Sister Speak - Rise Up For Love
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Rise Up For Love
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“Lose Control [feat The Brothers Burns] – live” out June 17, 2020!

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“The Stand provides us with a watershed moment in indie-pop”  Indie Music Reviews”

“Sister Speak connected with our audience in a beautiful way, through insightful and loving lyrics and with energetic guitar grooves that kept us dancing and wanting more” – Robert Mackle, Sunshine Music Festival, Powell River BC  

Canadian born Sherri Anne is at the core of Sister Speak. Whether performing an electrifying full band show or a set of heartfelt acoustic arrangements, this Taylor Guitar’s sponsored artist has connected deeply with a diverse fan-base throughout the globe.

Sister Speak’s high energy, moving band show has landed them festivals and events world-wide, European tours, headlining concerts at The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, San Diego’s acclaimed Belly Up and Casbah, CBC Vancouver, and concerts at Canadian Music Week and The Troubadour in Los Angeles.

After returning from The Stand EP world tour, Sister Speak released a new live album on vinyl record with her full band in 2020. The record features 3 unreleased tracks and live full band versions of songs from both studio albums. The world tour made stops in Canada, USA, Germany, France, Budapest, Belize and Costa Rica. In concert Sister Speak combines passionate Alt/Blues, and touch of world music. In addition to performing at charming and iconic music clubs, Sister Speak has shared the stage with Air Supply, The Doobie Brothers and Xavier Rudd among others.

Sister Speak’s debut album, Rise Up For Love, was released in 2014 and The Stand EP in 2018. Both albums were a result of moments of extreme vulnerability transformed into music. The records have aired on radio throughout North America and Europe. Whether solo or as a band, Sister Speak aims to share message-driven music and support the authentic expression of the woman’s voice. Sister Speak was voted ‘Best Pop’ at the SDMA’s and the band is currently based in British Columbia, Canada and southern California.

[Thank you to Sister Speak’s partners: Taylor Guitars, D’addario, Planet Waves and Jagasilk]

Date City Venue Country
04/30/21 Victoria, BC Afternoon Tea w/ Music Fridays @JagaSilk (outdoors)
Time: 12:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 633 Courtney St. TEA with MUSIC FRIDAYS return to JagaSilk every last Friday! Sister Speak (solo) with Truth and Dolphin, Steve Chmilar. All BC Health Guidelines in place. Seating available 12-4pm with “core bubble.” Mask requested for walking in corridor. Max 40 seats. Free Reservations open up March 19th. Sugg $10 to the background music. Virtual tickets $25 and include tea and dessert delivered to your door if ordered within one week of show! Buy Tickets
05/09/21 Vancouver, BC Guilt & Co
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $6+. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1 Alexander St. All BC Health Guidelines in Place. *$6 per person added to seat. Limited capacity. “Venue Temperature taken of all persons entering the premises. Contact info recorded for one guest per party in order to facilitate contact-tracing. Masks worn by staff at all times. All surfaces and service areas are routinely sanitized/disinfected. New one-way traffic into/exiting washrooms and capacity limits. ​Guests: Maximum group size is 6 persons. No blending of groups. Strictly enforced. No mingling. No dancing. Masks to be worn when moving about the room or going to the washroom (as per the November 07 updated Health Orders). If you don’t have one, disposable masks are available for purchase ($1). Hand sanitizer stations are positioned throughout the room; please use them. Again, thank you. This is so awkward” Let’s take care of each other so we can continue to make music happen safely!

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