Serenity Fisher

Serenity Fisher

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Thursday – Sep 24 – 8:00

Serenity Fisher was born into a musical family in Cincinnati, Ohio. Typical family road trips consisted of singing four part harmonies to songs such as the Beatles' tune "Nowhere Man." As a child, Serenity was dedicated to several creative pursuits including Irish dancing, music and theatre. After high school, she moved to northeast Ohio to study musical theatre at Kent State University. It was in college that Serenity first began writing music, inspired both by her journey as a creative person and her passion for social justice. In 2005, Serenity packed up her things and drove her blue Chevy Prism out to Oakland, California. She spent the next three years on a soul searching odyssey, chronicling her experiences through her song writing. During this time, she released her debut album, "Watercolor Harmonies," which included socially conscious songs such as "Butterfly" and "Lorelai Spinster" as well as more introspective songs such as "Along for the Ride" and "The Caterpillar Song."

Serenity currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she writes and performs original music. She draws inspiration from nature, life experience, her dreams and her imagination. Serenity's music intertwines the melodies of indie pop with elements of folk and musical theatre, while her playful lyrics display a unique voice and a complex world view. Serenity performs frequently in Cincinnati and is planning a tour for Spring and Summer of 2010. She is recording an album that will be released in Winter of 2009, and she is writing a musical titled, "The True Story of Andrina Butterwhiskers."