Sweet Talk Radio
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Sweet Talk Radio

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
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Sweet Talk Radio @ Bodie House Music

Agoura Hills, California, USA

Agoura Hills, California, USA

Jun
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Sweet Talk Radio @ The Hotel Cafe

Los Angeles, California, USA

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sweet Talk Radio @ The Hotel Cafe

Los Angeles, California, USA

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Music

Press


"My first Sweet Talk Radio CD, My Hallelujah, reminds me of my first Simon and Garfunkel CD. I can’t imagine the world without either of them. Brilliant songwriting, gorgeous harmonies and soul stirring delivery. Sweet Talk Radio’s Kathrin Shorr and Tim Burlingame are definitely ones to watch on the new music scene!" - KRFC Radio, Colorado


"With undeniable chemistry both on and off stage, STR create americana-pop songs full of depth and yearning delivered with passion and an earnest desire to connect." - Santa Barbara Independent


"Sweet Talk Radio have delivered a sonic gift that leaves the listener no choice but to smile and whisper a grateful 'hallelujah'." - Performing Songwriter Magazine


"She can write songs you will never get tired of listening to. A beautiful voice and a natural on stage, Kathrin Shorr is an amazing artist we love to invite back every season. A personal Pershing Square staff favorite, she makes fans everywhere
she goes."

- Pershing Square, Downtown Los Angeles. Outdoor Concert Series


"Her songs are beautifully constructed, with telling lyrics, swooping melodies and original chord progressions. And then there’s the way she delivers them: her guitar playing is sparse but fiery, with an inexorable rhythmic drive; and her voice is a beautifully versatile instrument, at times breathy, at times sweet, at times deep, and all the time so strong. Fabulous stuff!" - Kashmir Klub, London


"Captivating material, exceptional musical skill, strong presence and a touch of charm" - Music Connection Magazine


"Music hounds who favor the acoustic-textured sounds of David Gray, Shawn Mullins, Grant Lee Phillips and Duncan Sheik should appreciate Burlingame's crafty pop-rock. With a light rasp
in his voice and a deft way with twisting a lyric - and his guitar strings -
he creates hummable songs that actually say something" - Pasadena Weekly


"A warm and soulful performance, which generates real affection from the audience. Sharp guitar playing!" - WAM TV, Scotland


Discography

"My Hallelujah" is SWEET TALK RADIO’'s debut full length CD!

"We All Fall Down" digital single

"Dotted Lines" digital single

"Broken Things" digital single

"State of the Union", full length CD coming summer 2012.

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Bio

It’s all about chemistry. SWEET TALK RADIO is the husband and wife team of Kathrin Shorr & Tim Burlingame. This dynamic duo, based in Los Angeles, draws on the combination of Shorr's captivating vocals and Burlingame's lyrical guitar. Their music has earned them recurring spots on the iTunes Singer Songwriter chart and the ears of music supervisors on some of today's top tv shows.
 

"With undeniable chemistry both on stage and off, STR create alternative-folk-pop songs full of depth and yearning, delivered with an earnest desire to connect."
                  —Santa Barbara Independent
 
Together, Kathrin and Tim have had songs featured in numerous television series like, "Fairly Legal" (USANetwork), "In Plain Sight" (USANetwork), "Army Wives" (Lifetime), "Beautiful People" (ABC Family) and "Haven" (SyFy Channel) as well as various national commercials. Sweet Talk Radio have opened for or shared the stage with: Colin Hay, Shawn Colvin, The Weepies, Glen Phillips (Toad The Wet Sprocket), Kelly Jo Phelps and Kenny Loggins. Their debut release, "My Hallelujah", much anticipated by their loyal fans, garnered praise from Performing Songwriter Magazine saying, "Sweet Talk Radio have delivered a sonic gift that leaves the listener no choice but to smile and whisper a grateful 'hallelujah.'" BBC Radio2 called it, "Brilliant."