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Monica Casey 7/14/12

Monica Casey 7/14/12
Written by Stacey Willmering
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  • Date Recorded: July 14, 2012
  • Artist / Band: Monica Casey
  • Hosting Show: Backroads
  • Sound: Dan Kinney

Imagine yourself in a coffeehouse: nestled in a broken-in chair, sipping your favorite coffee blend and enjoying the lovely vocals of St. Louis folk singer-songwriter, Monica Casey, whose peaceful storytelling brings attention to matters of the heart.

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Accompanied by an acoustic guitar, Casey's songs vary in nature but share a common idea of embracing the moment. Her voice lends a soothing tranquility as she illuminates life's simple beauties and successfully conveys the feelings rooted in her lyrics.

For instance, the light-hearted "Dance a Little Jig" has a summery feel; reminiscent of bare feet dancing on the sand around a campfire on the beach. "Walkin' on the Moon" is a relaxed tune describing the wonder and sweetness of young love.

Comparable to Patty Griffin and Joni Mitchell, Monica Casey tells stories with reflection and sincerity, and her beautiful singing voice and guitar tie it all together quite well.

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