Brigid Dineen
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Brigid Dineen

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It seems that Brigid Dineen has always been finding ways to fit music into her life. Singing has always brought her joy, but when she was sixteen, Brigid discovered that she also had a lot to say. She began to build her dream – first by writing, and now by performing live shows – one step at a time.

Brigid still remembers the first time she played at an open stage. It was at Shakespeare’s Café on Bloor Street in Toronto. We all know how those things go – everyone for him or herself, only one or two people half-listening. When Brigid took the stage and began to sing, her purpose in this life made itself known. Silence befell the room. Crowds of passers-by gathered around the open storefront to listen to her enchanting voice. “The high I felt from that experience still uplifts me when I think about it,” Brigid says.

When it comes to her passion for music, Brigid contends:

“The thing about music is that it has the power to connect people. You go through what feels like the loneliest experience of your life, only to find that someone else has not only gone through the same thing, but they’ve written a song about it. Sometimes it’s the whole song, sometimes it’s just one line. But for that brief moment, you’re connected…and that’s what it’s all about.”

Brigid Dineen has the ability to engage people, whether it’s one person she’s singing to in her living room, or a roomful of people at a busy downtown café. She has yet to perform a show where audience members have not expressed their awe at her raw sincerity and musical gift. Brigid has made a number of appearances at Toronto’s popular Free Times Café, as well as the Renaissance Café, the Cameron House, Graffiti’s, and more. Brigid takes her music with her wherever she goes. While in Vancouver, she played at the Coppertank, and in Ireland, she played at the popular Killarney pub, Tatler Jack. One pub at a time, people around the globe are experiencing the honesty of her stories, and for a brief moment, they are connected.