Sarah Harmer's new album, All of Our Names, could just as easily be called Short Stories from Quaker Valley. That's because each of Harmer's slice-of-life songs, largely written at her rural home near Kingston, Ontario, boasts a rich narrative. Whether it's a wintry walk in the countryside ("Pendulums"), a romantic crush ("Almost") or a thoughtful reflection on human potential ("Dandelions in Bullet Holes"), the celebrated Canadian singer-songwriter magnifies those experiences into captivating stories, full of imagery and insight-much as she did on her acclaimed debut, You Were Here, which Rolling Stone called "marvelously compelling" and Time voted best debut CD of 2000.
Tickets on sale April 23rd, 2010
Added by Rachel Soares on April 1, 2010