New artist Shannon Selig will debut music from her new album, Perfectly Imperfect, at the virtual venue StageIt on Tuesday, June 25. The performance takes place amid a West Coast tour for the American/Canadian vocalist. Fans from across the continent — and the world — can attend the online concert at 8:30 p.m. E.T./7:30 p.m. C.T./5:30 p.m. P.T., by visiting www.stageit.com/ShannonSeligShow
“I’ve been traveling all over the country but I know there are still so many places and fans I have yet to visit,” Selig says. “Please join me online for a live show from the home of my best friend and guitar player, Ben Kirsch, in Tumwater, Washington. I’m excited to be on the West Coast and able to share my music with those of you on the opposite side of the country at the same time. Hope y’all can tune in and have fun with us.”
To access the unique show, which will not be archived online, viewers visit stageit.com/ShannonSeligShow with a virtual ticket. Shows are “pay as you can,” with fan-encouraged tips.
The top five tippers for Selig’s concert will receive an autographed copy of Perfectly Imperfect along with a personalized thank you note. The top tipper will receive the recorded audio of the StageIt concert.
Stageit is an online venue where artists perform live, interactive, monetized shows for their fans directly from a laptop, offering fans unique experiences that are never archived.
For more information about the tour and Selig, visit shannonselig.com.
In the Summer of 2012, Shannon Selig relocated to Music City from the two places she called home – Maine and Nova Scotia. Once in Nashville, the award-winning vocalist went right to work on her debut album, Perfectly Imperfect, which was released April 16 on Blue Chicory Records.
Perfectly Imperfect combines songs written by the American/Canadian singer/songwriter with songs from top Music City tunesmiths for a fresh collection of music with a purpose.
Even at 9 years old, Selig had a charisma that made few doubt her when the young singer said “I just want to change people’s lives with my voice.”
Fast forward a decade and half later and Selig has done a good job reaching her goal throughout Maine and Nova Scotia. With dual citizenship to her credit, the Berklee College of Music alumna sang her way across the continent, making fans on both sides of the border.
Winner of the New England Country Music Association Songwriter of the Year in 2013 and 2012, Selig also won the North American Country Music Association award for Horizon Songwriter both years. Selig also was named New England Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year in 2011, and, the next year, claimed the win for Horizon Female Vocalist Award 2012 Internationally.
With an album in-hand and a lineup of tour dates, Selig sets out on the next phase of her career with a message that remains unchanged: “I just want to change people’s lives with my voice.”
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