Singer/songwriter/guitarist and poet BeRn, calls her stuff ‘Frock’ – an eloquent mix of folk, punk angst, rock ‘n’ roll, feminism, ire, laughter and irrepressible spirit. Raw and uplifting, she takes to the stage with a fiery presence offering a heady mix of emotion and rebellion.
“A real colourful individual with her saucy, unusual, punky, spicy, joyful songs”
BeRn has opened for Martha Wainwright in San Francisco, played the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The Copenhagen Songwriter’s Festival. She has shared stages with Patti Smith, Shane McGowan, Indigo Girls plus many more…
To date Bern has recorded 3 albums and is working on her first book of poems. Her new poem 12 Money Haiku was been published in the 2015 spring edition of Poetry Bus Magazine.
BeRn has performed at Whelans, The International Bar’s Monday Echo, D.U.B, and the Circle Sessions. The Sunday Slam (winner), Sin E, The Liquor Rooms, The Pint, The Mercantile, The Annesley House, The Meeting House, Sweeney’s, The Mezz, The Twisted Pepper, Odessa, Arthurs and The Workman’s Club, Dublin Unitarian Church, The Quays, Galway; Springamagig Festival in Kinsale; Vantastival Festival in Louth, Clarinbridge Arts Festival (Poetry Slam Winner) and The Cork Spring Poetry Festival 2015.
In addition BeRn gave an electrifying performance at Ireland’s first spoken word festival ‘Lingo Fest’ in November past.