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Rave New York Times review for Julie Feeney
"A brainy, adventurous Irish songwriter lives within the flamboyant theatricality of Julie Feeney"...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 01 May 2012
Irish singer-songwriter Julie Feeney has received a glowing review from the New York Times, following a performance in the Big Apple's Irish Arts Center.
"A brainy, adventurous Irish songwriter lives within the flamboyant theatricality of Julie Feeney, who's playing a 10-night stand at the Irish Arts Center through May 6, " writes Jon Pareles.
"Ms. Feeney's songs don't shout. They tease, ponder, reminisce, philosophize and invent parables, and she sings them in a plush, changeable mezzo-soprano that usually holds a kindly twinkle. She is well known in Ireland, where her 2005 debut album, "13 Songs," won the Choice Music Prize as the year's best album. The 99-seat Irish Arts Center is a tiny room for her."
Congratulations to Julie & Co.!