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Carol McArthur

“Singer/songwriter CAROL McARTHUR has a big heart, a gentle spirit, and the voice of an ‘Angel’ (the title also of one of her fine originals) though she will wryly tell you that her halo “is a little rusted.” She has a lovely, lyrical, soaring voice, giving an elegant, wistful, romantic reading to a jazz standard like ‘Ghost of Yesterday,‘ then sounding very much like a classic folksinger with the haunting refrains of ‘Health to the Company‘ or ‘Night Driving.” She counts Ella Fitzgerald, Kate Bush, The Beatles, Elton John, Nina Simone, Elizabeth Frazier (Cocteau Twins), and Roberta Flack as the singers that have influenced her the most, but it is a testament to her talent to say she has her own unique sound and style”. -Review by Joe Staats She has been performing in front of an audience since age 6. She has performed with jazz luminaries Brad Kay and Dan Weinstein, who is featured on her new album “How Good it Feels”. She has sung in many venues all around Southern California and performed and recorded with these amazing groups: Black Cadence- lead and harmony vocals Music for Chameleons-Lead Vocals Nothing…if Not-lead vocals Travelling Public-lead and harmony vox Carol has also sung backup vocals in the studio and/or performed live with the following talented people: Bonnie Pointer, Barry Goldberg’s Soul Riot, Chris Poland, Fat Danny & the Hard Tymz, Nektare, Andrew Hyra, Josh Rich, Shari Puorto & the Rhythm Addicts, Artist Robinson, Larry Klein, Joe Hajek, Mumbo’s Brain, Two Seperate Gorillas and many more.