http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/laura-veirs-takes-tour-to-san-franciscoMay 04, 2008|0 commentsRead more|Journal Topics:On Tourlaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/vancouver-courier-laura-veirs-take-wonderfully-melodic-music-of-saltbreakers-on-tourApril 30, 2008|0 commentsRead more|Journal Topics:On Tour Reviewslaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/nonesuch-artists-take-manhattan-and-brooklyn-too-this-sundayJanuary 24, 2008|0 commentsRead more|Journal Topics:laura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/the-decemberists-cancel-tour-with-laura-veirsNovember 01, 2007|0 commentsRead more|Journal Topics:On Tourlaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/laura-veirs-video-contest-winnersSeptember 27, 2007|0 comments
Congratulations to Laura Veirs fan Doug Savage from Vancouver, British Columbia, for creating the winning video in the Laura Veirs Video Contest. Laura and the band picked Doug's video for "Phantom Mountain" from stacks of incredibly creative entries sent in from fans across the country. Among the prizes he's won are tickets to one of Laura's upcoming shows. Watch the winning video here.Read more|Journal Topics:Videolaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/laura-veirs-video-contestJune 18, 2007|0 comments
Create your own video for any song on Laura Veirs's new album, Saltbreakers (besides "Cast a Hook," which already has a video), and Laura and her band will vote on the entries. The winner will receive tickets to one of Laura's upcoming shows, signed CDs, t-shirts, and a whole lot more!Read more|Journal Topics:News Videolaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/new-video-from-laura-veirs-cast-a-hook-in-meMarch 11, 2007|0 comments
Check out the new video for Laura Veirs's song "Cast a Hook in Me" from the album Saltbreakers.Read more|Journal Topics:Videolaura veirshttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/young-rapture-choir-in-franceJune 12, 2006|8 comments
By Laura Veirs
Singer-songwriter Laura Veirs recalls the excitement of hearing a French children's choir perform her songs. "The mixture of the kid's powerful, pure voices and the band's grungy guitars and drums was incredible," she writes. "Everyone had obviously worked hard to pull the whole show together. They sounded terrific."