Siân Brown is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, performer, dancer, multi-instrumentalist and music therapist currently residing in Cork city, Ireland.
With deeply personal, intelligent lyrics and hypnotic melodies, her music is as passionate as it is thought provoking. Influenced by a plethora of musical genres her poetic word weaving, guitar playing and heartfelt vocals captivates any audience. Emotionally-charged, yet playful, she can evoke both tears and laughter at any given performance.
Siân has recorded and toured two albums as a solo artist recording both albums, 'Blue Ruin' and 'The Girl From No Where', with experienced producer Louise McCormick, and her husband John Crone, in Manor studios Cobh. Louise and John have been a huge support and have provided invaluable guidance throughout Siân's career. While touring, Siân has also opened for renowned Irish artists such as Cathy Davey and Mick Flannery. She is currently writing her third solo album. Her original music has been praised commercially and has been given much airplay by RTE Radio 1 DJ's John Creedon and Alf McCarthy amongst others.
In addition to her solo career Siân also fronts an electro-punk performance project, known as Lambdancer, with her producer and husband Darqhorse. In Lambdancer, Siân appears under the guise of her alter ego 'Moonbird'. Donning many fun and colourful costumes and wigs, she melds her two favourite passions - lyrics and dancing. The Lambdancer duo have played many gigs and Irish festivals while also releasing a very different album entitled 'd.u.m.b.'
Siân is currently collaborating with other artists and producers in the hopes of releasing several different projects in the near future.
Siân Brown also holds a music therapy MA and works with both children and adults with special needs using music as a therapeutic tool of change. Specialising in therapeutic songwriting, Siân uses her honed skills to help others express their pent up emotions through song. In addition Siân provides coaching in songwriting and teaches the guitar.