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Sheila Kirsten Hughes
Sheila Kirsten Hughes:vocals, guitar, piano, cello, fiddleChris Hughes:bass, percussion, keysAlex Wolfe Parnes:drums, percussion, lead guitar, keys, backing vocs
About the ArtistEveryone wants to be the sun that lights up your life, but I'd rather be your moon, so I can shine on you during your darkest hour when your sun isn't around."
The Sheila Kirsten Hughes Band was a Semifinalist in the 2007 Independent Music World Series and received an “Honorable Mention” in the 2007 Singer/Songwriter Awards, an international songwriting contest based out of London, England, for "Let It Rain Down." The band was also selected for the 2008-2010 Florida State Touring Roster by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.
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"...solidly accomplished and engaging..."
by Hughes excels at writing and singing…Her liquid voice is perfect for the quiet-but-clear verses that build to comparatively stately crescendos…solidly accomplished and engaging…
"...beautiful, raw emotion in audio form..." by
Beautifully orchestrated, sonic imagery, haunting lyrics, angelic vocals and compelling subject matter amid swelling strings and great production. This best describes the Sheila Kirsten Hughes...
"...an artful project..."
by …a unique brand of mostly acoustic folk-oriented material, spiced with interesting audio treatments…Key to the band’s sonic weave is Hughes’ soulfulness, which lends a consistently moody mien to...
by Hughes is an earnest singer-songwriter who should appeal to fans of Jewel and Sarah McLachlan. 'Perspectives' is an impressive recording thanks to glossy production, Hughes' dramatic vocals and...
"Thumbs definitely up!"
by Thumbs definitely up! I really like this a lot. First of all, the artwork on this is great. . . really interesting arrangement approach. I tell you what, I think this is really good. Thumbs up for...
by ...what can only be described as pure genius...took our collective breaths away...They were just absolutely phenomenal and her voice is haunting.