Butterfly Boucher, armed with a charming and settling Australian accent recently played an opening slot for Emilie Simon at the Crocodile. She’s an open performer, the kind who can get up on a stage and perform all alone and break into conversation that’s easy and fun. It doesn’t hurt also that her music is gorgeous. I enjoyed her intimate songs and she’s a mean guitar player. She released her second album, Scary Fragile this year, and it includes the superb Gun for a Tongue and A Bitter Song. I Can’t Make Me, off her first album, Flutterby sounded even better live than it does on CD.
Gallery of Butterfly Boucher
All photos by Dagmar