Thursday March 22,
'Foot In Heart'
Award-winning singer Colleen Brown plays Bozzini's
Released by Mano, Bozzini's Restaurant
is a singer/ songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based out of Edmonton,
AB, Canada. She has steadily gained momentum since she first
self-released her 2nd album FOOT IN HEART in 2008, with regular airplay
on CBC, CKUA and college stations across Canada (6 weeks in the !earshot
Chart's Top Ten folk/roots). An Alberta Emerging Artist Award followed,
and various song placements- including a CBC Radio 2 TV Commercial (the
song Love You Baby) and 2 full-length features 'Campus Radio' & 'The
Pharmacist'- both in theatres across Canada this fall.
FOOT IN HEART was re-released in 2010 with Emm Gryner's Dead Daisy
Records & Outside Music, and Colleen toured extensively across Canada
that year, playing music festivals, concert halls and clubs. Brown
played 2010's Edmonton Folk Fest, and has shared stages with Jakob
Dylan, Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo, Hawksley Workman, Brandi Carlisle,
Kathleen Edwards, Hannah Georgas, Dan Mangan, Frank Black, and Don
MacLean, among others. She also toured across Canada this last October
with Canadian folk/rock icons Crash Test Dummies.
In addition Colleen was a winner in the 2010 All Albertan Song Contest
for the song 'Western Fire', co-written with Colin Cripps. (Sarah
MacLachlan, Kathleen Edwards, Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy Band)
On October 21st 2011 Colleen released her 3rd full-length album of
originals; Colleen Brown's DIRT.
The new album contains 13 indelible folk/pop gems, including the award
winning composition Fight! Fight! Fight! (Harvard Broadcasting/New Music
West 2011 Songwriting Award) and a co-write with Pierre Marchand (Sarah
MacLachlan's regular producer/co-writer). The songs are strung together
seamlessly with a narrative written by the artist.
Colleen Brown next Thursday March 29
This will be a real gem of a show featuring Colleen and her guitarist.
Showtime is 8:00 Tables available from 6:00
Tickets only $ 10 available at Bozzini's or call 604 792 0744
Listen to Colleen here:
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