Sarah Vann

“Vann’s debut Deafened, a warm, floral roots record that…makes use of the country music she grew up with in her rural Alberta home, her classical piano training, her early love of jazz and the rest of the sounds she discovered during her explorations throughout Canada and travelling abroad….Lyrically, the songs, too, reflect Vann’s personality -from the earnest, heart-hurting yearning of the sweeping title track and the optimistic outlook sailing through the trip-hop-y Stars to the fun, flirty number The Library Song, which acts as an invitation to hot-‘n’-heavy romantic interludes among the Dewey Decimal sorted books and periodicals.” – M. Bell, Calgary Herald

“her music makes you feel like you are on an adventure…”
“This album is impressive and worth the wait.”
M. Dash, Maverick Magazine, UK, 2011

“She’s got a great voice, surprisingly soulful and edgy with a deeper vocal range…”
“…she plays the acoustic guitar beautifully.”
R. Alsharaf, Beat Route Magazine, 2011

“Cuter than hand-knit rainbow mittens strung through a winter coat, these whimsical melodies are therapeutic with notes of wonder, adventure and romance. Her songs float like falling snow and melt your heart.”
Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts, 2011

“”Sarah’s songs are so good. They get stuck in my head all day long. I can’t stop singing! I can’t help it!’”
Eliza, 6, 2011

“I’m 77% more certain that I will come out to your CD release party after watching you perform”
A Local Character, Calgary, 2011

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