After making waves with albums such as Idiot Heart and Buoy, Carsie Blanton once again graces the FrostClick scene with Not Old, Not New—a collection of New Orleans-based singer/songwriter’s favorite jazz songs from the 20th century.
Before Carsie Blanton‘s Buoy and Idiot Heart, let’s backtrack to the singer/songwriter’s first musical effort entitled Ain’t So Green. Based in New Orleans, Carsie has made a name for herself touring with Shawn Colvin, Joan Osborne, The Weepies, and Loudon Wainwright III, among others.
We just can't get enough of Carsie Blanton's sweet music. Her new album, Idiot Heart is like a tasteful dessert that melts in your mouth.
The Philadelphia-based singer/songwriter flawlessly blends country and pop music in this ten-track release. Compared to her first album Buoy, Idiot Heart offers a more upbeat vibe.
There's no missing the artistic talent underlying Carsie Blanton's follow-up album, Buoy.
Originally planned as two five-track EPs, the project evolved into a full-blown nine-song catalog that was released last July 22, 2009.
Based on Philapadelphia, PA, Carsie Blanton is a singer/songwriter who have already toured with Paul Simon, the Wood Brothers, the Weepies and Joan Osborne. She is known for her uncanny lines and tasty American pop tracks. Currently, she has released her latest album Idiot Heart.