Previously the driving force in back of Weeping Tile, Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah Harmer began her solo career in 1999 playing dates using the Indigo Ladies, Great Big Sea, and Moxy Fruvous. Harmer’s 1st album beyond Weeping Tile was a tribute to her dad titled Tunes for Clem. Credited to Harmer and Jason Euringer, the folksy recording was released individually by Harmer, but was ultimately given wider launch by Common Canada. Her appropriate debut album, YOU HAD BEEN Here, premiered in middle-2000 by Zoe Information, and demonstrated a polished, older part to her music than her use her former music group. It wasn’t until 2004 that Harmer came back having a follow-up, Our Names, during 2006 she explored her nation and bluegrass part in I’m a Hill, which garnered the vocalist three Juno Honor nominations. 2010 noticed the discharge of her 5th album, Oh Small Open fire, which features visitor looks from Neko Case, Julie Fader and Wayne Shaw (Metric).