Germany 2014 tour dates are now listed under Shows! The list continues to grow as I’ll be supporting Alin Coen Band from Jan 16-Feb 1 and tacking on some solo shows in Berlin, Hamburg and so on. Will post as confirmed! Tell me your ideas! Wir sehen uns bald Deutschland!
Friends, I’m delighted to announce that I will be returning to Germany in January 2014 for a string of dates supporting my dear friends, the Alin Coen Band. I will post the dates and cities very soon, just a few loose ends to tie up in the plans.
In other news, I have an album’s worth of new songs and am scouting out the best possible way to capture them and hurry them straight to your divine listening ears!I have undergone some intense writing periods over the last year and a half and the results are deeply satisfying and very personal. I’m so thankful for good friends and fellow artists who keep me convinced to keep going.
“You’re not crazy, you’re a poet!”
Peace and love. e.
Summer road tripping has begun after some intensive solo rehearsing in the dome. Going to be trying out some new songs tomorrow night, the first of my summer dates. Promise to snap some pictures! Wish me luck xx
June 13 – The Wild Scallion, Penticton BC (solo MEB w Chimney Swallows)
June 15-16 – Tiny Lights Festival, Ymir BC (MEB, Morlove)
June 18 – House Concert, Gibsons BC (MEB w Chimney Swallows)
June 19 – Cranberry Community Hall, Powell River BC (MEB w CS)
June 20 – Merlin’s Sun Theatre, Victoria BC (MEB w CS)
June 21, 22 – Campbell Bay Music Festival (MEB)
July 26-27 – Kispiox Music Festival, Hazelton BC (Morlove)
August 2-4 – Artswells Festival, Wells BC (MEB, Morlove)
Further Details under ‘Shows’
I’m overjoyed to announce that my band Morlove will release our new album Old Tomorrow on Tuesday April 23, 2013. Find all the details, videos, pics, album stream at www.morlove.ca.
Here’s the album cover – the artwork is a real quilt made for us by Toronto textile artist Louise Dixon.
We will immediately jump in the band wagon with dates in BC, AB, ON and QC between April 24-May 22, 2013. Hope to see you somewhere along the way!
Here is a list of the tour dates:
April 24 – Cumberland BC – The Cumberland Hotel
April 25 – Victoria BC – Merlin Sun Theatre
April 26 – Shawnigan Lake BC – O.U.R. Ecovillage
April 27 – Errington BC – Errington Hall
April 29 – Vancouver BC – The Media Club
April 30 – Sunnybrae BC – House Concert – contact email@example.com for details
May 1 – Invermere BC – Buds Bar and Lounge
May 2 – Calgary AB – The Cliff House with Kris Ellestad – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
May 3 – Edmonton AB – The Haven
May 4 – Jasper AB – Jasper Legion
May 5 – Chase BC – Golden Ears Coop Farm
May 16 – Kemptville ON – The Branch
May 17 – Ottawa ON – The Gallery Studios
May 18 – Toronto ON – TBA
May 19 – Hamilton ON – The Baltimore Hotel with Wax Mannequin and The Donefors
May 21 – Iroquois ON – St. John’s Anglican Church
May 22 – Montreal QC – Casa Del Popolo
Where is Emily Brown? Why isn’t she playing any shows? Friends, we’ve been busy recording Old Tomorrow, the new Morlove record. For those who haven’t heard, Morlove is the band I started with my good friend Corwin Fox. We write all the songs together and then invite our ridiculously talented friends to play on them. Namely Hannah Epperson on violin, Christina Zaenker on cello, Jake Jenne on drums and special guests like Neil Burnett on the harp and Manjinder Benning on tablas. We are lucky to know these incredible people!
Over the last two years we’ve been writing an album based on the theme of Pattern. Using patterns in nature, patterns humans have based on nature (weaving, architectural, musical scales), and patterns in human behaviour, we have written a collection of songs to attempt to reconnect individuals to their communities and surroundings.
It’s been an exciting summer of festivals! The highlight for me was ArtsWells Festival in remote Wells BC. Wells is an old gold-rush town that was mostly deserted until re-inhabited by outdoors enthusiasts and artists. This incredible landscape, gateway to Wells Gray Park, is an inspiring site for a fest.
Well friends, we did it! We raised $4000 through Wire Wood Wind sales and additional donations to fund the making of this beautiful autoharp and to cover the costs of EP duplication. A successful fundraiser indeed. I picked up the ‘harp on the way through Seattle last week and have been getting to know her chords and strings. There is a remarkable clarity in her tone and wait til you hear her through a sound system! Bass galore!
So here’s a pic of the beauty and once again thank you all for your support! I also assure you that I have here the paperwork for full-on international instrument insurance so this doesn’t happen again…!
Miss EMily BroWN
Spent a beautiful day with the Exclaim! folks in Toronto and filmed a video on my old pal Matt Morgan’s porch. Later I played an opening set across the street at Saving Gigi for the National Sheild. Thanks to Matt, Roberto and crew!
Springtime in Montreal inspired Van Royko and I to capture ‘Back to the Woods’ in its appropo setting. Featured is a harp from D’Aigleharps on loan until mine is finished. To support the cause, please order a copy of Wire Wood Wind click here! Video sound by Emory Murchison and sound mix by Kyle Stanfield.
First of all, thank you SO much for your CD and download orders of Wire Wood Wind EP and other donations above and beyond.
Through online orders, half a dozen live events and gifts from friends and family, we’ve raised $2620. That leaves $1480 left to go. The total goal of $4100 covers the manufacturing of 1000 copies of the fundraiser EP Wire Wood Wind and the cost of a custom built autoharp by Pete D’Aigle of D’Aigle Harps in Seattle WA. For the full story click HERE.
The autoharp is now built and ready for pickup in Seattle, so that’s just where I’m headed That gives us one week to raise the final $1480!
Please order your copy of Wire Wood Wind EP HERE and forward the link to friends and family that might also enjoy it.
Thanks so much everyone! I’m really looking forward to writing some new music on this amazing instrument.