Carrie Zaruba Comes A-Caroling

Country’s Newest Carrie Zaruba Comes A-Caroling To Spread Christmas Cheer to Those Less Fortunate
Country’s newest vocal vixen vagabond, Carrie Zaruba, is putting her soulful vocals to good use this holiday season as she joins SAG-AFTRA Nashville’s 22nd Annual Holiday Caroling event.
This Tuesday, December 11th, Carrie will join a festive choir of talented vocalists and musicians as they share the music of the season and visit men, women and children’s homeless shelters, School for the Blind and the J.B. Knowles Retirement Center in Nashville. 

"I’m coming out with bells on,” laughs Carrie. “I am so excited to bring the magic and happiness of this season to those who might be missing it this year.  I feel so blessed to be caroling with SAG-AFTRA this Christmas!”
After getting a kick start from her American Idol Top 100 journey, Carrie is well on her way with the debut release of her current single, “Woman On A Mission.” This song is making waves in Music City as well as across the country with her smooth voice, country spin and solid drive. Music Row’s renowned music critic, Robert K. Oermann said “there’s real talent here, in songwriting as well as singing.”
Carrie is utilizing her extensive vocal training to live up to her influences such as The Dixie Chicks, Little Big Town, Stevie Nicks, and Patti Griffin. She’s currently teaming up with Grammy-nominated Kent Wells, who has produced the likes of Dolly Parton and Neal McCoy, to release her debut album in the spring of 2013. Her rich musical education includes the renowned Baltimore School for the Arts and rigorous classical vocal training as a Lyric Mezzo Soprano in a conservatory setting. She has studied vocal performance in opera and jazz at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, completing the Bachelors program in Music. With her unyielding confidence and a go get ‘em attitude, Carrie is here to open up her world to her listeners, projecting a brilliant snapshot of strength, vulnerability and love. Be sure to like Carrie on Facebook at CarrieZarubaOfficial and follow her on Twitter @Carrie_Zaruba.

About SAG-AFTRA: SAG-AFTRA brings together two of the entertainment industry’s most powerful unions: The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Both were formed in the 1930s in an effort to defend and preserve the rights of actors and media artists. Today, they unite to negotiate the fairest wages and working conditions for those in the industry, while also protecting members from unauthorized usage of their creative works. The Nashville division also works to protect the rights of songwriters. This year’s caroling event marks the first event in Nashville since the merger of these two unions. More information can be found at

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