Kacie Sheik
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Kacie Sheik

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The best kept secret in music


"NY mentions"

NY Post PAGE SIX mention:
"We Hear...April 5, 2006 --THAT pop star Duncan Sheik took time out from his busy touring schedule to support his younger sister, singer-songwriter Kacie Sheik, by taking in her debut solo show at Pianos."
NY POST (again):

New York Post


May 12, 2006 -- The following listings are subject to change. It is best to call ahead before going to any event.

KACIE SHEIK: The younger sibling of Duncan Sheik performs tonight at 7:30 at the Lion's Den, 214 Sullivan St., between Bleecker and Third streets; (212) 477-2782.

GUNS N' ROSES: The band takes the stage tonight, Sunday and Monday at 9 p.m. at the Hammerstein Ballroom, 311 W. 34th St., between Eighth and Ninth avenues; (212) 255-7300.

LYFE: The singer/songwriter headlines at the Apollo today at 8 p.m. 253 W. 125th St., between Seventh and Eighth avenues; (212) 749-5838.

DEPECHE MODE: The British electro-pop band will appear tomorrow night at 8 at the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, L.I.; (516) 221-1000.

THE ROOTS: A concert featuring Common, Talib Kweli and Ghostface Killah, tonight at 8 at Radio City Music Hall, Sixth Avenue at 50th Street; (212) 465-6741.

*****now THAT's pretty good company....***** - NY POST


6 song Demo available upon request.


Feeling a bit camera shy


"If It Wasn't For You" - Q104.3 Airplay
Page Six, NY POST
Webster Hall Show - 4.20.07

There are singers who seem to get lost in the music, who can't find their way out until the end of the song. Emotional, driven, true-to-life and infectiously fresh, Kacie Sheik is ready to be heard.

Originally from New Jersey, Kacie is the younger sister of Grammy-nominated recording artist Duncan Sheik. She attended The University of the Arts in Philadelphia at 16 years old. As a freshman she studied voice, music and acting before hitting the road for a year with a touring production. After seeing the country, the young songstress relocated to New York City which has been her home base for over five years.

The singer/songwriter returned home last fall, following a year spent starring in Queen's "We Will Rock You" in Las Vegas where she shared a stage with legendary Queen bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor.

Kacie continues to write and record as she prepares for her first release, determined to bring honesty to her music.
Just wait, there will be no controlling it.