Breanne Düren Talks "Sparks", Her '70s Folk-Pop Influences, and More
Mon, 22 Aug 2011 06:40:33
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Singer Breanne Düren, whose voice is as sweet as honey, sat down with ARTISTdirect.com to talk about the beautiful, lively chaos – such as meeting new people and seeing places she had never seen before-- that inspired her new EP Sparks.
As a vocalist, Düren maintains that her focus is making sure the songs are great and that the vocal "really shines." She also says she has a tendency to think that sonically, everything else will fill in the space and carry the vocal. We like the way she sings and the way she thinks.
Düren also said her Joni Mitchell is one of her biggest influences, and that her parents are huge fans of Mitchell. Other '70s folk-pop artists like Carole King and James Taylor also draw her in and inspire her. She revealed that she loves the unique female voices, which is why she listens to a contemporary like Adele, too! Hey, Breanne, we love unique female voices too and that's why we love you.
She's adorable, isn't she?
Enjoy our exclusive video chat with the lovely and talented Breanne Duren.
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See Breanne perform "Gold Mine" acoustically for ARTISTdirect.com here!