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A devotee of folk music from the womb, Carsie later acquired a taste for Jazz, R&B, Motown, and blues, and cobbled them together elegantly to create her own brand of musical shenanigans, which she released in the form of her first album, "Hush", at the tender age of sixteen. In 2005, Carsie released "Ain't So Green", her first studio album, which she now tours the east coast toting boxes of.
Since her move to Philadelphia in fall of 2006, Carsie has shared the stage with nationally and regionally hailed acts including Amos Lee, Jeffrey Gaines, Leon Redbone and Joan Armatrading, and has played at the Tin Angel in Philadelphia, Club Passim in Cambridge, the Birchmere in Alexandria, and live on WXPN radio.
Besides music, Carsie delights in teacups, the poetry of e. e. cummings, four-leaf-clovers, swing dancing, and playing with dogs.