About Shana Morrison
In the eyes of the industry, Shana Morrison is practically music royalty. Yes, she has that last name. The one that make her the daughter of Van Morrison, and she his Brown Eyed Girl. But Shana has made her own way since dueting with dad on his 1994 album "A Night in San Francisco" and 1995's "Days Like This." Now the days are hers, and it turns out fans are digging her eccentric blend of musical genres.
Shana's musical style is smooth in a way you don't expect it to be. Her genres aren't genres, but ingredients sprinkled throughout her songs. And you may be inclined to call her style pop, until you hear hints of country, jazz or R&B. Her wide-ranging voice also doesn't fit into one category, and Shana has more than made it work.
Shana has toured pretty regularly since 1996, and dropped her debut album, "Caledonia," in 1998. A year later it was licensed for distribution by Monster Music, and she followed it up with "Everybody's Angel" (which featured a collaboration with slide guitarist Roy Rogers), and "7 Wishes," recorded in 2002 with the Vanguard label. The latter was produced by Steve Buckingham, known as the man behind names like Mary Chapin Carpenter and country icon Dolly Parton.
"That's Who I Am" was produced by Shana Morrison herself on her own label, Belfast Violet Records, in 2006. Next came "Joyride" in 2010, which featured Jim Lauderdale trading vocals with the songstress for a duet on "He Won't Send Roses."
date city state venue 6/21/2014 Nicasio CA Rancho Nicasio 10/31/2014 Folsom CA PowerHouse Pub
date city state venue 2/23/2013 Mill Valley CA Sweetwater Music Hall 11/22/2013 San Francisco CA Nob Hill Masonic Center 11/23/2013 San Francisco CA Nob Hill Masonic Center 11/25/2013 New York NY The Theater at Madison Square Garden 11/26/2013 New York NY Beacon Theatre