Deborah Henriksson brings Celtic folk from Sweden
American born, Sweden based Deborah HEnriksson is a singer/ songwriter of cross-over styles including Celtic, folk, country, ambient and pop.
Deborah has performed in Sweden, Ireland, the UK, Austria, and the U.S., from festivals to intimate venues. Her music is receiving significant airplay around the world, including every state in the U.S., every province in Canada, as well as in Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Italy, and China.
She was awarded a prize at the Swedish Folk at Heart Festival in 2016, which contributed towards the making of this new album.
Deborahʼs albums are currently available digitally from iTunes, and other digital stores around the world as well as Spotify and they have received outstanding reviews in the U.S. and Europe. Her videos for “Calling”, “Breakersʼ Roar”, and “Wild Fire” have been aired on over 150 TV channels, and she has had several songs with high placements on the Swedish Independent Chart.
Seeking inspiration from the likes of Loreena McKennitt, Celtic Woman, Enya, Clannad, Buffy St.Marie, Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and Joshua Rifkin, her latest Celtic-world-pop album offers surprises around every corner.
Charlie Elland of folkwords.com writes of TRACES: “With strong Celtic overtones to music and voice, thereʼs an ethereal feel that moves the songs between fragile and vulnerable towards elemental and hopeful. The more you listen to Deborahʼs voice the more you find yourself laying aside the weight of the day and slipping under a magical spell.”
The album 'Near and Far' is set for release on 25th August 2017 and can be pre-ordered now: http://smarturl.it/DeborahHenriksson