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Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten - FUV Live at Rockwood Music Hall - 2014

by Carmel Holt

“This is a song about Google Maps.” That is how New Yorker Sharon Van Etten introduced her new song, “I Love You But I’m Lost,” in her FUV Live performance at Rockwood Music Hall. Of course, the song is not at all about getting (or not getting) directions from Google, but like much of her fourth album, Are We There, it is about navigation: navigating a painful relationship, the struggle to balance career and love, and ultimately, trusting your own voice.

FUV's New Dig: Sharon Van Etten

by Darren DeVivo

Are We There
Sharon Van Etten
Jagjaguwar Records

Sharon Van Etten is one of those artists who can both express her deepest personal feelings and use her musical gifts to transform those intimacies into powerful songs. On her new album, Are We There, she guides us on a journey through debilitating love.

WFUV at SXSW: Sharon Van Etten Interview

by Laura Fedele

Rita Houston and the SXSW crew bumped into Sharon Van Etten at the Hotel San Jose on Thursday, unwinding after her big NPR Showcase at Stubb's on Wednesday  night.

They talk about the show ("It was really raw, really straightforward"), and what it's like to perform such emotionally intense songs in front of an audience ("everyone there was happy to be there, and we all felt it onstage").

Sharon Van Etten - Words and Music - 2010

by Alisa Ali
Photo by Cat Stevens
Sharon Van Etten's album, 'Epic,' features harmonies with members of Sufjan Stevens' band and 'She Keeps Bees,' and has earned heaps of praise from TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone among others. Sharon came into FUV's studios to play some acoustic songs, and talk with host Alisa Ali. [10/25/10]