Sarah Burton performs at Golden Taps on July 17

Toronto based singer/songwriter, Sarah Burton, is on the road to support her album Fire Breathers and will be making a stop in Golden.

Sarah Burton

Toronto based singer/songwriter, Sarah Burton, is on the road to support her album Fire Breathers and will be making a stop in Golden to perform live at The Golden Taps on July 18.

The show will start at 8 p.m. and admission price is $8 at the door.

Released in August 2012, Fire Breathers consists of 13 songs spun together by a spaghetti-western love story that follows three imperfect characters: the outlaw, the lady, and the man who was too good, through the torments and the pleasures of the heart.

Portraying the “lady” in the Fire Breathers story is Sarah Burton. From the edgy and fiercely independent sound of her previous album, MayflowerFire Breathers shows more love to the opposite sex with songs like the lead out rocker “Raise The Bar”, the power pop of “Love to Love You”, and the raunchy blues-rock of “My Man”.

Born in Ottawa, Burton now calls Toronto home. Her career has seen her play NXNE, Canadian Music Week, Winterfolk, We Are Many Festival, Brandon Folk Festival, North Country Fair, and B.C.’s Music on the Mountain, in addition to many live music venues across Canada and the U.S. She’s enjoyed radio play across North America, and rave reviews from tastemakers near and far! Burton is not only adept with a guitar, but can tickle the ivories like she tickles your heart.


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