Allison Crowe heading to Europe to promote latest album
Published on September 20th, 2010
City musician Allison Crowe is heading to Europe to promote her newest album "Spiral" Crowe tours Europe at least once or twice each year and is excited her "Spiral" Europa Tournee 2010 which begins later this month, will take her to Frankfurt, Nijmegen, Aachen, Gentilly-Paris, Vienna, Florence, Berlin and Quedlinburg. Continually growing her fan base, Crowe's newest album is sure to please with media outlets broadcasting her praise.
United Kingdom music blog "We Write Lists" declares Crowe is "Canada's finest songwriter" - building on acclaim from MOJO, TimeOut, the BBC and other UK media.
Swedish reviewer Anna Maria Stjärnell says that on "Spiral", Crowe "sings her heart out. She's made yet another album to treasure." Underscoring one of her unique characteristics, this week, "Paris Voice" labels Crowe "one of the best interpreters to come along since Joe Cocker".
Embodying songwriting, as well as interpretative artistry, Crowe brings intense energy and honesty in her performances.
Longtime Canadian radio and television personality, Rick Dennis granted high praise to Crowe to his radio audience, after Crowe's appearance at "Special Woodstock", this summer.
"You really have to see Allison Crowe live," Dennis said. "The way she splits those notes, it's like light through a prism - all the colours of a song."
While on tour Crowe will be joined by guest artists, Holland's Leontine Snoeren, France's Emily B. Green; and Canadian-Brazilian Billie Rocha-Woods.