CASATI presents There Will Be Days

CASATI, a folk trio from Winnipeg is made of Grace Hrabi on ukulele, Jesse Popeski on guitar, and Quintin Bart on bass (and sometimes hurdy-gurdy), with all three contributing vocals.  Their music is folky, but is influenced by our background in jazz as well as other genres with a strong emphasis on honesty,sincerity and playfulness in the lyrics.

On April 7th 2017 CASATI will release their debut album, There Will Be Days, which was recorded this past January over two long days snowed in at engineer Don Benedicton’s (Oh My Darling, Bros. Landreth, Barta) studio in Roseisle, Manitoba.  The album was mostly recorded live off the floor, with few overdubs or edits, giving the album the feel of listening to a live CASATI performance.  All ten songs on the album are originals, written, arranged, and produced by the band. 

 
 Album Artwork by Jolene Kaminski. Design by Grace Hrabi

Album Artwork by Jolene Kaminski. Design by Grace Hrabi

A sold out soft/CD release for There Will Be Days took place in Winnipeg, MB on March 4th, 2017. The album will be available on all streaming services (iTunes, Spotify, etc) on April 7th, 2017. The physical CD can be purchased at casatiband.com or in Winnipeg at McNally Robinson, Music Trader and Into the Music.


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Kind words from others

"CASATI are making intelligent, genre-bending work which shows great dedication and potential. We're inspired by their collaborative musicality, and are very excited to hear their upcoming recording."
                                 - Christine Fellows & John K. Samson
"CASATI offers creative originality with captivating quirk, huge stylistic range, masterful execution, and the kind of tight ensemble playing that only comes from years spent creating and performing together. These guys are great."
                                 - Raine Hamilton
CASATI combines the imagination of a child with the insight of an adult and the manual dexterity of three highly skilled musicians - it's such a treat to hear them play!”

                                 - Madeleine Roger (Roger Roger)

In April the trio will hit the road on their first Western Canadian tour to promote their release, performing in 12 cities across Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. The band plans on Touring East in the Fall.