Danielle Knibbe + Claire Coupland At Burdock Music Hall

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Danielle Knibbe + Claire Coupland At Burdock Music Hall
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Danielle Knibbe + Claire Coupland At Burdock Music Hall says
We are extremely excited to be doing a show together, and are cooking up some wonderful music for your listening pleasure in one of our favorite venues.

Join us for a very special night of original music by Toronto singer-songwriters Danielle Knibbe and Claire Coupland.
Doors at 8:30pm, show @ 9pm.
$10 at the door
Advance tix sold here! http://burdockto.com/shows/?show=440

Danielle Knibbe

Combining bittersweet vocals, aching lyrics, and indelible melodies, Danielle Knibbe's songs win, and then all too often, break your heart. Walking the thin line between folk and country, she writes about everything from love to loneliness, hope to anguish, innocence to innocence lost. In June of 2016 she released her debut album Some Curious Birds, and spent the summer performing in local bars, living rooms, coffee shops, churches, and backyards across the prairies. These intimate spaces echo the intimacy and familiarity of her lyrics: her stories may not be about you, but you'll think they are.

Claire Coupland

"Her soothing voice and relatable lyrical content on her EP feels like it could have been produced in the 70s-90s, and the present day making it one of the most classic EP releases in recent memory." -Music Existence

Claire Coupland brings a graceful contemporary feel to indie folk. Lush with full and beautiful instrumentation, moving soulful vocals, and addictive melodies, her songs build and breathe, and are written without losing the emotional platform great songs come from. With recent airplay on CBC Radio (All Points West, In The Key of C) for her songs "Alone" and "Mountain Dream", she is making her mark in the Canadian music scene and "emerges as a young artist of real potential" (newcanadianmusic.ca). She captivates listeners with powerful arrangements paired with haunting vocal performances and expressive guitar playing. Simultaneously, she remains light hearted on stage and is sure to make her audience laugh with her natural wit and self deprecating humor. With influences ranging from Joni Mitchell to Fleetwood Mac and Laura Marling, she has adapted her own style and sound using open guitar tunings and finger-picking style guitar.
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