(STUDIO CITY) – Country-Pop vocalist/singer-songwriter Eileen Carey will be hard-pressed to “Move On” from the success she enjoyed during 2009. In addition to her recent CD release MOVIN’ ON (MyRecordLabel.net) receiving critical acclaim, Carey won both “Americana Album of the Year” (19th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards) and “2009 Song of the Year” (5th Annual South Bay Music Awards) as well as being selected a “Hot 100 Unsigned Artist For 2009” again this year by respected international trade publication, MUSIC CONNECTION Magazine. Inpart as a result of these accolades, Carey is now being looked at by various companies for endorsement deals – among these, a major retail clothing company for use of her catchy tune, “Out With The Girls.” A U.S. Tour is in the works for 2010 as well.
Locally, Carey performs at the Fox & Hounds Pub, 11100 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, Tuesday, February 16 (Fat Tuesday). 9:30 p.m. Free. Info: (818) 763-7837 or log onto http://www.foxandhounds.com.
Carey – picked as a “2010 Up ‘N’ Comer” by Live 365/Womens Radio — performed at four different showcases during the 2009 Indiegrrl Women In The Arts Conference in Nashville, one of the biggest, most important yearly gatherings showcasing today’s brightest new female artists in all music genres.“Singer/songwriter Eileen Carey has emerged over the last few years as a both an accomplished storyteller and effective, appealing stylist,” writes Ron Wynn in NASHVILLE CITY PAPER “That Was Her, This Is Now” and “Hearts Of Time” from Carey’s previous CD of the same name are still receiving airplay on San Diego’s New Country 95.7 as well as other Country and AAA stations nationwide.