the Sunshine Music Festival in Powell River, and taking part in MuchMusic’s - Going Coastal “Much Does Victoria”.

Honeygirl is currently busy playing as a trio and five peice band around BC, and finishing an independent CD.

www.honeygirl.ca

Discography

Demo May 2003
"Suck it up Princess" -Expected Nov.2004
all clips on site www.honeygirl.ca

Set List

1,2, or 3 sets depending on if there is more than one act.

Strawberries (Honeygirl)
Chamber View (Honeygirl)
Leaving (Honeygirl)
Telephone Wire (Honeygirl)
Ramona ( R Lokanathan)
Country Tune (trad)
Old Bangham (trad)
Let it Fly (Honeygirl)
Clown and Bard (G Berner)
Keep Wrong (Honeygirl)
Looks like Rain (Honeygirl)

Sirens Lullaby (trad)
Tangos (trad)
Fire Escape (Honeygirl)
Addiction (Honeygirl)
Ambush (Honeygirl)
Gypsy Heart (Honeygirl)
Mojo (trad)
D’yer M’ker (Led Zepplin)
Sinnerman (trad)
Pocahontas (N Young)
Fiddle Set (trad)