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Erin started her singing career fairly late in life, finding her voice on stage as a member of the FASS Theatre Company while completing her studies at the University of Waterloo. Soon after, she joined Kitchener Waterloo Little Theatre and hasn’t stopped singing since. In addition to KWLT and FASS, she has had featured roles in musicals with Stratford Community Players and Perth County Players. Erin was also the lead singer for the Kitchener band Six Minutes to Midnight, and can often be found singing the National Anthem at local sporting events. From 2014-2017 she was the vocalist (and flute player) for the acoustic duo Erin and Company, performing in local bars, festivals and senior homes. Currently she is performing as a solo entertainer in senior homes, and has just recently joined the band Dangerhouse as their new singer.

She began playing flute at the age of 13, and picked up the clarinet a couple of years later. She has performed with the Waterloo Concert Band, the University of Waterloo Warriors Band, the Argonotes, the Guelph Concert Band and the Kitchener Musical Society Band. Currently, Erin is a member of the Iron Tonic Jazz Band, where she plays Alto Saxophone. She also loves playing in pit orchestras for musical theatre, and since 1998 has performed with Royal City Musical Productions, The Community Players of New Hamburg, UW Drama, Stratford Community Players, JM Drama and others.