Exclusive Interview with Eileen Carey

Eileen Carey Why country music ?
~ I was born and raised In Cleveland Ohio, also known as the The heart of rock and roll; however, there was Blues, Country, Rock, and Pop music all was all over the radio waves, all of which helped influence my sound. My music is currently Country with touches Pop and Rock. I just like Country music the most.

If everything would be possible (waking the dead included) , which two people should sing the ultimate country duet?
~ Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton

What song you ever recorded means the most to you and why?
~ Well there's a few "Out With The Girls,” whose meaning is that all girls – poor, young, rich, and old – all need a night out on the town! and also "Mr. Right Now," which is about just having fun in your present relationship…with no ties.

Who would you like to write a song for you?
~ Keith Urban, Diane Warren & Chrissie Hynde ( Pretenders)

Whisky wine beer or water?
~ (Laughs) Well it just depends on my mood that day - water at the gym or after a long walk with my dog. Beer on a hot summer night. Wine with Italian dinner music playing in the back ground or wine tasting at any of California wineries.

What is the question interviewers never asked you while you were always hoping they would. (and give us your answer)?
~ Wow, I have been asked so many questions. The one that comes to mine is: 'What else would I be doing if I didn't have a career in entertainment?' I would love to be a detective or criminal investigator. I'm a big fan of (U.S. TV shows) CSI, Law and Order, and Criminal Minds. I watch them all.

Describe the ultimate recording studio (not the technique but the facilities)
~ I don't need anything super-fancy as far as a recording studio. Just a great producer, good recording equipment, a great microphone, and a quiet, dark setting Sometimes I record by candle light.

Johnny or June ?
~ I love them both, Great Writers and Performers

Give us your top 3 country songs ever.
~ Wow that's a hard one there's so many good ones. 1. "Walking After Midnight," by Patsy Cline; 2. "Write This Down," by George Strait; 3. "Neon Moon" by Brooks and Dunn.

What is your most important message to our readers?
~ Follow your dreams never give up!!!!

Eileen Carey

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Answers given on july 12, 2011