Monthly Archives: October 2013

 

Above Abiquiu

Posted in Music, News by shauna

In New Mexico there is a small town called Abiquiu with an old adobe house sitting on a hill with a view of the breathtaking mesa’s and landscape of the southwest. This is where Georgia O’Keeffe lived and worked and drew much of the inspiration for her beautiful paintings. James

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Grab Violet Now in Pre-Sale!

Posted in Music, News by shauna

You can now purchase Violet exclusively here at ShaunaBurns.com for the Pre-Sale! Thank you so much! 🙂 You can use these “buy” links here or the “buy” links on the bottom of either album page for Violet or A Winter Gathering. – Violet Pre-sale Oct 8 – 22 – Violet

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Violet Pre-Sale

Posted in Music, News by shauna

The release of Violet is coming up fast! Thank you so much for the thoughtful messages about the music, I’m so grateful for all the support and kindness! Truly! 😀 You can use these “buy” links here or the “buy” links on the bottom of either album page for Violet

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Thistle Glen Podcast ~ Painting the Music

Posted in Music, News, Podcast by shauna

Painting the Music Welcome to Thistle Glen episode #52 – It’s a late night working on the music, but we are so close! So happy to announce Violet will be released on Oct 22! With a very special pre-sale Oct 8-22 only at ShaunaBurns.com. Painting the music of Violet and

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#1 on Reverbnation

Posted in Music, News by shauna

Big hugs to everyone! #1 on Reverbnation right now! 😀 10/3/13

The Eclectic Ear Review

Posted in Music, News, Press by shauna

A big thank you to The Eclectic Ear for some very sweet words about the music! “I was delighted to come across the music of Shauna Burns. As a longtime fan of Celtic music (and the genealogy to match) , I have a special affinity to Irish music and Shauna’s

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Skope Review of Little Song

Posted in Music, News, Press by shauna

A nice think you to Skope for a kind review of “Little Song”! “Personally when listening to Shauna’s music I can hear both English and Irish influences, bands and artists such as The Smiths, U2 and The Cure come to mind in a respectful way. Dramatic changes between songs such

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