Photo of Norine Braun - Singer-Songwriter
musicNorine Braun - Singer-Songwriter(she/her)
Original Music
placeVancouver BC
1 Events Performed
I am traveling as a duo through Alberta Edmonton area June 1- 2, Calgary area 16/17. Emotional, heartfelt and eclectic Norine Braun is an award winning bluesy roots rock and jazz singer-songwriter.
Vancouver based singer-songwriter recording artist, Norine Braun released her 13th album, the groove oriented Songs For Trees in 2022. Thanks to a Canada Council For the Arts Award and a First Peoples’ Cultural Council Award, Norine set her musings during the ongoing pandemic to focus on climate change and the healing power of trees. Norine has created a transformational musical walk through a west coast forest to help enlighten and inspire. Described as bluesy roots rock, groove oriented eclectic, emotional and heartfelt.originals. "Songs For Trees is unlike any other album I've ever heard. It's beautiful and genius.” Taylor Williams SubbaCultcha The Vancouver Sun named it as one of 5 slum you need to hear! Singer-songwriter Norine Braun has been cleverly crafting and honing her wise and confident musicianship with 13 independently released albums to her credit. This Canadian artist bridges the gap between singer/songwriter and a rock-and-roll performer. Blending timeless elements such as roots rock, blues, soul, jazz and country, Braun presents these genres to audiences around the nation with a bold freshness. With comparisons to Joni Mitchell, kd lang, and Patti Smith, Braun’s eclectic approach to songwriting and heartfelt performance techniques are the fundamentals of her solid reputation with her local music scene and beyond. She has received recognition from events such as the LA Music Awards, The Best Female Musicians magazine and the winner of the international songwriting competition Artists Inspired By Literature. In 2016 Norine Braun released her 10th full- length album to critical acclaim, including a Canada Council For The Arts award and is nominated for a 2018 Western Canadian Music Award. A masterful body of creative work titled "Gone To The Spirits" is based on the engaging and dramatic life story of a Two Spirit, Ktunaxa prophet, messenger, chief and guide. Gone- To-The-Spirits lived in the early and mid-19th century in what is now known as southeastern BC, Canada and appeared in the journals of explorers and fur traders of the time period. This was followed by Braun’s Riding The Rails tour across Canada by train as the Via Rail on board artist last fall. The tour went from Vancouver to Toronto and Toronto to Halifax via Ottawa, Quebec City and Montreal with shows in each city. Following the tour Norine was awarded a scholarship to attend the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity as Musician in Residence November and December 2017 where she began synthesizing her train experience and the writing of her compositions and lyrics for her album based on her train tour called Through Train Windows.
Art type: Live Music
Music type: Original Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Genre: Singer/SongwriterBluesJazz
Home base: Vancouver BC
Appeals most (but not limited) to: Adults with diverse and eclectic tastes.
Top Venues Performed/Exhibited *
Khatsahlano Fest
Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Festival
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Calgary June 17 and Edmonton June 1 or 2