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Siobhan and Imogen play A Song for Home

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A Song for Home is a show presented to you by emerging singer/songwriters Siobhan Corcoran and Imogen Pemberton. The two artists will be touring together in a double-bill performance that showcases beautifully crafted songs, soaring vocals and open hearts.

Siobhan Corcoran offers a unique style of folk that’s sometimes jazzy, sometimes achingly simple, and often infused with a good dose of reggae and world spices. She moves comfortably between her eclectic repertoire, supporting sweet vocals with a range of stringed instruments. A recent addition to the show is a loop pedal, inspired by the potential to improvise and create ambient layers of guitar, voice and violin.

Imogen Pemberton is an emerging singer/songwriter who has a strong passion for music and life itself. After years of studying and performing in a huge range of styles including jazz, soul, world and experimental, Imogen has gone in search for a rawer, more heartfelt sound within her songwriting. Telling stories through original folk songs and ballads, Imogen captures time with her weaving melodies, simple instrumentation and lyrics that reach you on a personal level.

A Song For Home is coming to The Treehouse on this Saturday October 5.

More info at siobhancorcoran.com.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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