Berklee Summer in the CityCasey Sullivan
Casey Sullivan's indelible melodies, accomplished songcraft, and memorable voice are the mark of a great singer-songwriter.
Sullivan has been writing and performing since she was a young teenager. She's performed with such gifted musicians as James Montgomery and opened for musicians as beloved as Jon Pousette-Dart. She studied at Berklee and played regularly with up-and-coming Boston independents Air Traffic Controller at shows in the U.S. and Canada. She released her astonishing debut, For the Birds, independently in 2010.
Her songwriting prowess, which doesn't need any official validation to prove its sterling quality, has nevertheless resulted in her being a two-time finalist in the Boston Folk Festival songwriting contest. But what really makes Casey an artist to be reckoned with is that voice: an instrument of incredible emotional depth and versatility that makes any accomplishment seem like window dressing compared to its unmistakably gripping power.