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Black Cat’s Musical Place for the Misunderstood

 Black Cat Habitat: From left, Neal Blumberg, lead guitar; Rachel McCullough, lead singer-songwriter, guitar; Ron Kirkland, drums; and Tony Simpson, bass.

 

The Times/NJ.Com

They're back, and bigger.
Black Cat Habitat has been no stranger to area stages. Whether
in cozy coffee shops or larger brew pub venues like Triumph,
this indie-rock band has been churning out their own style of
'90s-esque for years. Their repertoire has nuggets of soul
collided with the jangle of guitar and rockin' choruses.
Black Cat Habitat is coming to the Small World Coffee stage on
Sat., June 2, backed by the newest addition: Neal Blumberg on
lead guitar. The other crew members include lead singer and
powerhouse Rachel McCullough, Tony Simpson on bass, and
Ron Kirkland on drums.
Attendees can expect songs off their two albums, Jam the
Signal (2016) and their debut, Read to Bruise (2011). Check
them out ahead of time at blackcathabitat.com.
Music starts at 8:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to all ages.
Small World Coffee is located at 14 Witherspoon St. For more
information, log onto smallworldcoffee.com

The Times/NJ.Com

Backbeat:  Their sound is reminiscent of powerful female rock of the '90s; her vocals stand out as a big, bold display of what happens when indie meets grunge and has a rendezvous with alternative rock.

Rachel McCullough is the front woman of Black Cat Habitat - a trio of power pop that, during live shows, feature Tony Simpson on bass and Ron Kirkland on drums.

No stranger to Small World Coffee, Black Cat Habitat is the featured band on Sat., Jan. 13.

Check them out ahead of time at blackcathabitat.com. There, you can sample a variety of her tunes including "Ambushed" and "The Big Mistake."

Admission is free and open to all ages. Music starts at 8:30 p.m. Small World Coffee is located at 14 Witherspoon St. in Princeton. For more information, log onto smallworldcoffee.com.

The Times/NJ.COM

They're no stranger to Small World Coffee, and it's easy to understand why. Black Cat Habitat, fronted by singer Rachel McCullough, is an indie-rock band that brings soul to the stage. They create catchy melodies that linger with you long after the show, and McCullough's vocals leave a lasting impression. They are the featured performers at the coffee house on Sat., July 29th. Her backing crew includes Tony Simpson on bass and Ron Kirkland on drums. Check them out ahead of time at blackcathabitat.com. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to all ages. Small World Coffee is located at 14 Witherspoon St. For more information, log onto smallworldcoffee.com .

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The Times/NJ.COM

They've got a sinister sweetness that makes their show oh-so-good.

Black Cat Habitat is a shameless indie pop-rock band that puts on a sultry, raw performance every time they take stage. Their repertoire is dark, yet inviting.

They're coming back to Small World Coffee on Sat., Nov. 19th. Attendees can expect to once again experience frontwoman and lead-singer/songwriter Rachel McCullough, who captivates the listener with her vocals.

McCullough writes songs about finding one's self and the appropriate habitat to match. Though her vocals are relatively upbeat, her stage-presence carries with it a sense of mystery.

Check her and the band out at blackcathabitat.com. Her backing members include Mike Carthan on bass and Danny Coleman on drums.

All ages are welcome and the show is free. Music starts at 8:30. Small World Coffee is located at 14 Witherspoon St. in Princeton. For more information, log onto smallworldcoffee.com.

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The Times/NJ.COM

They've got a little grit to them, and it makes them all the better.

Black Cat Habitat has a touch of soul to their pop-rock repertoire, thanks to lead vocalist and singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough. She brings a sense of sweetness to their darker melodies.

Other members include Mike Carthan on bass and Danny Coleman on drums.

The band takes stage at Small World Coffee in Princeton on Sat., Dec. 5 at 8:30. What's great about this venue is it's conduciveness to reverb. The intimate coffee house will turn into a bass amp (this group refuses to be background music).

The performance is free and open to all ages.

Small World Coffee is located at 14 Witherspoon St. For more information, log onto smallworldcoffee.com

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