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Emily Arin

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With her plaintive, at times delicate voice, singer/songwriter Emily Arin weaves tales concerned with the heavy graces of being human. She explores experiences where shadows and light converge and transformation is offered as a possibility. Deep in the bones of Arin’s songs, one can trace the wide-ranging mix of influences from Hank Williams and Memphis Minnie to Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake, Caetano Veloso, Tom Waits, Sybille Baier and Gillian Welch.

In late summer of 2007 Arin moved from her native Los Angeles to Schuyler County, NY to focus on developing her songwriting skills without the distractions of the big city. Since relocating to the Southern Tier, she has expanded her body of work, performed regularly in Ithaca and New York City, debuted in Austin, Texas and been joined by a stellar backing band.

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  • shivaki07

    http://lamuzi.blogspot.be/2012/09/recenzje-nowosci-dzindzer-projekt-we.html Jeśli ktoś z was jeszcze nie wie czym objawia się choroba „funky groove” koniecznie zapoznajcie się z krakowską kapelą Dżindżer projekt. „We Just Want To Be Heard” - tak nazwali swoja debiutancką ep-kę. Czy im się udało? Na pewno każdy wytrawny słuchacz dotrzeć do nich powinien i zdziwię się jeśli wyszukując jakichkolwiek nowości nie trafi na tak barwny zespół. Zresztą, posłuchajcie sami.

    11 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Meyoshiam

    It was great getting to see you here in Austin Emily. Good luck recording your new album and hope to see you round here again soon. Greg

    19 Oct 2009 Reply