Date: 12/09/2010 Print This Post

Cathy-Anne McClintock Shares The Stage With David Lindley On January 7 At The Brixton South Bay


Recently named Musical Group of the Year at the 2010 Los Angeles Music Awards and named one of Music Connection magazine’s Hot 100 Unsigned Bands & Artists of the year, 37 Records folk/americana/country singer-songwriter Cathy-Anne McClintock will kick-off 2011 with a performance with famed guitarist David Lindley at The Brixton South Bay in Redondo Beach, Calif., on January 7.

Doors open at 7 p.m., with McClintock opening the show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available for purchase online at The show is 21+ only.

2010 has been an exciting year for McClintock with award nominations for Americana Blues Roots Artist of the Year and Americana Blues Roots Single Of The Year for her hit single “I Wanna Live Like That,” for Best Folk/Acoustic Song for “I Wanna Live Like That” at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards, and for Bluegrass Inspirational Song of the Year for “I Wanna Live Like That” alongside Ricky Skaggs and Ronda Vincent at the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville.

Music Connection has also selected their review of her self-titled debut album as one of their Top 25 New Music Critiques of 2010 and will rerun in the December 2010 issue, along with the Hot 100 honor.

Since moving to Southern California to focus on her solo career several years ago, she established herself as a formidable performer with gigs at hotspots like House of Blues, The Canyon Club, The Brixton, Hermosa Beach Series, Genghis Cohen, The Mint, Kulaks, Hallenbecks and various special events, including Laguna Beach’s Pageant of the Masters, Sunset Serenade Series, Far West Folk Alliance, Canadian Music Week, Hermosa Beach Concert Series and the popular folk series The Living Tradition.  At a particularly memorable gig at the House of Blues on Sunset, she opened for Canadian Celtic rockers Great Big Sea for an audience comprised of fellow Canadians; one of the highlights was Russell Crowe sitting in and singing a few Johnny Cash tunes with the band.

McClintock’s emergence as a solo artist is simply the latest triumph in a career that would make anyone want to “live like that.” Shortly after the Vancouver born and raised performer and her older sister Trisha Gagnon formed their bluegrass band Tumbleweed in the 90s, they played their first show on a slate in British Columbia with superstars Dolly Parton and Dwight Yoakam at Music 91, a government sponsored road show designed to boost tourism.

37 Records features music ranging from singer-songwriters, children’s works, pop and rock, alternative modern rock, holiday music, jazz and R & B, country and bluegrass, dance pop, rootsy Americana to soundtracks. Its digital product is available in 35 different countries on over 120 separate websites… all leading back 37 Records.

The 37 Records roster consist of White Apple Tree, Brian Stoner, Friends of Emmet, Melody Zephyr, Nikki Forova, Cathy-Anne McClintock, Judy Akin, Cris Barber, Fertitta and McClintock, Tom Templeman, Mindwalk, Tumbleweed, Haley Breedlove, Kristen Trayer, Don McClintock, and Steven McClintock.


January 7
The Brixton South Bay
Opening for David Lindley
100 W. Torrance Blvd.
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(310) 406-1931
Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m.
Tickets $20, available for purchase at
21+ only