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Rust Reviews – Rustzine

“Set in northern landscapes, “Songs for Sarah” is a sad and happy musical journey about nurturing: our souls, our children, and our planet. It comes from a place of experience and is enabled by excellent musicianship and production. Well worth a listen for all, but if there’s a woman in your life (or if that woman is you) this album is an absolute must-have.”

Rachel Jagt, Blackout, October 21

Cahill was a powerhouse of introspection as she finished with a post-modern love song: “I counted 417 cars past the Westjet counter before I figured that you weren’t coming.”

Dirty Linen

Grab your white sneakers and jump on this comet the next time it comes around.

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