An edited short bio from the artist’s own website (https://www.siobhan-wilson.com/)
Singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter, library music producer, Siobhan Wilson was born in Elgin, Scotland, UK. She is a trained cellist from St Mary’s Music School of Edinburgh and pianist, guitarist, and composer. Her 2017 album ‘There Are No Saints’ was shortlisted for the Scottish Album of the Year. In subsequent years, she toured the UK, USA and Canada supporting the likes of Suzanne Vega and The Proclaimers and as well as her own sold out headline tour.
The Departure (LP) and Plastic Grave (EP) were released in 2019 on her own D.I.Y record label Suffering Fools Records, which is also the home of her newest album, Survivre, released in November 2021.
As I said, on the previous occasion I mentioned Siobhan Wilson, when I posted a review of a Song, By Toad showcase gig in 2017, the word haunting was invented to provide a one-word description of her act, with her voice and gentle guitar playing totally captivated the audience. She is real talent.
mp3: Siobhan Wilson – Marry You
From the 2019 album, The Departure.
2 thoughts on “SATURDAY’S SCOTTISH SONG : #297: SIOBHAN WILSON”
Love her accent. Song sounds like a demo. Maybe that’s the idea?
Some great records and also excellent live