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Basia Bulat

Basia Bulat

Basia Bulat performing in 2008

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Basia Bulat


Years Active: 2004 to present

Genre: Folk, Pop

Country: Canada


Basia Bulat ( Vocals, Guitar, Autoharp, Hammered dulcimer, Piano, Ukelele)

Artist Bio:

From Wikipedia Basia Bulat (pronounced /basa buwat/),[1] is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter. Based in London, Ontario, she released an independent EP in 2005. She subsequently signed to Rough Trade Records, which released her full-length debut album, Oh, My Darling in April 2007. The album was later released in Canada by Hayden's Hardwood Records. Her singles "Snakes and Ladders", "Little One" and "I Was a Daughter" have been playlisted on CBC Radio 3 while various tracks have received airplay on college radio in Canada and the United States. Her album Oh, My Darling made the short list for the 2008 Polaris Music Prize.[2] Bulat has toured across Canada, the U.S., Europe; in June 2008, she ventured to Australia. Her second album, Heart of My Own, was released by Rough Trade Records in the US and Canada on January 26, 2010.[3] It will be followed by a North American tour, with additional two concerts scheduled in London and Paris.[Read More]