Siobhán O'Brien is an Irish Singer/ Songwriter of note. She has been described as "seamlessly incorporating her musical influences into excellent arrangements that transcend genres'. Her new album "Self-Titled" is due for release in March 2011. It is a full length original album. Tour to follow in Ireland, UK and the US. Hailing from Limerick, Ireland Siobhan has been entertaining audiences with her unique voice, and her personal style of songwriting. No newcomer to the entertainment field, Siobhan made her first audio recording at the tender age of six, with an old sea shanty. Her vocal style has been described as 'caressing a lyric with sophisticated simplicity.' In addition to Bob Dylan inviting her to join him on stage, Siobhan has performed in concert as a guest vocalist with the famed Irish group The Chieftains. She has also appeared in shows supporting such acts as: Donavan, Pete Cummins, Henry Mc Cullough, Maria Mc Kee,Damien Dempsey, Paul Brady, Mick Flannery and many more. Leonard Cohen heard about Siobhán from a friend of his which prompted him to send a book to her called 'Dance Me To The End Of Love' with a Henry Matisse painting on each page, as a gesture of encouragement. Siobhan's previous CD 'Songs I grew Up To' includes special guest appearances by several of Siobhan's musical friends including Paddy Moloney (The Chieftans) Pete Cummins (Fleadh Cowboys/Nanci Griffith) & Brendan Bowyer, QUOTES - Paddy Moloney (The Chieftains) - 'A Voice The World Should Hear' Bono - 'WOW' Lilli Kuzma Host of' Folk Festival: radio show WDCB-FM Chicago 'Siobhan has a marvelous voice and style, and seamlessly incorporates her musical influences into excellent arrangements that transcend genres'.