A really good show. Her material is pretty remarkable. I find it thoughtful, funny, sensitive, kind of out in ‘left field,’-- like I used to find Steve Martin's humor... clever, a talented guitarist, and a stage presence that convinces audiences that the characters she sings about, she really cares about, or she knows something about them... the monologs between tunes really work tying the songs to universal (as well as unique) experiences audiences can identify.” ” - Carlos McCauley

— WFIT

Carla Ulbrich is a comical singer-songwriter and guitarist whose songs cover topics such as Waffle House, Klingons, psycho exes, how rich she would be if she had a copyright on the F Word... 

A displaced Southerner, this South Carolinian now resides in New Jersey. Carla's 9 CDs have been aired on numerous radio stations, including WSM, the BBC, Dr. Demento, SiriusXM Comedy Radio, NPR's Morning Edition and well over 100 college and community stations around the globe.

She has played in venues ranging from the Kerrville Folk Festival to the Bluebird Cafe and has appeared as a musical guest on the TV shows "The Revolution" (ABC), "Homegrown Music" (WVIA TV), "Up All Night with Rhonda" (USA Network) and "The Other Side" (WGN). 

Carla is a past winner of the South Florida Folk Festival Songwriter Competition, the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Showcase, The Logan Awards (for excellence in comedy music), and The Just Plain Folk Awards (Best Novelty/ Comedy Album). 

Her 10th CD, "Twang," is coming out in 2022 and features a bevy of talented country musicians backing up her dry wit.

New album!

coming March 1, 2022

“Twang,” an 8-song country EP from Carla Ulbrich, is a fun mix of hot picking, smart songwriting and dry wit, with tongue-in-cheek toe-tappers like “Is It Hot Enough For Ya?” and “Stop Tryin’ to Bring on the Apocalypse.” This album features some of the hottest players in the biz: 15-time IBMA Dobro Player of the Year Rob Ickes, 4-time Grammy winner Andy Leftwich on fiddle, Erik Halbig on electric guitar, Bob Harris (producer/ engineer, bass and lap steel), and Bob Malone on piano. If you like Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Robert Earl Keen, or The (Dixie) Chicks, you’ll want to give this a listen.

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photo: Bates

photo: Bates

photographer: Joe Giacoio

photographer: Joe Giacoio

photographer: Joe Giacoio

photographer: Joe Giacoio

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