Pasadena, Calif. – Eileen Carey, the recently named New Music Weekly 2019 AC/Hot AC Breakthrough Artist of the Year, will be opening for “the guitarists’ guitar player” Albert Lee at the coveted Rose Theater in Pasadena on April 18th 2019.
The upcoming show follows an extremely successful night at the historic Saban Theater in Beverly Hills opening for legendary “American Pie” singer Don McLean. The night garnered press from several high-ranking media outlets who came from all over Los Angeles to cover Eileen’s performance, including Time Warner Cable News, Huffington Post, LA Weekly, Argonaut, Beverly Hills Times Magazine, World News Network, and many more.
To add to the string of high profile acts Eileen Carey has been collaborating with this year, she will also be performing again at The Rose on June 8,th opening for the rock power-trio Wilson Phillips. Eileen will soon be releasing a new single called “Meet Me Halfway” this May, kicking off her trip to Nashville later in the month where she will be recording the rest of her new album with long time friend and producer Travis Allen.
Eileen has been emerging in popularity over the last few years, havingperformed regularly in Nashville at the world-famous honky-tonks, like Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Rippy’s, and Honky-Tonk Central.In 2018, Carey shared the stage with a slew of headliners, including Rita Coolidge, Jefferson Starship, and Martha Davis and The Motels. In December of 2018, Eileen Carey performed at The Sync Summit hosted by The Avalon in Westwood, CA.
Eileen has been called “…one of the most respected singer-songwriters on country music’s independent circuit” by Pasadena Weekly, as well as “an accomplished storyteller… her songs also offer distinct, prominent messages about personal empowerment and emotional fulfillment.”- Nashville Music Guide. Eileen Carey’s renowned showmanship will entice her very loyal fans, as well as new ones alike. She will be singing her current hit single, “Anything That Reminds Me of You,” which has swept the #1 spot on all of the top New Music Weekly charts, including Country, the AC/Hot AC, and their Top 40 charts. “Anything That Reminds Me of You” is the sixth Country single of Eileen’s to go #1 on the NMW radio charts within the last few years. She will additionally be singing some of these chart-topping favorites, like “That Town” and “Good Bad Girl.” Carey’s numerous songs in her repertoire especially empower her female audience members. It is always a good time at an Eileen Carey show; filled with toe tapping and hand clapping, this blazing red-haired songstress really gets her audience fired up.
Eileen Carey is a proven hit maker; she has charmed and delighted audiences with such musical slices-of-life as “Bottle Your Crazy Up,” “Bring on the Big,” “Let It Go,” “In The Air,” “Faith,” and “Sweet Love.” Her vocal prowess is like no other; her clear crisp smoky nuances and her individual groove separate her from the pack.
The Cleveland, Ohio native now lives in Los Angeles where Eileen Carey has become a fixture in the city’s bubbling music scene. In 2016, she was named the Independent Radio Networks “Crossover Artist,” followed by a string of wins in the Los Angeles Music Awards, where she was crowned the 2016″Female Country Artist,” and the 2017″Live Country Music Performer.” Also in 2017, the singer snatched the National Radio Hits award for “Favorite Female Country Artist of the Year.” Last year, New Music Weekly voted Eileen its 2018 “Breakthrough Country Artist of the Year,” and received the 2018 Producers Choice Honors Award for “Female Solo Country Artist of the Year,” a prestigious event held at the Hard Rock Live in Las Vegas.This year New Music Weeklynominated Careyfor four awards, winning their A/C Breakthrough Artist of the Year title.
Always pro-active, Eileen Carey also writes the popular Music Mom advice blog. “The world is filled with ups and downs,” she says of her blog’s mission, “so I want to help people see things in a more positive light and find a better place in their lives.” Eileen’s wisdom will undoubtedly help moms all over the globe with their ongoing challenges.
Larger then life, Eileen Carey’s many anthems are built on the strength of women, but don’t let that fool you. Eileen Carey’s tongue-in-cheek lyrics are also made for the men that love them. You too will be a fan, just come out and hear what the buzz is all about.
The Rose Theater in Pasadena
245 E. Green St.
Pasadena, CA 91101