Not Old, Not New

by Carsie Blanton

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Oddio Overplay So much charm! There is such an open friendliness to Carsie Blanton and her lovely music that you will be convinced you have always loved her. And you will love her! Favorite track: Laziest Gal in Town.
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Robi First saw Carsie Blanton when she opened for Joan Osborne at World Cafe Live in Philly. She out-shined the headliner! What a voice and a stage presence!!! Favorite track: You Don't Know What Love Is.
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thibault Piguet A perfect album, all songs are good, perfect for a dinner with some friends or a winter night. it warm up everything
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Stephen Peithman I had never heard of Carsie Blanton and was blown away when she was a guest on Michael Feinstein's "Sound Travels" program. She knows how to pick material and is not shy about moving across the spectrum of pop and jazz. Her voice is both warm and precise, easygoing and sophisticated, little girl and full blooded woman. Thank you, Michael, for bringing this talent to my attention! Favorite track: Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans?.
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wesaus32 The lyrics, the music, her voice....this album is wonderful.... Favorite track: Two Sleepy People.
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Not Old, Not New is a collection of my favorite jazz songs from the first half of the 20th century. It's a sultry, slow, subtle record - the kind you might play while you throw a classy dinner party, or make sweet, sweet love.


released June 24, 2014

Produced by John Porter at Music Shed Studios in New Orleans, LA. Arrangements and crisis counselling by David Torkanowsky. Engineered by Mike Dorsey and William Moesta. Mixed and mastered by Jim Salamone at Cambridge Sound Studios in Philadelphia, PA, except “Laziest Gal in Town” mixed by John Porter. Cover art by Lauren J. Andrews.

The band: Neal Caine on bass, Joe Dyson on drums, Rex Gregory on saxophone and clarinet, Kevin Louis on trumpet, Shane Theriot on guitar, David Torkanowsky on piano. Doug Belote plays drums on “Don’t Come Too Soon”. Charlie Gabriel plays tenor sax on “You Don’t Know What Love Is”. Ellis Marsalis plays piano on “Do You Know What it Means…” Jason Marsalis plays vibes on “What is This Thing Called Love?”. Carsie plays guitar on “Not Old, Not New”.




Carsie Blanton New Orleans, Louisiana

Carsie Blanton writes anthems for a world worth saving. Whether alone with her electric guitar or fronting her four-piece “handsome band”, Carsie delivers every song with an equal dose of moxie and mischief, bringing her audience together in joyful celebration of everything worth fighting for. ... more


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