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Laura Keating Live at Mulberry


The world around her is suddenly in closer view.

She writes about the things she sees, the things she hears and the things she  feels. It goes deep.

Laura Keating is a Hamilton-born folk-rock singer-songwriter who engages audiences with her personal stories which are the framework of vibrant melodies. When Keating plugs in her acoustic guitar, away she goes, with vocals that deliver the gentleness and power needed to soothe the soul or wake up the mind. She's on a journey to the heart and soul of life and she invites you along for the ride!

Her collection of songs is derived from a passionate heart and delivered with a compelling percussive style… sometimes mellow and reflective, sometimes raw and edgy but always emotional to the core.  Keating thrives on telling a good story, so there's always a message in her songs.

It can be the simple turn of a phrase, or a gaze at a rippling wave, that triggers a song into existence. Finding beauty in unexpected places entices her to write words which provoke thoughts about our own lives.

Honesty is everything and Keating exposes this fragility on stage and in her debut album Let Me Tell You, being released November, 2017.

Being the youngest sibling surrounded by musical brothers, music was always in front of her. From the early age of seven, Laura was toting around a guitar; then playing the piano to death in her teens; not surprisingly, writing her first songs at the tender age of fifteen. It was her passion then and is again, today

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Music found Laura when she needed it most and her songs speak volumes. Her music is the sum of her parts and she wants to share it with you.

Watch Laura Keating stir passion into performances at local live music venues, patios, fundraisers and house concerts.

For your copy of her debut album Let Me Tell You, contact

Laura on Facebook at LauraKeatingMusician or email

laurakeating.music@gmail.com. Digital uploads and website coming soon.

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Omeri Live at Mulberry


Omeri is a singer and song writer inspired by 70’s R&B and pop classics. Growing up with this music constantly playing on the radio in the background at home, he naturally began singing along and cultivating his own sound. Shortly after he began writing original compositions and entertaining his friends. Growing up in the inner city of Buffalo, New York, his turbulent teen years brought about new experiences and aspirations of dancing and performing professionally. He spent time developing his dance skills and eventually auditioned for Americas Best DanceCrew. Continuing down the pathway of the aspiring entertainer he purchased his first guitar and continued to write. This writing tradition continues today. As fate would have it Omeri auditioned for and signed with an independent label Three 2 Go Music which is dedicated to the development of young talent. The influence of John Mayer, Darius Rucker, Kem, and Lauryn Hill are clearly heard in his music. The single release “Day Dreamin” is also the title of his debut CD featuring tracks with catchy hooks and colorful hypnotic melodies that will have listener’s heads nodding and feet tapping as they enjoy the lyrics. The “Day Dreamin” CD is set for a July 2015 release on the Three 2 Go Music label." -omerimusic.com
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Shealagh Rose Live at Mulberry


Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Shealagh Rose is a folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who blends storytelling lyrics with sweeping melodic lines and open tunings. With influences from Joni Mitchell to Stevie Nicks, Shealagh brings new levels of emotion to folk music. "Shealagh has a writer's eye, a deep creative spirit, an artist's gift for emotional connection, and a singer's musical ears." -Rik Emmett (Triumph)
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Clementine Live at Mulberry


Come be enchanted by the gorgeous vocals, guitar and ukelele playing of Sarah Hamilton. "Clementine, a.k.a. Sarah Hamilton, has released an album that is melancholic, wistful, spare, bleak, inviting, and yet strangely not morbid: much like its titular clippings, it meditates on the growth and death and regrowth of things big and small." - Chris Matei, Greyowl Point https://clementine-music.bandcamp.com/releases