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Jane Siberry

Jane Siberry

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Jane Siberry: The Eccentric Charms of a Pop Poet

Profile and Interview by 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 ...

Jane Siberry, Canadian Woman

Profile and Interview by Laura Fissinger, Creem, October 1986

THE GUY'S about 45, a classic born-and-bred New Yawk City street tough, and a publisher of music magazines more likely to feature Motley Crüe than ...

Jane Siberry: Bound for Glory

Profile and Interview by Nicholas Jennings, Maclean's, 9 October 1989

IT IS A LONG climb up two flights of stairs, past a wall of hanging hats, into Jane Siberry's private world. In many ways, her ...

Jane Siberry: Rhyme and Seasons

Interview by Jim Arundel, Melody Maker, 9 May 1992

"It's not art, it's a power struggle. It captures me and I capture it back," says Jane Siberry at the start of one of her, ...

Jane Siberry: Songs in a Brave New Key

Report and Interview by Nicholas Jennings, Maclean's, 9 August 1993

MOST PERFORMERS would call getting booed during a concert their worst nightmare. Not Jane Siberry. Although she suffered that fate last year, at the height ...

Jane Siberry: The Woman Who Scared Herself

Interview by Jim Irvin, MOJO, September 1995

Your new LP, Maria, sounds very different to your other albums. I gather it was recorded fairly spontaneously. ...


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