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Sunday, January 11, 2009
Tone Indbryn is a songwriter who creates pieces which reach forward from a varied blend of contemporary and folk influences resulting in a style that is both traditional and current. She has been performing for audiences for the past thirteen years on and off while taking time for her son and education. She has produced two cd's with one of her pieces used in the award winning independent film "the Gutter Diaries" written and directed by Josh Witall. She was part of Best of Vancouver for her children's music classes in Vancouver magazine and was in the top five finalists for the first annual Vancouver Folk Slam. Some of her festival performances include Fearless Festival 08, Celtic Fest 06/07 which she co-wrote and performed "Brigid and her Magical Cauldron, Mayworks 05 which she co produced a Mothers Day Cabaret. Her radio appearances include CITR and Co-op Radio. Tone is both entertaining and engaging in live settings, combining refreshing on stage banter with some lyrical and vocal abilities to create a room vibe that draws her audiences to her performances. Utilizing an honest approach to songwriting that everyone can identify with, Tone's original repertoire moves form emotional delicacy to uninhibited seething anger, while keeping personal with her well tempered sense of humor. She has performed in Vancouver for many different events some of which include The Railway Club Connect night with Tamra Nile, featured at The Cottage Bistro, Montmartre Cafe, The Railway Club, The Rockwood House in Sechelt and The Purple Crab. She hosted The Vancouver Folk Slam and The Purple Crab open stage. She has done extensive work with children and families in the Vancouver area and has been part of Moon Festival, and Public Dreams creating large scale instillations with children.Tone Indbryn writes honest music,which takes the listener on an emotional train trip through the soul.