For fans of:Sarah McLachlan, Shawn Mullins, Ingrid Michaelson, Sheryl Crow, Matt Nathanson

“Nothing short of stunning” is how No Depression described Callaghan’s recent live show in Nashville.

Originally from the UK Callaghan moved to Atlanta in summer 2010 to tour and record with grammy nominee Shawn Mullins after they connected via Myspace. Since then she’s released two studio albums and toured from coast-to-coast building her fanbase all across the USA.

Playing piano and guitar she delivers a vocal which earns frequent comparisons with artists like Sarah McLachlan and Emmylou Harris. Her songwriting chronicles the stories, experiences and emotions which are part of everyone’s lives.

In the UK the BBC have playlisted three singles from her latest album A History of Now and in the US Sirius XM’s My Favourite Coffee House have featured her live in session. BBC Radio Londons Gaby Roslin describes hearing Callaghan live as "Breathtaking...absolutely incredible”.

The songs on 40 States & Counting are taken from Callaghan's first studio album Life in Full Colour and from her live album Callaghan Live in America. Since those albums were released Callaghan's gone on to record a second studio album A History of Now and her latest live album Callaghan's Acoustic Coffee House released in July 2016.

Callaghan's now played shows in 47 states, and she's on the road again in November:

Nov 2 - Asheville NC- The Altamont Theatre

Nov 5 - Easton MD - The Avalon Theatre

Nov 6 - Vienna VA - Jammin Java

Nov 9 - Mohegan Lake NY - The Winery at St. George

Nov 10 - Cambridge MA - Club Passim

Nov 11 - Hamden CT - Best Video Film & Cultural Center

Nov 12 - Newtown Square PA - Burlap and Bean Coffee

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Thanks for enjoying and sharing her music!