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missing, Canada
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Erin is a singer and multi instrumentalist, she has completed recording her first full length album with Mario Thaler, producer of the amazing bands the Notwist, Lali Puna and Ms John Soda, at Uphon Studios in Weilheim, Germany. Roger O'Donnell long time keyboard player with The Cure was the musical director of 'You are Found'. Other guest apearances include Martin Gretchman of The Notwist and Christoph Brandner of Lali Puna.

Erin is from a creative and musical background having grown up in Montreal Canada with a puppeteer mother and father the rock bass player for April Wine. She played bass in all variety of bands across the US and Canada including a stint on keyboards in engrossing pop punk group TUULI, before meeting Roger O'Donnell the keyboard player for The CURE who encouraged her to focus on her songwriting. Erin and Roger began writing together in 2002 and loved the results. Erin moved to the UK, put a band together and began work on her first album at the Pear Tree Sudios in Devon. Erin sings on 4 songs of Roger's solo record "The Truth in Me" which was released last fall on Great Society Records in New York.

As well as bass and singing Erin plays trumpet accordion and theramin which makes for an eclectic sound and live show which varies as other musical friends in different towns clamber onto the stage with harps cellos or ukuleles.