Primary Instrument: Vocalist
Cat Shell, a seductive songstress hailing from Boca Raton, FL, is here to bring her unique mix of jazz, blues, and acoustic soul to the listening ears of the world. Cat Shell’s music brings with it an aura of familiarity and radio-friendly artistry. Her music explores and elaborates on themes of self-exploration, personal growth, and love, all in a manner that the whole world can relate to. Cat has taken her eclectic taste in music and formulated a style that combines the sounds of the past with the present. Drawing comparisons and inspiration from artists such as Norah Jones, Nina Simone, and Peggy Lee, Cat Shell personifies cool with her retro vocals and raspy inflections. Her songs are moody, flirtatious, and introspective. Cat’s music allows you to dive into the lyrics and feel the soul of each line....
Love Games New Times Magazine August 17th, 2006 Check out Renda Writer's CD review in New Times Magazine:
“Two of the best songs feature local singers and poetry buddies. On Love Games, the sultry vocals of Boca Raton's Cat Shell add a jazzy flair...”
Renda Writer and I did a track together called Love Games. If you guys want to hear it, buy his album. Visit www.RendaThePoet.com for purchase info.
Hurricane Healing www.hurricanehealing.us
The following text is a statement of my acceptance for a compilation album that benefits the victims of Hurricane Katrina. With every purchase, a portion of the proceeds go directly to the Salvation Army.
We would like to thank you very much for your submission and we wish to advise that you song has been accepted.
We REALLY liked your song. !!!!!!!!!
Damien Reilly Hurricane Healing http://www.hurricanehealing.us
It Really Is the Spice of Life New Times Magazine July 5-11, 2007 (page 22)
“The mood switches to musical mingling when acoustic temptress Cat Shell takes the stage. Her voice has a bluesy, retro quality that brings all who attend into an atmosphere more typical of a Greenwich Village coffeehouse than a Fort Lauderdale Beach bar.”
"Cat's Outta the Bag
Tracks: I'm Torn, Shy, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Awake, Category 5, Ice Cream Man, After Midnight, Don't Stop, Dream a Little Dream, Night at Noon
Personnel: All Songs except Ice Cream Man & Dream a Little Dream written and performed by Cat Shell. Guitar- Tate Earle, Kevin Byrnes, & Boris Asermov; Piano- Judd Gleckman & Yoel Hyman; Drums- Karen Wexler & Joe Butera; Bass- Casey White & Kevin Byrnes; Saxophone- Burny Pelsjamer; Harmonica- Tate Earle; Additional Vocals- Emily Carroll, Mike Mineo, & Tate Earle. Produced by PowerStation Studios, Pompano Beach, FL.
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