Bobbie Carey is originally from Rhode Island, USA. She received classical voice training at Indiana University then State University of New York and also studied voice with Guy Wade. While living in New York she was lead singer with various popular line ups and toured world wide. She formed the female trio The Righteous Sisters which toured the U.S. extensively and was lead vocalist with The Overtones.
In London she was lead singer with Da Da, an original pop/funk band. Also in London she sang jazz standards with the late Alan Clare (who worked with Frank Sinatra, Liza Minelli, Judy Garland and Tony Bennett among others). Bobbie has appeared extensively and is much sought after as a session vocalist for studio recording. Her vocal style is mainly soul, blues, R&B with a touch of folk thrown in.
Bobbie moved to Ireland in 2001 and has since built up a loyal following for her distinctive singing style. Performing solo or with a variety of combos, Bobbie appears regularly at weddings, festivals, clubs, bars and special events throughout Ireland and is much in demand as a session vocalist.