MP3 Linn Brown - Mend
"Mend" is a CD of songs about hearts; lost, broken and on the mend; reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and contemporary country.
11 MP3 Songs
FOLK: like Joni, ROCK: 70''s Rock
About Linn Brown
Linn Brown has been writing and playing music for many years. Her songs have been praised as being honest and worldly, old-school and timeless.
Linn plays keyboards and sings. She was part of a songwriter collective at the Red Herring Coffeehouse in Urbana, Illinois, where she sometimes opened and sang back-ups for Dan Fogelberg. She was part of a weekly songwriter line-up, and was a featured artist at the Fall and Spring Folk Festivals. While living in Boston, MA, she played regularly at the Nameless Coffeehouse in Cambridge. In Ithaca, New York, she performed with The Dean Brothers and was a regular performer at The Rongovian Embassy, Nite Court and the State Street Theatre where she opened for Livingston Taylor. Linn lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and has performed at local venues including The Noe Valley Ministry, The Jazz House, The Red Cafe, World One Day, KBBK Studios and Coast Studios.
In years past, Linn''s music could be heard in the form of television news themes and station promotion songs. She has won contests and media awards for her songs, film scores, music for television, lyrics and poetry. "The Ballad of Lorna Hawkins", a song about anti-drive-by shooting crusader, Lorna Hawkins, was used in conjunction with The Million Mom March.
Songs from her CD, "mend", are getting airplay on "The Midnight Special" radio show hosted by Rich Warren, as well as on several internet stations.
Linn comes from a family of performing musicians. She studied music education at the University of Illinois, and arranging and composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Currently, along with writing and recording, Linn provides private music lessons and classes for children with developmental disabilities.