Friday, November 12, 2010
CAITLIN ROSE TO RELEASE OWN SIDE NOW ON MARCH 15,2011
Own Side Now was released in Europe in August to rave reviews. NME included her on their Cool List for 2010 and The Sunday Times calls the record “a stunning debut.” The 23-year-old Rose has spent the most of time since the release touring in Europe. She’ll do thirteen dates with Justin Townes Earle later this year and will have a full US tour around the release of the record.
Rose draws on her love for the female greats such as Linda Ronstadt and Stevie Nicks (even covering Fleetwood Mac’s “That’s Alright”) as well as those from a pure country lineage such as Patsy Cline, and is on the fast track to placing herself in the same league. Her Dead Flowers EP showed the budding of a ripe talent, but this time around she has a seriously talented full band to assist in elevating Own Side Now into a different class.
“Her debut more than lives up to expectations. Lovely stuff.” 4 stars Q Magazine
“The vulnerability in Caitlin’s voice chimes as true as the clink of a
quarter in an old jukebox.” 4 stars NME
“Own Side Now is a beautifully-wrought emotional rollercoaster.” 4 stars The Sun
Posted by 'Rebel' Rod at 5:00 AM