...and of course, The Fans

“ Great presence, amazing voice, chemistry onstage...Think of a Canadian version of Sharon Jones" - Alan Nabi (Ottawa)

“I remember first time i heard your song BAD TABOO-i was driving my car and Danny Marks put it on his BLUES RADIO on JAZZ FM TORONTO-i was shocked in a good way just almost get off of the highway(thanks for a GREAT music)" - Alex Finakov (Toronto)

It's been a really long time since I've listened to Black Cat Alley and let me tell you, with this recession and job cuts happening everywhere, a good does of the blues really chases the clouds away. I'm sitting here in the middle of a mess of boxes and cannot get a tune out of my head. I checked CHOM's website and playlist. Indigo Heat, by Carolyn Fe is an amazing song. This lady has a haunting voice. I hope you play more of her songs in your upcoming shows.” - Alison Rudder (Montreal)

I saw this lady play live a couple of months ago doing an acoustic gig at a small bar on Bishop Street. She has quite a stage presence and pipes to back it up. It's a pleasant surprise to hear her on air. Please keep playing her songs. Long Live CHOM's Black Cat Alley!” – Max (Montreal)

Il y a quelques jours que mes amis m’avaient suggéré d'acheter le CD de Carolyn Fe, chanteuse de blues Montréalaise. Je n'étais pas sûr car je ne la connaissais pas. Maintenant que tu me l’as introduit via Black Cat Alley, je suis certaine que mon achat ne serait pas perdu. Merci beaucoup de l’avoir introduit cette dame avec une voix onctueuse. C’est toujours un plaisir d’entendre du blues qui est très près de nous ici à Montréal.” - Mélanie Pierre (Montreal)

Last night during your show, Black Cat Alley, you played a female artist. I've never heard of her before. Caroline Fe? What a smoky voice she has! Can you play more of her tunes?” – Alain Cossette (Montreal)

You guys are different, the music and the lyrics make people feel the thrill, and you bring us back our memories as if it was just yesterday. When I listen to you, it’s easy to let go of today’s troubles and just enjoy the moment!” – Luisa Mendoza (Montreal)