Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, dreamer, humanist, feminist, and optimist Arian Greane strives to step beyond convention to recognize and celebrate our true unique selves. An intimate acoustic performer his music and lyrics express inspiration from the heart, “a place without words,” transporting the listener into a world of love, belonging, hope, dreams and everyday moments often overlooked where people can show their “true colors” stepping outside of social confines without dividing lines between gender, race and socio economic boundaries and live in hope sharing our commonalities as people. His journey has led him throughout towns and cities in the United States, welfare lines, depression, fatherhood, abandonment, hope and what it means to believe.
Graduating with honor from Berklee College of Music in 2008 with a degree in songwriting Greane’s first EP, “Nouveau” was released in 2017 while this Spring 2019 Greane’s debut album”Amour,” was released. Recorded by Mell Dettmer of Soli Studios the album features Seattle bassist Austin Quist and drummer Steve Kamke (The Bad Things) accompanied by mandolinist Ken Carlson and cellist Lori Goldston. A rootsy, organic, heart-felt album “Amour,” aims to engender the lives we live each and everyday.
Greane will be on tour this year. Check out www.greane.com/shows for upcoming tour dates. In addition to performing at clubs, coffeehouses, festivals, performing arts centers, churches, galleries and house concerts, he currently offers a performance/ storytelling program entitled, “True Colours – Concert and Storytelling”
PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING:
An intimate acoustic performance with interspersed storytelling/ dialogue expressing inspiration from the heart, “a place without words,” transporting the listener into a world of love, belonging, hope, dreams and everyday moments often overlooked.