Charlotte Cornfield


Charlotte Cornfield (born October 14, 1988) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She has released four albums: Two Horses (2011), Future Snowbird (2016), The Shape of Your Name (2019), Highs in the Minuses (2021), and 'Could Have Done Anything' (2023). Cornfield was born in Toronto, Ontario and grew up in Ossington and Davenport, Toronto. She wrote songs and played piano, drums and French horn as a child, and was in several bands as a teenager. She began to pursue music as a solo artist after moving to Montreal, Quebec, where she studied jazz drumming at Concordia University, in 2006. Cornfield remained in Montreal for around six years, and later lived in Brooklyn, New York City, for two years. While living in Montreal she began performing music live. As of 2010, Cornfield also played drums in the band Bent by Elephants and the jazz quartet Takk. As of 2017, her touring band comprises Bramwell Park, Craig Schram, and Stephen Tchir of The Provincial Archive. As of 2021, Cornfield is based in Toronto. She has named David Bowie, Karen Dalton, Stephin Merritt, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, Arthur Russell, Elliott Smith, Van Etten, Elyse Weinberg, Gillian Welch, Yo La Tengo and Young as influences. Meer op wikipedia...
Bent By Elepphants, with Charlotte on drums:

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