Rev. Lynn Harrison is a Toronto singer-songwriter and Unitarian Universalist minister. An inspiring musical presence at folk clubs, community events and festivals, she will be releasing her sixth recording in early 2019. Following Lynoleum, Learning Curve, Broadview, Simplicity and The Conversation, her latest project "I Wasn't Then What I Am Now" (produced by Noah Zacharin and Douglas September) explores beautiful new musical terrain in Lynn's ongoing exploration of love, life and the human spirit. Also an ordained Unitarian Universalist (UU) minister currently serving at First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, Lynn is also the creator and host of The Bridge, a themed open stage that blends music and spirituality in an innovative and inclusive way. In all paths of her work, Lynn lifts up a powerfully inspiring message of love, hope and justice.


Coming Up

Tuesday, Sept. 11th - 8:30 p.m.
Hugh's Room Live - 2261 Dundas Street West
Songwriter Sessions
With Blair Packham, Samantha Martin, Sam Weber

Saturday, Sept. 22nd - 1 p.m.
Live on the Drew Marshall Show
www.drewmarshall.ca

Wednesday, Sept. 26th
The Bridge on "Courage"
The Tranzac Club - 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto
7:30 p.m.
Artists sign up at 7:00 p.m.

Full Calendar


The Bridge

The Bridge is an open mic on a monthly theme, launched in June 2015 and currently running monthly at Toronto’s Tranzac Club (292 Brunswick Avenue). In addition to musical offerings from Toronto songwriters, The Bridge presents inspiration from a wide range of sources and lifts up the spiritual dimension of all creative activity.


Speaking

Lynn is a frequent guest speaker at Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations throughout Southern Ontario. Here are a few of her sermons.

Read "Playing for Keeps" (First Unitarian of Toronto, 2014-06-08) and "Conversations With Life" (First Unitarian of Toronto, 2014-03-23).


Order CDs

Through CD Baby,
Through IndiePool,
Through iTunes,
Or contact Lynn directly. lynn (at) lynnharrison.ca


Music

Listen:

Crossing My Mind from "Broadview"
When I Walk, I Run from "Learning Curve"
Bicycle Bell from "Simplicity"
Complicated Things from "Lynoleum"
Pillow from "Simplicity"

Reviews:

"One of the Toronto music scenes enduring treasures and a passionate soul committed to finding a higher path" - Gary Orbit, Toronto Moon

“Lynn is the kind of folk singer I try to model myself after; that is to say, she sings of our happinesses and our sufferings with moral purpose, simplicity and courage. Perhaps her essential quality is her aim to attest to the truth of these dark times while at the same time refusing the easy lure of mean cleverness, trend, or worse--hopeless cynicism.” - Singer-Songwriter Jon Brooks

"Like all poetry the simple words plumb real depths of the human condition"
Mark Anderson, "Faithful Folk" NY

"Lynn's music gets to the essence of what life is all about"
Charles Adler, Global Television

"...a performer unafraid to reach into the darker parts of her heart for buried treasure." Gregg Quill, Toronto Star

"...a brightly ringing soundbyte in an uncertain world"
Ron Cunningham, New York

Editorial Songwriting:

All of the songs from Lynn's two-year project as songwriter-in-residence for "Take5" on CIUT 89.1 FM (current events program) can be found here.


Lynn Harrison

Rev. Lynn Harrison is a Toronto singer-songwriter and Unitarian Universalist minister. An inspiring musical presence at folk clubs, community events and festivals, she will be releasing her sixth recording in early 2019. Following Lynoleum, Learning Curve, Broadview, Simplicity and The Conversation, her latest project "I Wasn't Then What I Am Now" (produced by Noah Zacharin and Douglas September) explores beautiful new musical terrain in Lynn's ongoing exploration of love, life and the human spirit. Also an ordained Unitarian Universalist (UU) minister currently serving at First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, Lynn is also the creator and host of The Bridge, a themed open stage that blends music and spirituality in an innovative and inclusive way. In all paths of her work, Lynn lifts up a powerfully inspiring message of love, hope and justice.