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Even Though The Sky Was Falling (2009)

"a magical way with song... Leonard Cohen has no copyright on the word hallelujah." — Brad Wheeler, The Globe and Mail

A celebration of the beauty and redemption to be found in chaotic times — a breakthrough album that pairs her quirky songwriting and sensual, naïve vocals with strings, horns, choirs and glockenspiels, all woven together with help from co-producer Don Kerr, best-known for his work with Ron Sexsmith.

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Hearts Fall (2005)

"The songs creep up on you quietly, disguised as lullabies - then flirt with blue grass, walk the indie-folk line with tight rope precision before they softly explode into rich and emotional songs that are nothing short of enchanting." — Upfront Magazine

The majority of Hearts Fall was recorded live-off-the-floor as a trio (vocals & guitars, piano/violin and double bass) in one snowy afternoon session at the Staircase Theatre in Hamilton Ontario, early 2005.

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Bird (2003)

"A beautifully organic piece of work...delivers dig-your-heels-in rootsy pop peppered with delightfully quirky lyrics." — RisMixLive.com, CA

Recordings on Karyn's six - song EP, Bird (2003), were first intended as demo tracks for a full-length CD. However, repeated audience requests at live shows for recordings encouraged her to release these early tracks as songs-in-progress.