Canadian-born singer-songwriter Jane Siberry will be living on the road for the next couple of months. She will be touring North America until Christmas, with a couple of stopovers in the new year.
Probably best known for her duet with fellow Canadian k.d. lang on "Calling All Angels," Siberry started her own record label Sheeba Records in the mid 90s.
Siberry's last album, Sushan the Palace (Hymns of Earth), which was released in 2003 and is a concept album of traditional Christmas songs with a pop twist, but if you're looking for the album in stores you're not likely to find it.
In June Siberry pulled her entire discography off of store shelves and now sells her entire collection of songs exclusively on the Log Cabin, an online store you can find on her website, http://www.sheeba.ca/.
But if you'd rather listen to her tunes live you can catch her all over Canada:
November 15, Edmonton, AB - Sidetrack Cafe
November 16, Regina, SK - The Exchange
November 17, Saskatoon, SK - Broadway Theatre
November 19, Thunder Bay, ON - Community Auditorium
November 20, Thunder Bay, ON - The Outpost
November 21 & 22 - Penticton, BC - Dream Cafe
November 23, North Vancouver, BC - Centennial Theatre
November 24, Victoria, BC - Gibson Auditorium
December 7 & 8 - Toronto, ON - Hugh's Room
December 9, Ottawa, ON - Bronson Centre
December 11, Montreal, QC - Club Soda
January 26, Kingston, ON - Grant Hall
Writer: Michelle Garcia