Saturday, December 31, 2011

CD Review: Katie Pearlman Starts The New Year With "Girls Like Us"

Singer/Songwriter Katie Pearlman has a new album on the horizon titled “Girls Like Us.” It is her third album and her most complete piece of music to date. The concept album contains songs about the hardship and survival of women, inspired by true stories from the book “Note to Self” by Andrea Buchanan.

Katie lets her country flag fly on the opener “Girls Like Us.” Surrounded by an all-star group of musicians, Katie’s singing is top notch on this release. She’s found the perfect blend of her sweet vocals and gentle acoustics in “My Movie” and “Little Minnie.” She seems playful on the pop-sounding “Me Again,” then turns serious in the blues-based song “The Lesson.” Katie’s acoustic-folk storytelling is wonderfully displayed in “Tomorrow Will Be Better” before closing the album with the uplifting sounds of “You Belong.”

Katie Pearlman’s new album “Girls Like Us” will be released on January 6 and she has two album release shows scheduled. The first show is on January 6 (the day the album is out) at the Patchogue Theater in Patchogue, NY. The second show is at Mexicali Live in Teaneck, NJ on January 21. She also has two more shows scheduled at the moment, but be sure to visit her website ( for more information.

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