A tribute to Ashley Taylor...RIP

Mariee Sioux

Mariee Sioux
Mariee Sioux by Diane Hion

Ashley Taylor

Ashley Taylor
Ashley Taylor

Mariee Sioux by Diane Hion @ La Maroquinerie ,16/02/2009

Mariee Sioux by Diane Hion @ La Maroquinerie ,16/02/2009

Mariee Sioux & Ashley Taylor @ La Maroquinerie ,16/02/2009, by Diane Hion

Mariee Sioux & Ashley Taylor @ La Maroquinerie ,16/02/2009, by Diane Hion
After 3 songs, a friend Ashley Taylor joined her on stage and accompanied Mariee 'songs at the xylophone.It seems that the support of his entourage had been important tonight because Matt Bauer was also behind the scenes.

Monday, December 1, 2008

Mariee Sioux's Biography

Daughter of an occasional mandolin player, Mariee Sioux Sobonya born on February 4 1985 in Humboldt County and spent his childhood in Nevada City.

City to whom we owe the emergence in recent years by Joanna Newsom and Alela Diane.

Alela Diane,More than a name, a childhood friend, a soulmate. Mariee has participated in recording her first album (The Pirate's Gospel).
She also accompanied Alela Diane on her tours.


Late beginnings in the music, far from their roots, family records ... The path of the two artists is strangely similar. Although Mariee has always loved words, she starts the guitar at 18, during a trip in Argentina where she went as a volunteer. "I wanted change of scenery and get useful", she says.


"I landed in a school that taught children agricultural technology.
This is where I made up my first songs."


Mariee Sioux has
Polish, Hungarian and Mexican blood which flows through her veins.She also has Indian origins that can be detected in her music, her words. "I became interested late. Teenager, I felt like a void in me. So I read books.Asked my mother about the Amerindians."

"I do not know whether the election of Obama will improve their situation.I do not think one man can change everything. "
These roots are participating in it maintains close relationship with nature. "My father works in a box computers but in time he dreamed of an organic farm where he could harvest his own vegetables.

"My parents did not have much money...For a long time, we did not even have TV. "
Mariee entertained otherwise:She was early interested in writing, reading. "In fact, I read mostly science fiction, she confesses with a laugh. Things kind of Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451 ). " When she speaks of the music that has rocked his childhood, Mariee Sioux cites Paul Simon as well as Michael Jackson.

And you are not after your surprises...You will soon find performing "Love Song" on a tribute to The Cure.

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