Charlie Marie / Bailey Harrisberger
I refer to Charlie Marie as a "modern traditionalist" because from the moment the words left her mouth, there was history. There was Patsy, and Willie and all those artists and sounds that clearly influenced her, but don't define her. Honestly, Dwight Yoakam came to mind as she started to perform. And not just because of the hat. It was because Charlie was putting a cool modern vibe on a traditional sound, much like Dwight Yoakam. According to Charlie, Patsy Cline lead her to country. Her grandmother would often play Patsy and Charlie would sing along. By ten years old, the fire had been lit. Charlie lived in Nashville for a while where she worked with other singer/songwriters and performed around town. Her time there served her well. Heartache, hopes and truths are soulfully and skillfully delivered. Charlie Marie's sound is so refreshing. Her voice is silk perfection... cool to the touch, but worn and warmed in tradition. - Carolyn Kruse, Country 102.5
Bailey Harrisberger is an artist from Los Angeles currently residing in Boston. Her talents and passions spread across multiple styles and genres. She's influenced by the music of past generations and incorporates unique, new elements into her songwriting and performing. Bailey was introduced to music early on through piano lessons. She discovered musical theatre at a young age and traded her piano lessons for voice lessons. To her surprise, during her senior year of high school, Bailey was drawn back to the piano and began writing music.
Because of her sudden passion for songwriting, Bailey switched her potential musical theatre major and ended up being accepted to the Berklee College of Music with a songwriting major. Bailey spent some time during the summer of 2010 working with award winning and Grammy nominated music producer and studio guitarist, Joe DiBlasi. Joe produced two of Baileys original songs, Goodbye and Soundtrack of my Heart. In the fall of 2010, Bailey began production on her debut EP, Drive with music producers Kevin Dukes and Jan Roper of Breathing Room Music. She chose to defer Berklee so she could finish working on her EP and start playing gigs in the LA area. Word of Bailey spread quickly and before she knew it she was playing venues like Genghis Cohen, Room 5 Lounge, The Mint, and The Whisky A Go Go. Before moving to Boston, she put out another EP of original songs under the band name, Fontus, called Dependable Soul.
Bailey now plays shows around the New England area. She performs alternative/electronic music under the name Count And King which is a collaboration between her and producer Jon Hubbell (of Bigfoot Wallace). Count and King put out an album in 2014 entitled "To The Moon" and they are working on a three song EP called "Chasing Mania" (available Summer 2017). She also performs with country group, Southern City Band as their second vocalist and keys/acoustic guitar player. SCB is currently on a summer tour of New England.
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21+ / POS. I.D. REQ
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Atwood's Tavern (View)
877 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02141
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|