‘Quarantunes,’ song contests, and backyard collaborations.

Show Notes

Welcome to episode No. 81 for this Thursday, August 20, 2020. Today’s guest is a budding Canadian artist who put this season of masks, sanitizers, and – ‘safe spaces’ – to good use, winning her a CBC  songwriting contest. Tune in as Clare Siobhan shares the boy-meets-girl story behind her song!

About Clare Siobhan

Singer/Songwriter Clare Siobhan (centre) performs a cover of Craig Cardiff’s Safe Here featuring Christina Acton, Amber LeBlanc and Amy Ward.

Clare Siobhan is a gifted singer/songwriter hailing from Truro, Nova Scotia, now studying psychology in Sackville, New Brunswick. She has been featured on Mount Allison University’s Conduct Becoming album since 2017 – stepping into a leadership role for its latest release, expected by the end of this summer. Clare sings and writes in accompaniment with the piano and the ukulele. 

Click here to watch Clare’s cover of Craig Cardiff’s Safe Here.

Follow Clare on Spotify

The Conduct Becoming Music Project

Conduct Becoming is a student-led project that has produced music since 2001 through Mount Allison University, originally founded in memory of Jason Abraham, who had passed away from cancer. The project has since grown, now serving as a platform to inspire and support budding artists while also continuing to support cancer research in Canada. If you would like to support Conduct Becoming and its worthy cause, visit the project’s Bandcamp page, where you can listen to and purchase all of their past albums – again, 2020’s album set to be released before the end of the summer!