With a soft and mesmerizing voice Caroline Doctorow has established herself as a leading force on the folk music scene, while gaining momentum with each new album she releases. Her voice has been called wondrous and velveteen. Her albums appear regularly on the top of the folk music radio airplay charts. Ms. Doctorow has just appeared at The Guthrie Center and New Bedford Summerfest this season to standing room crowds and rave reviews. She can be heard on the PBS special "Freedom-The History of Us" narrated by Katie Couric. Both Nanci Griffith and John Sebastian appear on her current release "Another Country" which is a retrospective of the songs of Richard and Mimi Fariña produced by Pete Kennedy. Ms. Doctorow tours the east coast with her band "The Steamrollers and co-hosts the syndicated folk radio show "The Songtrails Radio Hour" on WPKN.