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Sept. 1: Seattle Folk Singer-Songwriter Tai Shan 

Tai Shan’s music inspired by popular books

She performs Sept. 1 with Songwriters at Play at Sculpterra Winery

Tai ShanSeattle Folk Singer-Songwriter Tai Shan will be on tour this August and September and make a stop in Paso Robles. She will be performing on September 1 from 1-4 p.m. with Songwriters at Play at Sculpterra Winery. She will be touring the west coast with my latest EP ‘Cool to Be Weird,’ each song is inspired by a different book spanning from The Shinning by Stephen King to The Sneetches by Dr. Suess.

Seattle City Arts magazine describes folk rock Seattle musician Tai Shan as “like hugging a total stranger, kind of awkward and totally wonderful.” CultureMob raves ” Tai Shan sings as if the world was unaware of beauty, and it is her task to describe it. She knows each goosebumps-raising frequency, and proves that whole worlds can exist in a five minute song.”

Tai Shan has shared the stage with Washington’s Governor Gregoire when Tai performed her environmental song, “Tiny Planet.” The song was later featured in the HBO documentary The Search for Turtle Island. Tai Shan has been featured in international film series such as Highlander, ArtZone, Tales from Patchwork farms radio shows Weekday with Steve Scher, PDX Podcasts and NPR and she has performed at regional venues such as Bumbershoot Festival, The Moore Theater, Folklife Festival, Health and Harmony Festival and Benaroya Hall. Recently she has been performing as a featured singer-songwriter with the Bushwick Book Club along with the Seattle Rock Orchestra.



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