Five women from the five-college town of Amherst, MA, Taking Back Eden is one of acoustic music’s most arresting bands to emerge from the Western Massachusetts music scene.
This indie-folk-rock band features Carolyn Walker on vocals, guitar and violin; Sylvie Abate on guitar and banjitar; Jen Spingla on bass and vocals, and Christine “Tina” Abate on full kit and percussion.
Each woman in Eden is a songwriter in her own right and together they produce passionate, literate, sensitive music that speaks about contemporary social issues and fragile discoveries about love and relationships.
Taking Back Eden has captured the heart of New England where the band is currently booked eight months in advance and has developed a large social media following. In addition to colleges, festivals, concert halls, clubs, and coffee houses, Taking Back Eden has appeared on Cape Cod television, SKOPE Radio, the Valley Homegrown Show on GCTV, Music of the People Radio WNCB, and is a favorite on Women of Substance Radio.
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