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New fingerstyle folk from Marianne Flemming is evocative, lovely
(Published: March 18, 2019)

Marianne Flemming has an ethereal voice that perfectly suits the warm, wind-swept colors of her music. Her latest single, "Small Hope Bay," is fingerstyle folk at its most evocative, almost like a painting set to sound. Her lyrics are as poetic as the melodies she weaves, and that voice is truly a stunner, brimming with a childlike sense of wonder.

As the spring starts to open a golden glow, "Small Hope Bay" is a beautiful soundtrack to the season. It is gorgeous and uplifting, perfect for sunny-afternoon dreaming.

Michael Henchman's lovely piano and softly tuneful bass adds waves of emotion to Flemming's mood-spinning guitar playing. A veteran of the Pacific Northwest folk scene, Flemming continues to produce solid, creative work that is heartfelt and inspiring. "Small Hope Bay" is one of those songs that linger in the mind, unreeling like a piece of film. It conjures vivid images and positive vibrations.

More Information: http://marianneflemmingmusic.com

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