Sandi Siegel blends her love of guitar and piano with meaningful lyrics that tell stories of archetypal human experiences. While her most loved bands come from the Prog-Rock era, her song writing takes influences from folk, blues and contemporary music like Tori Amos. Her music is often compared with Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan and Joni Mitchell and has been described as “melancholy contemporary”. After many years as a student and teacher of Vedic chant and yoga music, she expands her repertoire in an eclectic collection her 2018 sophomore release “Dizzying Rain” where poetry and philosophy from studies in Hindu mythology and Native American dream work are woven into to haunting melodies. Love songs and stories from daily life come alive as well.
“Dizzying Rain,” the first of her albums in her latest style, will be followed in 2019 by an album of Vedic chant inspired by years of studies in Hindu mythology and its application to our lives today. Between playing out around the western US, you may find her teaching yoga teacher trainings in Breckenridge and on the fashion runway in Denver and beyond. Sandi’s love of fashion has been a lifelong passion. She most recently has been loving her work in the Denver fashion world and hopes to keep showing the world that we can be full of grace as we age and that the world is in need of communities of all ages and diversity coming together to create and inspire one another. You can also find Sandi screaming at the TV during football season while she roots for her lifelong favorite team the New England Patriots.