Ane Brun plus Linnea Olsson

When
Wed Feb 19
Where
Yoshi's San Francisco - Live Music & Japanese Restaurant
Time
8pm
Cost
$24
Tags
Music, Folk

Description

Norwegian singer-songwriter
Wednesday, Feb 19


8pm $24 adv, $29 door

The recording of Ane Brunís new album, It All Starts With One would have been underway as early as 2010, were it not for Peter Gabriel and Ani DiFranco inviting Ane on tour. Much to the frustration of her fast-growing fan base, accumulated over the previous three studio album and periods of hard touring, Ane Brunís own album had to wait. This, however, turned out to be an advantageous move with that year spent on the world tour giving Ane time to write additional songs and allowing for further work on those that already existed. During those magical recording days in Stockholm last spring, no one in the artistís inner circle had any doubt that the time was right, everything just fell into place.

Ane Brun and the albumís producer Tobias Froberg have been friends ever since Ane moved to Sweden from Norway in the early 00s, over which time they have toured and sung several duets together. It was two years ago that they started talking about making an album devoted to Ane Brun together, having grown alongside each other as the two talented and recognized musicians they are, they felt that time was now.

Ane Brun was moving out of the traditional singer-songwriter suit as early as the last album, Changing of the Seasons, and Tobias Froberg completes that trip, and It All Starts With One allows for his own sound to be taken to a new level. He hired two drummers, Per Eklund (Lykke Li, Miike Snow) and Ola Hultgren (Loney Dear, thus Owls) to play together on most of the albumís songs. Martin Hederos (Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Tonbruket) was behind the organs. A large part of what takes place in the musical arrangements is due to the interaction between the evocative rhythm section and Hederosí soaring piano. Froberg only wanted bass on a single song, creating space and movement for Aneís exceptional voice, which was flanked by, among others, the sisters from First Aid Kid (Do You Remember) and Josť GonzŠlez (Worship).

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  1. Yoshi's San Francisco - Live Music & Japanese Restaurant
    1330 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA