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Former artist of the month Colorado Teresa Storch take to the road this week in The UK Netherlands and Ireland.
How does woman with a degree in Applied Physics become a internationally touring Singer/Songwriter? While studying engineering at the Colorado School of Mines she became obsessed with live music. One show at Red Rocks Amphitheater prompted her to admit aloud “I think need to do that!” The voice in her head just wouldn’t let go. In 2001, after getting laid-off from a job, she began busking in the Boston Subways, finally allowing herself to follow that voice.
Since then, Teresa has become an international live performer of joyful strength and riveting, emotional power. Her soulful-Americana songwriting balances on the fence between folk and jazz, drawing comparisons to Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, and Shawn Colvin. Audience members say it’s like seeing Bonnie Raitt when she first started. She has recorded 3 studio and 2 live albums and toured nationally for 12 years, bringing her songs to theaters, clubs, coffeehouses, and living rooms. In 2009 she returned to Colorado after 10 years in the Boston music scene.
Her latest album “Come Clean“(2014) produced by Philip Parker and Jamie Mefford (Gregory Alan Isakov) has garnered international attention, being chosen for The Top Country/Americana Albums of 2015 by Martin Chilton of The Telegraph (UK). John Apice of No Depression Magazine states “Emmylou Harris would find a wealth of inspiration in these songs…” She was chosen a 2015 GrassyHill New Folk Finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival, selected as an Emerging Artist at the 2015 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, and received Honorable Mention in the 2015 Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Songwriter’s Competition.
“Someday this artist will be in the league with Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, and Roseanne Cash“
~ John Apice, No Depression Magazine ~
But here is what I can give you now:
Oct 11 Folkroom Fortnightly @ The Harrison , 28 Harrison St. Kings Cross WC1H 8JF London, UK 20:00 free entry (headlining)
Oct 12 The Gin Trap 6 High St. Ringstead, Hunstanton, PE36 FJU, Norfolk, UK 20:00pm
Oct 13 Cafe #9 9 Nether Edge Rd. Sheffield, S7 1RU, UK 7:30pm £ 10 (with Gareth Dunlop from Belfast)
Oct 14 Private Event Sheffield, UK
Oct 15 The Albatros Wells-Next-The-Sea NR23 1AH Norfolk, UK 2:00-5:00pm Free entry
Oct 17 The Bedford 77 Bedford Hill SW12 9HD, London, UK 8:30pm Free Entry (showcase with 4 other acts)
Oct 18 The Troubadour 263-267 Old Brompton Rd. Earl's Court, SW5 9JA, London, UK 8:30pm Tickets: £ 5/7 (headlining)
Oct 21 Private Event Gort, Ireland
Oct 24 Darkey Kelly’s 19 Fishamble St. Dublin, Ireland 20:00 free entry (with Tony Floyd Kenna)
Oct 25 Peter en Leni Papenvoort , Papenvoort 15, Papenvoort, NL 20:00 12.5 euro
Oct 28 Margaretha Hardenberg Cultuurcentrum Torenstraat Wildervank, NL 20:00 7.5 euro
Oct 29 Cafe Peter en Leni Damsterweg 20, Steendam, NL 15:00 (donations)
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