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Show Review

"People are always afraid to be sad, but I think it's alright, you know?", melancholy soaked folk singer Sharon Van Etten touched on her interview with us. After performing a few of her signature, rose colored songs at Baeble's Guest Apartment (Look for that next week), the sweet as an easily bruised bunch of peaches singer-songwriter talked of her inspirations, influences, aspirations and the beauty of a fluid live show. It's a glimpse inside her mind where being sad is treasured, and her performances are a blend of terrifying social anxiety and excitement. Watch Baeble and Sharon's rooftop rendezvous underneath a bright sun that begs for squinted eyes and shy smiles. - Laura Yan

Artist Bio

Sharon Van Etten is a Jersey born, Tennessee raised, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter. She grew up playing anything placed in front of her: piano, violin, guitar, etc. Later, as her nascent musicality bloomed into full sprung awareness, she joined every choir and musical she could possibly audition for. This eventually lead to Sharon writing her own material, songs she wouldn't start performing live until she moved back to the east coast. In the interim she found her own voice and began a love-affair with the grass-roots style of music that flowers throughout her debut release.


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