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Soft Day

by Ellis

Powerful vocals, charismatic laugh, earnest lyrics: an unpretentious songwriter who sings from the heart. Brought to you by Peppermint.
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1. See Clearly
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2. She Knows
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3. Time of Change
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4. Steelwool Skin
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5. Extremes
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6. How I Sound
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7. I Don't Have the Energy
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8. Survival
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9. Shedding Fears
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10. Pick-Up Song
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11. Monkey
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12. Push and Shove
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13. Tell Me
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14. Bamboo Strong
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15. White Picket Fences
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16. Soft Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Soft Day (1996) is Ellis' debut album, featuring a wonderful blend of youthful optimism mixed with thoughful reflection. Her clear vocals and skilled arrangements showcase her honest and straightforward songwriting. This studio album was recorded at the Third Ear Studio in Minneapolis. Ellis was joined by several bandmates from her former funk/rock band, Bobby Llama. Fan favorites on this recording include "See Clearly", "Pickup song", and "How I sound".

BIOGRAPHY
Ellis is a rising star on the folk music circuit, creating a buzz after being voted “Most Wanted to Return” and performing on the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival preview tour. This talented singer, songwriter and guitarist has since been invited back to several première listening rooms including Club Passim, Outpost in the Burbs, Caffe Lena, and P.A.C.E. She has also been asked to open for several established artists such as Patty Larkin, Richard Shindell, Cheryl Wheeler, and Todd Snider.

Known for her vibrant and open-hearted nature and contagious sense of humor, Ellis’ music is described as joyful, unpretentious modern folk with a slight hint of country inspired by her southern roots.

After moving from Texas to Minneapolis at age 16, Ellis got her start singing her own songs at open mics where she quickly dropped her often-mispronounced last name (Bergeron). She joined a rock band in high school while also setting up her own record label to put out her first solo CD Soft Day in 1996. She began touring full-time in 2000 and has independently sold more than 30,000 copies of her five CDs.

Ellis started performing the women’s festival circuit in 2000, with regular performances at the Michigan Women’s Music Festival and recently headlined the National Women’s Music Festival in 2006. She has since made her debut at several folk festivals in 2007, including the Loyalist City Folk Festival (Canada), the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, and the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.

Although she tours nationally more than 130 dates each year, she continues to retain a devoted following in Minneapolis where she was voted Best Musician for five consecutive years and named 2007 Best Musical Artist by readers of the Minnesota Women’s Press. She is also a favorite on college campuses, and students recently nominated her as 2006 Best Female Performer in Campus Activities Magazine.


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