Dani Aubert of “Patchy Sanders”

Dani Aubert of “Patchy Sanders”

Dani Aubert is a lover of the land, and her music grows from the vines, trees, polypores and spring ephemerals that inspire her. Her songs are filtered through dreams, forests, owls, and cedar trees – and weave chromatic melodies, dissonant vocal harmonies and a soundscape of rhythmic and melodic orchestration. She plays the banjo, harp, penny whistle, and “sings like a hawk nestled in a rose patch.” She is a founding member and songwriter for “folk orchestra” Patchy Sanders. Their debut album Patchy Sanders & The Wild Peach Forest was added to the 2015 Grammy ballots under the category “Best Folk Americana Roots Album of the Year.” From the Appalachians to the Cascades, the wilderness continues to inspire Aubert to write and share her music.

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