Jane Siberry: The Eccentric Charms of a Pop Poet
Nicholas Jennings, Maclean's, 7 October 1985
DRESSED IN white lace stockings and a silky smoking jacket, she fluttered tentatively around the stage. With her frail figure and whispery voice, she seemed fragile under the spotlight's glare. But as her pulsing, ethereal music gathered momentum, Jane Siberry spun a web around her audience in Detroit two weeks ago.
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