Catherine Feeny, Rachele Eve, Imelda De La Cruz

Fri Sep 3 2010

8:30 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

Mayne Stage

1328 W Morse Ave Chicago, IL 60626

Ages 18+

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Catherine Feeny makes her Mayne Stage debut, playing songs off of her newly released third album, “People in the Hole”. The singer gained notoriety after her second album “Hurricane Glass”, and more specifically the single “Mr. Blue” which was heard in the film “Running with Scissors” and featured on “The O.C.”. The song also reached the A-list at Britain’s most listened-to radio station, BBC Radio 2. Catherine toured the British Isles extensively, both as a headline act and in support of such artists as Martha Wainwright, Kelly Jones (The Stereophonics) and The Indigo Girls. Her music has been written up by critic Dain Cairns, as music “that soothes the listener into quietude… and only then coils its complications and ambiguities around you.”

Mayne Stage Presents
Catherine Feeny with Rachele Eve / Imelda De La Cruz

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Mayne Stage Presents

Catherine Feeny with Rachele Eve / Imelda De La Cruz

Fri Sep 3 2010 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

Mayne Stage Chicago IL
Catherine Feeny, Rachele Eve, Imelda De La Cruz
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Ages 18+

Catherine Feeny makes her Mayne Stage debut, playing songs off of her newly released third album, “People in the Hole”. The singer gained notoriety after her second album “Hurricane Glass”, and more specifically the single “Mr. Blue” which was heard in the film “Running with Scissors” and featured on “The O.C.”. The song also reached the A-list at Britain’s most listened-to radio station, BBC Radio 2. Catherine toured the British Isles extensively, both as a headline act and in support of such artists as Martha Wainwright, Kelly Jones (The Stereophonics) and The Indigo Girls. Her music has been written up by critic Dain Cairns, as music “that soothes the listener into quietude… and only then coils its complications and ambiguities around you.”