Charlotte performs regularly with various musicians at many Coast festivals and live music venues. Photo submitted
Singer-songwriter and Coast resident Charlotte Wrinch recently received the 2013 Best Folk Song award for her song The String, which was recorded Ray Fulber’s Strait Sound Studio and features Barry Taylor on drums and Paul Steenhuis on bass and electric guitar. Akademia is a music industry promotional company based in Beverly Hills, California.
“There were hundreds of submissions to consider, so it is a great accomplishment to advance to this stage,” said an Akademia spokesperson when announcing Wrinch’s nomination. Winning the competition was the icing on the cake for Wrinch.
To celebrate, Wrinch has planned a mini summer solo tour of Gibsons. She will be playing at Boomer’s Burger Bar in Sunnycrest Mall on Friday, July 12, 6:30pm; at Chaster’s Dining Room in Bonniebrook Lodge on Friday, July 19th at 6:30pm; and at Pioneer Square in Gibsons Landing on Saturday, July 20 from 11am to 1pm as part of the 2013 Music in the Landing concert series.
Wrinch is an active member of the Canadian music industry and plays acoustic guitar, piano and a collection of recorders and penny whistles.