Spring Reverb Songwriters Circle

Spring Reverb Songwriters Circle

Sun June 02

Spring Reverb Songwriters Circle

Guests: Savannah Shea (host), Logan Brown, Yarro
5-7pm event // All Ages

Hosted by the talented Savannah Shea, this event will dive into the world of songwriting with special guests Yarro and Logan Brown. Enjoy engaging conversations and insightful questions as we peel back the layers behind the songcraft with solo performances along the way.

Co-presented by the KINGSTON MUSIC OFFICE



Savannah Shea is a Kingston-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, visual artist and poet. She has a Bachelor of Music from Humber College in Vocal performance and works as a performer and vocal teacher in Kingston and the surrounding area.

Savannah enjoys collaborating across mediums with Dancers, Visual Artists, and other community members. She has been involved in Kingston’s Blue Canoe Musical Theatre company, Cantabile Choirs, The GroundUP Dance Festival, and as a performer has appeared at Women’s Art Fest, Kingston Blues Fest, Skeleton Park Arts Festival, MacKinnon Brother’s Back to the Farm festival, at The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts and much more! Most recently, Savannah was a recipient of a 2023 Mayor’s Creator Award, for her multidisciplinary contributions to the Kingston Arts Community.


Logan Brown, a captivating acoustic singer-songwriter, weaves intricate tales through his music, combining soul-stirring lyrics with masterful technical guitar playing. Hailing from a small town but with a sound that resonates globally, Logan has carved a niche for himself in the music scene with his unique blend of folk, blues, and rock influences.


Yarro is a soulful singer/songwriter who believes in music’s power to heal. Born into an artistic family in Ottawa, ON, she was raised using creation as an effective tool for communication. With ethereal vocals and authentic lyrics, Yarro is known as a captivating performer and passionate storyteller. Some notable performances include Canadian Music Week, Fashion Art Toronto, and Pride Toronto, and she’ll be playing Ottawa Bluesfest this July. Yarro is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada’s Acting Program (2016), the RBC x Launchpad Music Entrepreneurship Program (2022), and is a Certified Therapeutic Arts Practitioner (2023). Her work has been supported by Toronto and Ontario Arts Councils