was raised in her mother’s studio in Vancouver. At the tender age of 12 she already recorded her own songs, which she toured some years later Europe with as a street musician. Gaining life experience she now expresses in her grown up folk songs.
I was born in 1982! No song. No clue.
There is no option! This is the quintessential bath-tubbing song.
We'd fight over the record player and settle on something like, «I Am Bound For The Promised Land» by Alfred G. Karnes. A song we are both obsessed with at the moment.
Although it might just confuse them.
This song completely transforms reality. One minute I'm driving down the road, the next thing you know I've transformed into some kind of fantasy creature flipping around in phosphorescent water.
This is my sleepy-time anthem. I have fallen asleep to this song at least a hundred times. Most calming thing ever.
I'd pretend I was fishing with John.
She makes me feel like everything is going to be alright.
Of course to set the mood just right I would have to go with the timeless romantic ballad.
I think it would give me the confidence to do such a thing.
And then I watch movies for eight hours straight.
The Spanish Catalan cellist. And I would have to be in some old private library in London drinking whiskey by the fire place.
very song becomes creepy when I stay in spooky hotels. Especially when I tour alone. So I would go for gold with «Daddy Come And Get Me» by Dolly Parton. But only with one earphone in so I can still hear the footsteps of an axe murderer or a ghost if one should happen to choose me as its victim.
This song just makes me feel chipper and fresh.