There’s a casual honesty to Caitlin Anne Webster that wavers somewhere between romantic and brutal, delivering truths of longing, love, sex and the hardships of modern living. The soulf
ul Los Angeles singer-songwriter brings an easy swagger to her personal blend of blues and Americana — as documented on her debut EP, 2015’s Black Moon — focusing often on those universal themes that revolve around our lives like the lunar cycle.
Now a mainstay in the L.A. music scene, Webster credits the city’s palpable creative pulse in help
ing her define her voice, as she refines a unique personal style over groundwork laid by influences that range from Linda Ronstadt to Otis Redding. Webster has toured with Rocco DeLuca, performed at Echo Park Rising and has been a frequent guest at L.A.’s Grande Ole Echo and John Ennis’ John Ennis Presents variety show. Her song “Black Moon” was featured in ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars in 2015.
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