produced by Clair Reilly-Roe & Brian Rund​, featuring Bakithi Kumalo on bass (Paul Simon), Todd Caldwell on organ/keys (Crosby, Stills & Nash) as well as various musicians Clair's met and played with at the legendary NYC venue, The Bitter End.  The owner Kenny became a best friend and mentor​ through the years and recently passed away in 2015.  Saying goodbye​ is bitter & sweet.  Goodbye​ to New York.  Goodbye to working ​in ​New York City nightlife.  Goodbye to all the fears and doubts​.  ​Goodbye to friends.  Goodbye Manhattan​.  


As the baby of three in a house of English-Trinidadian-Canadians, Clair developed her eccentric style inherently.  Groomed on Macrobiotic food, poetry and a constant household soundtrack of Gregorian ​c​hants, it was obvious to all that C​l​air Reilly-Roe was well on her way to becoming...a bottle service waitress in New York City​ - after her stint as a professional snowboarder, of course.  Armed with a stunning beauty, a head turning uniqueness and a performance style as riveting as her backstory, the music of Clair Reilly-Roe is ready for mass consumption.  The industry is fixing its gaze on Clair.  She is heavily listened to on Pandora radio.  Page 6 singled her performance out at an exclusive party thrown by the son of icon Norman Mailer.  Shortly after stealing the show opening for Lisa Marie Presley, the legendary​ Seth Justman from the ​ J.Geils Band penned a song specifically for her to sing.  A recent performance with CeeLo Green on Live with Kelly and Michael caught the eyes of millions and the buzz on Clair Reilly-Roe is undeniable.  She is a beautiful story told in song and a must see for 2016!