I’m teaming up with my fellow Swedes Secret Circus for a show in Roswell, NM on January 18th. Being a X Files fan I can’t wait to get there! Vision Magazine in New Mexico did an interview with me in December and you can check it out here! (page 10) Or simly read it below.
Live in Valpo, IN
I’m playing live in Valparaiso, IN tonight, July 27th, at The Cornucopia Coffee House, and here’s a little write-up about the show! Read it here!
Upcoming Ohio dates and Scene magazine!
I’m in the Buckeye state! That’s Ohio for all of you who are not familiar with this somewhat weird nick name. I actually had to look up what it means and here’s what I found out. Not only did the state have a lot of Buckeye trees but William Henry Harrison who ran for president in 1840 used a log cabin made out of buckeye wood his trademark and the name of the tree itself comes from the markings on the nut that resembles the eye of a buck, the Indians called it “hetuck” or “buckeye.” So that’s today’s history lession for you. Now, let’s focus on what’s yet to come!
I’m doing a bunch of gigs here in the Buckeye state and I hope to see you there of course! Here’s all upcoming Ohio dates:
Monday, 07/09 Cleveland, OH Barking Spider Tavern
Wednesday, 07/11 Akron, OH Acoustix Cafe
Thursday, 07/12 Akron, OH Annabells Bar and Lounge
Friday, 07/13 Columbus, OH Woodland Tavern
Tuesday, 07/17 Cincinnati, OH Sitwell’s Coffee House
Wednesday, 07/18 Cincinnati, OH Mayday Northside
Thursday, 07/19 Dayton, OH South Park Tavern
For times and ticket links please visit my gig page here!
Cleveland’s Scene Magazine hooked up with me a while ago to pick my brains about the gigs here in Cleveland and you can read all about it here!
TOANWTS review in Lira
Swedish music mag Lira recently published an interview about my tour and wrote a really nice review for my new album The Owls Are Not What They Seem or as I like to call it “TOANWTS”. As the magazine isn’t available outside Sweden, I’m sharing a translated extract of the review with you here:
[quote] What really lifts the songs are the symphonic but soothingly so produced string arrangements, the playful flute and not to mention – the warm-sounding trombone. The musicians give the songs the very personality you’re longing for, especially at the times when the soloists step outside the harmonious sound. My fondness for the singer/songwriter genre is not particularly large but Sofia Talvik’s music captures, touches and radiates at the same time an indefinable beauty. [/quote]
Lira writes about the Drivin’ & Dreaming tour
Swedish music magazine Lira has just published an interview with me about my tour! Unfortunately the interview is not online yet but you can always go to Sweden to pick up a copy 😉