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Katy Carr performs 'Mala, Little Flower' on BalconyTV London
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KATY CARR - MALA, LITTLE FLOWER

PRESENTED BY TINA EDWARDS

Katy Carr is a London based performer and songwriter who sings, plays a vintage, wurlitzer electronic piano, ukulele and banjolele with her group 'The Aviators.' She has self released three albums on her label Deluce Recordings. 'Screwing Lies,' 2001 and 'Passion Play' 2003 and 'Coquette' 2009 which has received no less than 4/5 star reviews in the mainstream and music press during with a 5/5 star review from Music Critic, 'Quite simply a masterpiece'. In September 2012, to mark the 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland, Katy Carr will be releasing a fourth album entitled 'Paszport' inspired by stories she has gathered from World War Two veterans from Poland : -- Polish R.A.F Pilots, Polish Soldiers, Members of the Home Army -- Armia Krajowa [A.K] , Polish Partisans, Polish Parachutists, Polish Resistance fighters, Polish Navy sailors, Polish people who fought in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, and Polish survivors of both German Nazi labour and concentration camps and Soviet detention camps in Siberia showing in her opinion, ' The true heart of Poland'.

In November 2011, Katy was nominated for the London Music Award 2012, Kate Bush, PJ Harvey, Arctic Monkeys, The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Metromony, Ed Sheeran, Jim Jones Review, The Unthanks, Laura Marling.
Katy's music is inspired by themes, stories and characters from 1940s Britain, France and Poland. Boasting a wide variety of performances from The Royal Opera House to Glastonbury music festival together with regular appearances on BBC radio, this eccentric and eclectic performer delivers her self -penned folk songs, with verve and humour. Expect the gentle tone of a Spitfire Mk 1 as it soars with balletic grace in the skies above and maybe the roaring of a 1936 Mercedes-Benz 500K racing around the Berliner Ring in the midday heat....

http://www.facebook.com/KatyCarrMusic

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