Unmistakably Nordic in flavor, Sofia Talvik somehow still conforms to American interpretations of her own original music, a North Sea siren blending sparkle and melancholy, creating a special niche of folk music.
It’s time to brush off the snow from Lil’ Chief and hit the road. Actually I don’t think snow will be the problem in July, the problem will be keeping cool.
We are heading out for a 4 month tour all the way from the East Coast to the West Coast and into CA and AZ. It will be a lot of shows and I hope to see you at any of them. Many of the shows already have tickets for sale, and if you want to come see me I would suggest buying your ticket as soon as possible.
Go HERE to find where I am playing close to you, and don’t forget to let your friends know as well!
When it’s a rainy day and the tour is nearing its end, it’s nice to look back at some of your favorite shows. My pedal steel player Tim Fleming joined me for a week in Tennessee for Americana Fest at the beginning of this tour and one of our shows was captured on video. Here we are performing at Liberty Arts Center. Thank you so much to Pie for inviting us to play and to the wonderful camera team!
I’m currently touring around Ireland in a Craic N Campers camper van. And I recorded this little song today that will be on my upcoming album. If you like it and want to support the tour, feel free to hit the green button on the top of this page and donate a gallon of gas 🙂
Staying away from rainy Hamburg doesn’t seem like an option, and I keep coming back time after time. This weekend I had this great little write up in Hamburger Abendblatt, and was also invited to do a Hamburger Küchensession.