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"Changing one's direction isn't always easy but it's necessary to grow. ... With her debut single as Carlsea out now, she's ready to show the world what she is capable of."

— Kendra Beltran

Music in her soul: mount olive's Chelsea carlson celebrates music everyday

 

Mount Olive Life  -  by Megan Roche

February 2021

"Carlson has followed up her debut album with A Cozy Christmas.  The album holds a special spot for Carlson, as it is the first album that she recorded and produced on her own."

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Chelsea Carlson releases her first holiday album

 

New Jersey Stage  

December 2020

"Carlson believes these eight traditional Christmas songs are perfect listening material for a cozy December night in your favorite pajamas with a cup of hot cocoa." 

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Pandemic doesn't stop mount olive singer/songwriter

 

Mount Olive Chronicle  -  by Phil Garber

December 2020

"The pandemic has been a challenge but Chelsea Carlson has found new ways to bring her music to the world."

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New Directions for carlsea

 

ZO Magazine  -  by Kendra Beltran

April 2018

 

"Changing one's direction isn't always easy but it's necessary to grow.  Carlsea had a whole different name and sound when she started out.  Over time she's evolved into the singer-songwriter she is today.  With her debut single as Carlsea out now she's ready to show the world what she is capable of." 

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Flanders' Carlsea offers new electro-pop sound in latest single

Mount Olive Chronicle  -  by Phil Garber

March 2018

"Get ready for Carlsea, the 2018 re-branding of Flanders singer and songwriter Chelsea Carlson.  The 25-year-old said she has moved from a largely, rock agenda to a more modern, electronic and pop sound.  Her inspirations include such international stars as Aurora, Lorde, Sia, and Christina Perri." 

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Interview with Carlsea

 

Jersey Indie  -  by Sonia Schnee

February 2018

"Northern NJ singer-songwriter Carlsea (aka Chelsea Carlson) has taken on a new sound – and a new stage name – with the release of her upcoming single, "Windows."  Read about her exciting transformation, and Coffeehouse Tour of New Jersey."

 

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Maria's Local Radar: Chelsea Carlson

 

The Aquarian Weekly  -  by Maria Ciezak

May 2016

"I am diving deep into her new album and personally find it flawless...The lyrics on her tracks are powerful, dark, light, and catchy; a perfect combination for fans to fall head over heads in love."

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LISTEN TO: Chelsea Carlson

Loudlight News

April 2016

"Chelsea managed to combine the best of the new and old music to forge her own style; with serious old rock and blues influences, the album is pure bliss."

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Signaled Out: Chelsea Carlson's "Belong"

Anti Music

March 2016

"Chelsea Carlson tells us the moving story behind her new single 'Belong' which is also a track that is featured on her recently released debut album, 'The Broken Road.'"

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Chelsea Carlson streams new single, "Belong"

Planet Stereo

February 2016

"As a vulnerable, raw, stripped-down approach to her regular sound, 'Belong' is a powerful release, showcasing Carlson's impressive vocals."

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Exclusive! "The Broken Road" by Chelsea Carlson

Songwriting Magazine

February 2016

"This week’s Monday exclusive is another whole album, as Songwriting premieres The Broken Road. It’s the debut full-length from Chelsea Carlson, a New Jersey-based artist whose particular brand of folk- and country-tinged rock has already seen her win a Jersey Acoustic Music (JAM) award for Top New Female Act."

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Artist Profile - Chelsea Carlson

Jersey Indie  -  by Patricia Rogers

February 2016

"Chelsea! Chelsea! The crowd at Hat City Kitchen could not get enough of her at her mega CD release party last month."

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Flanders singer/songwriter offers first full CD 

Mount Olive Chronicle  -  by Phil Garber

January 2016

"Chelsea Carlson...the 23-year-old Flanders singer/songwriter is a rocker in the vein of Grace Potter or, reaching back, Led Zepplin."

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