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Shannon Curfman is an American blues-rock singer and guitarist. Shannon was born in the district of Fargo, North Dakota, on the date July 31, 1985. She came to fame at the age of 14 in the year 1999, when her debut album was released; the album was named "Loud Guitars, Big Suspicions". The work on this album had started much before and it was recorded by Shannon a year prior to its release. Even at that time her virtuoso electric guitar playing and her deep, robust voice sweetly surprised many listeners, the people listening to Shannon found it quite difficult to deem that they were listening to a teen performer of just 14 years of age, as her voice sounded like that of a woman in her twenties or thirties.

The young girl is also an exponent in playing the Guitar. Her talent can be gauged from the fact that her debut album was recorded on Arista Records, a very well known records label. The exceptionally well-sequenced and well-produced debut album won her rave reviews in the whole of the U.S. and Canada. She also got a lot of airplay, even on big commercial radio stations in the U.S. Shannon did several U.S. club tours in support of her debut album "Loud Guitars, Big Suspicions", and garnered enormous amounts of publicity. The fact that she was only 14 at the time made her still more popular. Apart from being a multifaceted guitarist and songwriter the young Curfman is equally academically bright, so now in her late teens, she may choose to take a small break from the blues and rock & roll lifestyle to attend college.
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Shannon was raised in Fargo and is now based in Minneapolis. She says her influences are broad-based, people like Stevie Wonder, Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Carlos Santana, Prince, Rory Block, John Prine, Chaka Khan, Robert Johnson, and Dwight Yoakam. In 1999 at the time of her debut album release, Shannon said her aim was to be like Sheryl Crow. A person, who sings, writes, plays a variety of instruments, and in addition produces her own records.

The home-schooled Shannon co-wrote seven of the 11 songs on her debut album "Loud Guitars, Big Suspicions". She was also coupled on her debut by fellow Fargo native who is four years her elder to her, Jonny Lang.

As expected, Shannon could not have made the splatter she did without the support of her parents who always supported her. Her dad is an engineer with the Burlington Northern Railroad while her mom works to see Shannon's home schooling and general career progress as an up coming singer and musician.So do not miss this show for anything. Book your tickets now, online booking availab