Charismatic and Cheeky Tara Halloway has some “Little Ghosts” she wants you listen to
On Feb 24th Tara Halloway will release a soulful, gritty depiction of learning to let go and move forward. Holloway has created an intimate 13-track narrative of her personal evolution, aptly titled “Little Ghosts”.
For those who need an introduction Tara Halloway is a Canadian singer/songwriter with a tale true to the likes of many in the Canadian music industry. Holloway’s devotion to her craft has established a fiercely uncompromising presence that sets her apart from the rest. With her music also placed outside the traditional avenues of the stage and radio, new fans may recognize her sultry vocals from the soundtracks of hit television shows such as Sons of Anarchy, Dallas, Detroit 1-8-7, and in the feature film, From Prada to Nada. Having also performed countless shows throughout North America, including Ottawa Bluesfest, this seasoned songstress is not afraid to take the creation and direction of her music into her own hands.
When asked of her impending sophmore release, she had this to say “If it’s successful, I can take credit for that and feel proud about the group I’ve brought together for this project. I just really wanted to take everything I knew and learned and felt, and put it all together to create a complete vision.”
With her vision finally coming to full fruition, “Little Ghosts” produced by Ottawa’s own Phillip Bova at Bova Sound, blends an undeniable bluesy swagger with folk roots to create Holloway’s eclectic Americana sound. From the gritty heartbreak of “Nakedness” to the empowered wailing in “Hello to the End,” the raw honesty embedded in Holloway’s songwriting is perfectly complimented with her deeply soulful vocals. With each track encompassing her unique edge and energy, there is no denying that Holloway’s “Little Ghosts” will be haunting the hearts of fans, new and old.