Indie, Alternative-Americana fueled by roots rhythm,
powerhouse vocals, and a better world.
The 2017 EP “SKY” is still gaining national
press:Her single “Feels Like a Holiday” received #8
the national “Top Ten Singles of 2017” award by Ark
Her original, “Symphony,” was chosen by the National
Association of Mental Illness (NAMI) to feature in
“This is My Brave- The Show".
Ferrante grew up on the south side of Chicago,
studied theater and voice at Northwestern
University, and spent summers on family farms in
Kansas. She opened for the Birds of Chicago in 2011
and played the leading role in "Rain Follows the
Plow: A Dust Opera" at DC's Atlas Performing Arts
Center, to national acclaim.Cabbage Run Records
produced her first CD, "Live from the Belfry,” in
June 2014. DC Concerts wrote, "Caroline’s stunning
vocals, threeoctave range, signature 12-string
guitar, and crossover songwriting pack a powerhouse
punch on the DC live music scene!" April 2015
Ferrante began her Artist in Residency at DC's
famous Mansion on O Street, featured on the Travel
Channel's "Mega-Mansions.” Her podcast features
frequent guest spots for some famous travelers
through the colorful Georgetown artist haven. She
shared the stage with Grammy and Academy Award
winners like Paul Williams, Mark Bryan of Hootie &
the Blowfish, Tom Constanten of the Grateful Dead, &
Eagles songwriter Jack Tempchin.
Her original “Brighter Day”- celebrating the courage
of those who break silence after assault- was
featured in playwright Carol Lee Campbell’s “Goddess
Diaries” at George Mason University Fall 2016. The
single, produced by Marco Delmar, was released
Caroline Ferrante was selected to represent the
Washington DC area December 2016 as part of the
international Acoustic Guitar Project with her
original “Savage Beauty".
In 2017 Caroline joined Jim Ellis on lead and John
Dahlman on bass as "The Whole Magilla". The band has
quickly moved up the ranks: showcased at NERFA NY,
Dewey Beach Music Festival, Cultural Arts Center at
Montgomery College (DC), University of Duluth,
Silvana (Harlem), Bushwick Publick House (Brooklyn),
Lovecraft NYC (Lower East Side), & the Clarendon Day
Currently Caroline is collaborating on a 2018
Release with producer Austin Bello of Forever the
SKY EP (2017)
On her new five track EP SKY, Caroline Ferrante
emerges as a multi-faceted indie pop artist,
powerfully blending that edgy grit with raw emotion
vulnerability to emerge from a time of despair to
defiant and joyful hope.
One of the keys to Caroline creating a fresh,
distinctive sound on SKY is her exciting
collaboration with Austin Bello of the popular
pop/punk band Forever the Sickest Kids, who co-wrote
three songs and produced the project. Bello got in
touch with the singer after hearing a demo recording
she released called “Strand-ed”. Much to her
surprise, he fell in love immediately with a rough
recording of her intense, emotionally searing song
“Better Angels,” which finds her addressing all at
once dark family secrets, spiritual crises and her
troubled relationship with her dying sister.
“Austin showed me how I could speak my truth through
songwriting and still make it accessible. This blew
my mind. To realize I could be who I am, warts and
all, have my own sound, and know that a publisher
might be interested was crazy to me. My inner demons
and perfectionism took more of a back seat after
that. I was liberated to use my music as a way to
navigate through. Find beauty through darkness.
Austin helped me own my sound. That's where SKY was
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Feels Like a Holiday
Great Big Beautiful World
ABIGAIL SCOTT is a Singer-Songwriter
from South London, UK and is signed to independent record label
Gravel Road Records & Music who released her first recording "Tin
Soldiers" in EP format during late 2016 - the EP features two
self-penned songs "Tin Soldiers" and "Side Effects" together with a
re-working of the Angie Stone classic "I Wish I Didn't Miss You".
During October 2017, "Tin Soldiers" was released to American radio
stations nationwide and by February 2018 it had peaked at #18 on the
'Adult Contemporary,(AC), Top 40 Chart' and #45 on the 'AC Hot 100
Chart' and #2 on the 'AC Top 30 Indie Chart' and had also crossed
over to reach #42 on the 'Main Country Chart' - this has been an
incredible foray in the the US market and which has resulted in a
new and growing American fan-base. Given the success of "Tin
Soldiers" Abigail has just released her follow-up EP titled
"Damaged" and which is available on worldwide download - this EP
features three tracks written by Abigail Scott and co-writer Pete
Murray titled "Damaged", "Love A Little More" and "Remember".
"Damaged" has been lifted from the EP as a single and was released
to American radio stations nationwide on 6th March 2018, and, just
two weeks into her second US campaign her new track has entered the
'AC Hot 100 Chart' at #81 and the 'AC Top 30 Indie Chart' at #12 -
View the HOME Page for updates on chart progress for "Damaged" over
the coming weeks.
American radio campaign for "Tin Soldiers" peaked at the following
positions on the following charts -No.18 on the 'Adult Contemporary
Top 40 Chart' No.45 on the 'AC Hot 100 Chart', No.2 on the 'AC Top
30 Indie Chart', No.2 on the 'AC Western Region Top 20 Chart', No.42
on the 'Main Country Chart', No.23 on the 'Country Top 30 Indie
Chart' The new follow up single "Damaged" was released to American
radio stations 14 days ago and has already entered the 'AC Hot 100
Chart' at No 81 and the 'AC Top 30 Indie Chart' at No 12 this week.
The song is also released on worldwide download and available on
over 200 sites including iTunes and Spotify.
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