Francine Honey, To Be Continued… Review
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Bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter Francine Honey is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music Professional Singer-Songwriter Certificate Program. Honey regularly participates in songwriting workshops in Nashville, where she has been mentored by icons like Beth Nielsen Chapman (who contributes backup vocals to Honey’s “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes’), Mike Reid (Can’t Make You Love Me), Mary Gauthier (Mercy Now), Verlon Thompson (Boats to Build), Gretchen Peters (Independence Day) and Jonatha Brooke (My Mother has 4 Noses). She is a member of the Songwriter’s Association of Canada, Nashville Songwriter’s Association International, Canadian Country Music Association and Americana Music Association. She co-ordinates the Leamington/Windsor Regional Writer’s Group, mentoring other songwriters. Honey has showcased at the Texas Songwriters Symposium three years in a row, the WinterFolk Blues and Roots Festival in Toronto, the Kingsville Folk Music Festival and the Folk Music Ontario conference. Her third album To Be Continued… was released in October of 2018.
To Be Continued...
Snowflakes on My Eyelashes
To Be Continued
Mamas Take Bad Dreams Away
Can't Break Through to You
Release Date: October 12, 2018
Honey’s music ranges from emotional ballads, to stories of life, celebrating the human emotions that life’s hurdles can bring.