Darlene Hixson
dangerously deep

Darlene Hixson is a guitar playing singer/songwriter from Victoria, BC. A folk/pop style, influenced by Natalie Merchant and Jewel, yet uniquely her own, rich in melody and lyric. Strong, distinct vocals, a combination of Tori Amos & Dolores O'Riordan {Cranberries}

"Darlene writes songs of unaffected beauty and sings with an honesty that at once startles and soothes, haunts and heals. Her voice is an utterly unique instrument inviting us into mystery, sorrow, laughter,..."
(Mark Buchanan, author, Duncan B.C.)

Darlene grew up in Prince Edward Island, immersed in Island culture, surrounded by music rich in harmony. Mentored by her singing/songwriting mother, Darlene sang in school and church choirs while growing up. After highschool, she attended university in Hawaii and learned to play guitar, and began writing songs.

Darlene has performed at festivals, open stages, folk guilds, & coffee houses.

Her debut CD, "dangerously deep" is a 10 song CD of original material, written in the midst of everyday joys and struggles, a journey of love and emotion, nature and the spirit, produced by Bob Benson, Victoria, BC.
1. snow
2. a lot of hope
3. maze in my mind
4. flowers
5. super duper love
6. happy
7. homeless girl
8. onward
9. bleed