REVIEW: Siobhan Miller. Eden Court * * * * by Margaret Chrystall. THERE’S probably no better way to promote an album of your favourite songs than the low-key pearl of a concert from SIOBHAN MILLER at Eden Court last week.. That album Strata is an eclectic mix of songs - and singers - that have often taught Siobhan the numbers that mean most to the Scots Trad Awards Scots singer of the year.
Scotland is currently blessed with a crop of superb young female singers and Siobhan Miller is right up there in the top section of that list. Although still a young lady, she has been prominent on the folk scene for many years, appearing at clubs, concerts, festivals and regularly on television ...
Mercury is the third album from Scottish singer Siobhan Miller and the first entirely composed of original material. Thematically this a development from Strata, Siobhan's album which collected songs Miller had grown up listening to and performing.
For Strata, Siobhan Miller has recorded a collection of songs that she grew up listening to and singing in her youth. These eleven pieces run the gamut from the traditional through to the contemporary.
Siobhan Miller. After having won the BBC Folk Award for ‘Best Traditional Track’ for Strata’s ‘The Banks of Newfoundland’, you might have expected Scottish singer Siobhan Miller’s next album to be an all trad affair, but not a bit of it.