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By Ron Hartman
The Chronicle 

McQuaid's music has 'shades of multiple meanings'

 

September 26, 2019

BRADLEY COOK/FOR THE CHRONICLE

Sarah McQuaid Sept. 20 made her first appearance in Cottage Grove and dazzled the crowd with her layered songwriting and melodies.

It was quite the happy accident that internationally acclaimed musician Sarah McQuaid chose Sept. 20 – the worldwide day of protest against climate change – to make her first appearance in Cottage Grove.

McQuaid likes to address humanitarian causes with her songs, and it just so happens that she penned one about climate change, "Break Me Down," on her new CD, where she sings about being recycled as compost when the time comes.

"Yeah, I've never been one to look for the 'I love him but he doesn't love me' type of songs," McQuaid said after a captivating two-set performance at the Cottage...



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