CAROLINE WATERS is a multi-platinum recording artist, musical theater actor, film composer, playwright, Vocal Freedom coach and motivational keynote speaker. She is frequently hired as artist ambassador for international and charitable events.
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Compassion, a smooth jazz studio recording featuring Abe Laboriel on bass and Katisse Buckingham on sax, was produced by CIA Productions and distributed throughout Europe, Japan and Canada. The title cut made it to number one on the charts in Norway.
Talk With Eve, a funky and danceable live recording from Cosmopolite in Oslo, featuring Deb Girnius, was picked up by Sony Music Norway and distributed throughout Europe and Canada.
Venus Envy, a danceable R&B studio recording, ably assisted by Abe Laboriel, Katisse Buckingham, Greg Mathieson, Michael Landau, Ramone Stagnaro, Tata Vega, Jimbo Ross and J’Anna Jacoby, received rave reviews in California and hit the top of the charts in Serbia-Herzegovina with “Oh Caroline”. The title cut, “I Am Venus”, was licensed by Universal Poland for a compilation album with Natalie Cole, Norah Jones and Dianna Krall entitled Rendezvous On The Jazz Boulevard.
Being Totally Alive, a sensual journey of love in the intimate setting of voice, piano, cello, flute, sax and bass, was created as a collaboration between Carter Dewberry and Caroline Waters, originally entitled Red Velvet Sensations, and recently repackaged as a solo album. Abe and Katisse are also delightfully featured on this CD.
Exposed is Caroline’s most vulnerable CD to date and includes songs of love and compassion that has helped Caroline through some of the most challenging times of her life. In addition to Caroline’s own originals, the CD also includes her interpretation of songs from her favorite songwriters, such as Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell.
Caroline landed her first film role at age three as Caroline in Putti Plutti Pott, a show that aired on national television in Norway every Christmas Eve for more than two decades. She got her first theatre role as Kamomilla in Cardamom Town at age seven and toured with the National Theatre of Norway for two years. At age nine, Caroline played all six lead roles in the musical, I Found, I Found. She did more than 1000 performances, touring Norway, Switzerland and the US. This musical became a TV mini series, which Caroline starred in at age twelve.
Caroline relocated to Los Angeles after receiving a green card and status as an Alien of Extraordinary Ability in the Arts and is frequently hired to represent Norway as one of its preeminent artists. Ms Waters’ representations include the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland, the launching of the Royal Norwegian Cruise Liner, Infinity, the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Christmas Galas and the Royal Gala Dinner at the California Club celebrating Crown Prince Haakon’s first visit to California.
After her success with Venus Envy, Caroline decided to revisit her musical theater roots for a production of hysterical proportions. Queen of Clubs – A Royal Review, written, produced and performed by Ms Waters and Greek-born jazz diva Kasandra Vanel, acquired standing ovations and rave reviews at the Masquers Cabaret and Dinner Theater in West Hollywood. “A series of amusing skits and sultry songs a la cabaret…delivered by both queens in perfect harmony as well as parody. A must see!” Metro LA
Caroline Waters is currently promoting her self biographical musical thriller FINDING VENUS. In this jazzy, intimate, heartfelt and humorous show, Caroline shares some of the most dramatic and transformational experiences of her life. Finding Venus is also part of the Squeaky Wheel Tour For The Missing as it includes the story of one of Caroline’s dearest friends, Stefanie Stroh, who vanished without a trace in the Nevada desert in 1987.
In addition to her career as a songwriter, playwright and performer, Caroline’s credits include scoring and sound design for theater, film and television as well as voice over characters such as Christopher Robin and Roo in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh.
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