People Look Around – Catie Curtis’ Song for New Orleans

It’s been two years since Hurricane Katrina broke through the levees in New Orleans.

Catie Curtis’
song People Look Around was meant to raise awareness for the situation – looks like we still need it.

You can download a karaoke version on Catie’s site if you want to get out there and sing it too! (Last track listed on Long Night Moon)

Another appropriate song for the day: Out of Pawn by Anaïs Mitchell. She dedicated it to the people of New Orleans before she sang it at the concert I went to a while back.

Speaking of Anaïs reminds me of Rachel Ries. I just found out today that Rachel’s new album is done and she’s starting a CD release tour! More on that soon… cannot properly express how excited I am about it at this hour. Let’s just say VERY VERY!

Sample the music of these lovely ladies on MySpace:
http://www.myspace.com/catiecurtis
http://www.myspace.com/anaismitchell
http://www.myspace.com/rachelries


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One Response to “People Look Around – Catie Curtis’ Song for New Orleans”

  1. Frank Gualtier says:

    Such an awful thing — New Orleans. Great musicians, you have excellent taste. I hadn’t been keeping current with things and somehow missed that about Catie. Very cool. -f-

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