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Caroline Spence is a singer and songwriter born and raised in Charlottesville, VA and currently residing in Nashville, TN. Her latest album When The Road Runs Out, was released on July 19, 2011. The album reflects Spence’s ability to blend pop sensibilities with her love of country and folk music, resulting in songs that your take to heart but can’t get out of your head.
Caroline has opened Joshua James, Schuyler Fisk and Joshua Radin, Harper Blynn, Lucy Kaplanksy, Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart, and Susan Greenbaum in addition to headlining shows of her own. She has shared the stage at Writer's Nights with national artists such as Lucy Wainwright Roche and Rebecca Pronsky as well as with Charlottesville artists, namely, Carl Anderson, Carleigh Nesbit, Genna Matthew, and Helen Horal.
After attending school and making music in Central Ohio, Caroline made the move to Nashville, Tennessee. She has made her mark at writer's nights and showcases around town, receiving praise for her uniquely sweet and solemn voice and well as the clarity and depth of her songs. She is looking forward to recording a new EP that will showcase the new found maturity in her writing, shifting her focus from pop appeal to universal truth and beauty.
Go to http://www.cdbaby.com/carolinespence1 to purchase Caroline's new album "When The Road Runs Out." The album is also available for download on iTunes.
"Caroline Spence is a must-see, must-hear up and coming singer-songwriter. When you listen to her music, it is almost impossible to believe that she is just seventeen. Her lyrics are poetic and insightful -- wise beyond her years -- and her melodies pull you in and take you along for the whole ride. When she sings, I fall right down into her songs, and when she is finished, I find myself looking again and again to the artist on the stage, expecting to see someone much closer to my age." --Terri Allard
"Spence's voice is truly colorful, an emotional sound that needs little in the way of accompaniment. Hearing her sing is like getting a hug from someone you love." -- David T. Roisen of the Cville Weekly.
"Caroline Spence writes songs of brilliance and deep beauty. Don't come to hear her just so you can say, 'Oh, I saw her when....' but come hear Caroline sing so you can experience the joy of her songs." -- Gravity Lounge website