Becky Siamon
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Becky Siamon

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | SELF

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | SELF
Band Blues Singer/Songwriter

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Breakfast Epiphanies 2012

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Barefoot and light on her feet, singer/songwriter Becky Siamon skirts effortlessly between country and jazz, between blues and reggae - all taking place in a bittersweet musical no-man's land so appealing, you'll forget there's a war on. The songstress, who has been working on her debut record carefully over several years has, at her own pace, built up a dedicated listenership and a sparkling band of friends (who happen to be some of Halifax's top young musicians). When her diverse, dynamic debut record "Breakfast Epiphanies" was launched at Halifax's "In the Dead of Winter" folk festival this past January (2012), the anticipation in the sold-out hall was electric. Breakfast Epiphanies isn't a gussied-up, fancy-pants Becky - it's the real thing, recorded mostly live off the floor, showing exactly what she's capable of in a moment's notice, what kinds of sounds she digs, and who she plays music with. It includes a cameo with banjo story-teller Old Man Luedecke, as well a good chunk of gypsy party band Gypsophilia. Siamon is known as much as a team player as a soloist, having been central to several roots groups in Halifax since moving there from Ontario including Tyler Messick and the Museum Pieces, the Johnson Sisters, The Hurtin' Unit, and Bend the River. She's also been a guest with Manchester-based basso profundo Gabriel Minnikin, profoundly-original troubador Al Tuck, and Gypsophilia.