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Dana Falconberry returns to Toronto for a co-headlining show with Paper Bird on May 5th at the Horseshoe



It’s not often that the little guys come out of SXSW victorious but Dana Falconberry and her bandmates managed to silence crowds and win fans show after show with their ornate, orchestral-tinged folk at this year’s festival!

The band returns to Toronto for a co-headlining show with Paper Bird on May 5th at the Horseshoe.

Download and share “Please Sparrow”.

What the press was saying about Dana Falconberry’s Austin performances:

“Her music is gentle yet intricate: a rusticated chamber music using banjo, cello, and staggered, contrapuntal vocal harmonies with the other women in her band, in songs full of wordless interludes that unfurled a skein of possibilities.”
New York Times

NPR’s All Songs Considered

“On the right day, with the right dreamy light, this’ll hit straight to the heart.”

“I love her and her band so much. So many emotions were felt.”

“With backing vocalists Gina Dvorak and Karla Manzur helping evaporate Falconberry’s ornate ballads into a cappella curlicues, the audience fell silent enough to hear the afternoon breeze bending tree branches overhead.”
Washington Post

Tour Dates:
05.01.13 – Omaha @ The Slowdown Jr.
05.02.13 – Minneapolis @ Studio B at the Skyway Theatre
05.03.13 – Chicago @ Martyr’s
05.04.13 – Traverse City, MI @ The Good Work Collective
05.05.13 – Toronto @ The Horseshoe
05.06.13 – Burlington, VT @ The Monkey House
05.07.13 – Boston @ The Middle East Upstairs
05.08.13 – NYC @ The Mercury Lounge
05.09.13 – Brooklyn @ The Rock Shop
05.10.13 – Philly @ The Tin Angel
05.11.13 – Frederick, MD @ Cafe Nola
05.12.13 – Annapolis @ The Metropolitan
05.13.13 – Cincinnati @ The Comet
05.14.13 – Indianapolis @ Do317 Lounge
(all shows co-headline with Paper Bird except 5/11)

More info on Dana Falconberry
Watch the video for “Lake Charlevoix”
Download and share “Crooked River” off of Leelanau
What the press is saying about Leelanau:
“Falconberry’s songs on Leelanau are like magical but strange little fairy tales. They shimmer and creep.”
NPR’s All Songs Considered named the album to their list of Fall’s Most Anticipated Albums…



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