Tara Crowther

Tara Crowther

BandPopSinger/Songwriter

Tara Crowther band plays everything from dance-able pop rock to sensitive crossover ballads. Passionate lyrics and vocal performance paired with energetic and intricate guitar work makes for an entertaining and rocking event.

Biography

Tara Crowther's music is a blend of pop rock and soulful acoustic ballads. With the ability to transend from a heavily driven rock song to an acoustic ballad with crossover potential, Tara shows a vast vocal range that is willing and eager to tackle almost any genre of music.

When listening to Tara Crowther you will hear many things; emotion, rock, and a powerful sound that is driven by personal lyrics. Having previously written with the likes of producer Brian Howes (Hedley, Hinder), and playing with such legendary Canadian rock bands as Trooper, at the age of twenty-three Tara continues to expand her unique sound. Tara is currently writing an album's worth of material with multi Juno, multi platinum and Peoples Choice winner Nick Gilder.

Lyrics

Always

Written By: Tara Crowther

Always

Ive never had to stop myself before,
'cause I'm smart enough to know this shouldn't work,
But everytime we talk I lose my inhibitions,
There's something over me, and you're the one I blame...

All this silence I can't take,
All this pretense feels so fake,

You always say one day, but someday I'm waiting for you to say always,
Swear one day, but lately I don't see it in your eyes,
You just keep saying maybe... Always...

I should have never let this go so fast,
'cause you're telling me it's alright even when,
everytime I try to get some kind of answer,
You look me in the eye and give me empty words...

All this silence I can't take,
All this pretense feels so fake,

You always say one day, but someday I'm waiting for you to say always,
Swear one day, but lately I don't see it in your eyes,
You just keep saying maybe... Always...

Set List

Drowning

The Line

Heavy

Whole Lotta Love (Cover)

Always (Acoustic)

Meant That Way (Acoustic)

One In A Million (Acoustic)

Typical

Johnny Come Lately

Don't Stop Believing (Cover)