“From fronting hard rock bands on the road back east to performing "alternative folk" gigs on her acoustic Takamine guitar in the Cowichan Valley...SheilaCarr's diverse musical background easily lends itself to the famililiar industry adage "paying your dues".”
“Sheila Carr belted out a repertoire of guitar-driven numbers. Her throaty voice was perfect for "Train", the Cranberries "Zombie", "Don't Look Too Close" and "Faith"”
“On Opening for the Rheostatics:The show was opened by local alternative folk singer Sheila Carr. Carr's strong vocals are always a treat.”
“Moving original songs like "Coming out Alive", "Burn a Candle", "Faith" and "I Feel Alive" testify to Carr's belief in the theory of attraction.”
“Singer/guitarist Sheila Carr, the attractive and personable Ontario Import delighted patrons with savvy folk/pop choices (Cranberries, Fleetweed Mac, Sarah McLachlan, Jan Arden, Jewel,Starship, The House of The Rising Sun and melodic and lyrically insightful original tunes.”
“At first glance,it's just another photo of superstar Madonna. Wearing the right makeup Sheila admits to being a "dead ringer" for the Material Girl, but Carr's translucent blue eyes betray her disguise.”
"There is no question that Sheila has a powerful voice and her range is very impressive.