BeRn from Ireland Live on the Music Daily Show Nov 7th

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Tune in to the Music Daily Show Live at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MusicDailyCommunity/ on Saturday Nov 7th to enjoy a live set performed by Singer-Songwriter BeRn, streaming live for us from Ireland. http://www.bernmusic.ie/
Virtual Doors Open:
11am PST / 12pm MST / 1pm CST / 2pm PST / 7pm GMT

Singer/songwriter/guitarist and poet BeRn, calls her stuff ‘Frock’ – an eloquent mix of folk, punk angst, rock ‘n’ roll, feminism, ire, laughter and irrepressible spirit. Raw and uplifting, she takes to the stage with a fiery presence offering a heady mix of emotion and rebellion.


“A real colorful individual with her saucy, unusual, punky, spicy, joyful songs”
To date Bern has recorded 3 albums and a new EP: Tales from my Back Pocket, which had a U.S. release in Nashville, TN in March 2019.


The video for BeRn’s repeal the 8th song ‘Pope’ was chosen for the Dublin International short film and music video festival in October 2018. (see youtube link above for Pope video)BeRn has opened for Martha Wainwright in San Francisco, played the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The Copenhagen Songwriter’s Festival. Plus many venues: bars, pubs, theatres, house concerts and festivals in Ireland.She has shared stages with Patti Smith, Shane McGowan, Indigo Girls plus many more…

BeRn! Live on the Music Daily Show October 9th 2020

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Check our BeRn’s published interview for the Music Daily Show fresh off the press today! BeRn INTERVIEW

Bern is streaming live from Ireland for the MusicDailyShow on FB.
See you at the show!
venue – http://MusicDailyShow.com
virtual doors open – 12pm PST / 1pm MST / 2pm CT / 3pm EST / 8pm GMT

https://www.facebook.com/events/2651114315218881

Singer/songwriter/guitarist and poet BeRn, calls her stuff ‘Frock’ – an eloquent mix of folk, punk angst, rock ‘n’ roll, feminism, ire, laughter and irrepressible spirit. Raw and uplifting, she takes to the stage with a fiery presence offering a heady mix of emotion and rebellion.

“One of my favorite times playing was in the main square in Havana, Cuba. On learning that I was a performer from Ireland I was given a guitar and I walked around the packed square singing and playing to all the punters in the bars and restaurants. It was amazing the response I received. I also played twice on the same bill as Patti Smith at the Fillmore West in San Francisco in the 90’s. Wowser” – BeRn