On last year’s Honest Enough, local singer-songwriter Taylor Lamborn shows off her terrific voice with a collection of 11 tunes, at least a handful of which could be called break-up songs. She came by the office yesterday for a Scene Session and played a few songs from the disc. She has a number of upcoming gigs: on Sept. 20 she plays Black Squirrel Gifts in Kent as part of the Round Town Music Fest; on Sept. 28, she plays Musica in Akron as part of the PJFW EP release party; on Oct. 11 she plays Visible Voice Books in Tremont as part of Tremont Art Walk; on Oct. 12 she plays the Sweet Truth Local Artist Showcase at Around The Corner in Lakewood; on Oct. 18 she brings her full band to Brothers Lounge for a headlining gig; and on Oct. 26 she plays Frontier Ranch in Kirkersville.
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