Corrina Keeling creates acoustic music rich with honesty, experience and insight. Since independently releasing her album "Say Yes", she's had the opportunity to play for change-making audiences around the world: people who have made a commitment to raising the vibration of our collective thoughts and actions on the planet, and who dedicate their lives to defending the rights of the land, the environment and the people who live here. From David Suzuki's Blue Dot Tour at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, Canada to the Uplift Festival in Byron Bay, Australia, she has been so humbled to send a message of hope and action around the world while sharing the stage with Feist, Ta'Kaiya Blaney, The Barenaked Ladies, Trevor Hall, Hey Ocean, Natalie Rize, Nahko Bear, and Neil Young.
As both an artist and a speaker, her words and music carry the spirit of her passion for justice and emerging consciousness, and her lyrics speak with poetic maturity to the universal story of our human family, calling us all to authenticity, courage and compassion. Informed by an era of socially conscious acoustic artists like Joni Mitchell & CSNY, she is a sophisticated songwriter and a technically accomplished acoustic powerhouse, using her music as medicine to drive healing and change.
Her first album is a love letter for everybody. There's intimate and vulnerable moments in spacious melodies; glimpses into the stories that speak to our collective hopes and heartaches, reminding us that 'this, too, shall change'. And there are war cries, too: anthems that speak to a growing generation of conscious revolutionaries, reminding us that 'we are the ones we have been waiting for'.
She is emerging as a deep & powerful voice of the feminine. Anything but ordinary folk, her sophisticated rhythms are rock-solid, rooted and driving, with harmonies from her sister Jessica Dawn that are mystic and intuitive. Whether at a concert, a conference, or a campfire, her performances are abundant with authenticity and presence, and are always personal, deeply passionate and transformative experiences. Corrina Keeling's uplifting and encouraging music invites us to consider that when we 'Say Yes' to ourselves, we become greater & more powerful agents of change.
She is grateful to the səlil̓wətaʔɬ, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm & Sḵwx̱wú7mesh people for welcoming her on their territory, and is humbled & happy to call this place home.