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Ben Herman and Jen Plummer

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Benjamin currently lives in North Bay ON, working, recording, performing, accompanying, collaborating, and creating from that city as a launching pad. He considers Northern Ontario his home and the source of his artistic considerations. When he isn't busy building a house, a set, or a burning sculpture, Ben is a songwriter, audio engineer, and percussionist. Ben also accompanies a variety of artists around Toronto and across Canada as a drummer, singer, and guitarist. Ben's music has been recently featured in episodes of Chicago Fire, and Hard Rock Medical.

'Benjamin Hermann builds houses out of steel strings and a precise, weathered-honey baritone. They are houses you want to explore or just hang out in.' (Abigail Rachel Lapell)*

Benjamin Hermann's music hits the sweet spot with folk music lovers. His newest release '*Windows Wide Open' *released on Roaring Girl Records, mixes subtlety and directness, blending distant instrumentation and strong finger-style guitar playing into a soundscape that compliments vocals delivered with careful nuance.

Performing singer-songwriter Jennifer Plummer embodies a soulful acoustic sound. Her songs weave her expressive lyrics and melodies into a story rich with sensitivity and strength. Live, Jennifer has a solid and charismatic presence, easing into the event of music with an unassuming freshness. She has opened for a variety of wellknown Canadian musicians including; Oh Suzanna, the Rheostatics, and Spirit of the West. Her song "Sun will be Breaking" off the album "Recordings before Dawn” is being used in an episode of the L.A. based T.V. show MISSING (episode 5:10). Jennifer has toured Canada to support her full-length release “Recordings before Dawn” and EP “Universe & Solo”. Most recent her single “City Please” was written and released in 2019 to help raise awareness to the growing lost habitat of the Blanding’s Turtle. Jennifer is currently recording her new album due out in early 2022.

Ben Herman and Jen Plummer