9 genre-defying, acoustic songs: Pan mixes jazz harmonies with melodies touched by the Celtic world, adds quirky rhythms, luscious lyrics, wide sky, lightening, deep water; sings with a silvery voice in multiple octaves that 'reaches into a deep hollow place, then climbs out and soars.' Stellar guest artists on board. Ben Butler and Marc Shulman on guitars and other stringed things Beth Bahia Cohen on Turkish bowed Tanbur and Norwegian Hardanger Fiddle Richard Hammond on acoustic bass Julie Lyonn Lieberman on violin Michel Moushabek on riq Ben Wittman on drums and percussion. Pan also plays: accordion, violin and viola, guitars, hunter's harp, octave mandolin, flute, and percussion. Pan Morigan, dual citizen of Canada and the U.S., is a singer, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. Her songs are influenced by the wide, stormy skies and wild lakes of the mid-west, where she was raised. The experience of growing up in a city full of immigrants and seekers also helped to shape her musical imagination. Blues and Jazz, Irish, Greek, Persian, and Scottish music were everywhere to be heard, live. Friends held Irish sessions in their basements. Live Greek bands were heard in clubs with room for dancing Syrtos between tables. Pan's father made instruments for folk musicians, and the sounds of American folk, and Blues, and Persian classical music alike, were heard in the kitchen. Pan learned that music had no boundaries and could not be fenced in. She learned to listen, sing, and write in multiple hues.