Claire Vimala Anderson | Tears

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by Claire Vimala Anderson

Vimala talks about ‘Tears’: “This is a song I wrote soon after my mom passed away in July 2011. The sentiment is universal... it is hard to be left behind. I don't know what else to say. I miss my mom. This is a gift back to her for all she was and continues to be in her new world.”
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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Since launching her solo career in November 2007, Vimala has taken appreciative audiences on a musical journey through the acoustic folk, pop, and blues heartland of the 60’s, 70’s and more. Her repertoire includes her own vintage-style pop/folk creations and tunes from such noted acoustic icons as Joni Mitchell, Simon & Garfunkel, The Mamas & The Papas, and Joan Baez; plus dozens more. Her list of acoustic covers and originals continues to grow.

"My first recollection of music was singing ‘Climb, Climb Up Sunshine Mountain’ as a 3-year-old in church." A native of Erie, PA, Vimala’s music career continued for years in the context of religious music, though her infatuation with the Beatles and other classic rock icons is unmistakable. After joining the band MOSES in 1999 her musical range and abilities grew and expanded as the bands support vocalist and bass player.

Today, blessed with an earthy, expressive vocal and a relaxed finger-picking guitar style, Vimala's solo efforts blend blues, soul, pop/folk, and a little jazz. Reflecting her own life's journey, Vimala has developed a spiritual dimension that brings a much deeper level to her music. You will want to experience her powerful gift.


“I’m going to tell you what I told Carole King
before she started singing.
‘You’ve got what it takes … use it!’
She had everyone else singing her songs.
‘You don’t need any of them,’ I told her.
‘You’ve got it … SING!’”

–Al Aronowitz to Vimala
(September 2004)
NY Post Journalist and personal friend of George Harrison,
Bob Dylan, and Carole King



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