Mirthe is first and foremost a singer, but it comes natural to her to accompany herself on one of her string instruments: the guitar, the piano, the celtic harp. On stage she goes from one instrument to the other, thereby offering a varied and unique show to her audience.

Expression is key for Mirthe. She likes to tell stories through music - paint a picture with the lyrics, evoke emotions with the sounds, take the listener on a journey... But most of all she looks for meaning in every song, a certain vibration that moves something - in herself and in others.

Duo with Terry Lark

Terry Lark a former member of the Happy Drivers, The Honkytonk Hicks and Dusty Rocks.

A couple of links to discover more about Terry Lark :

- https://www.facebook.com/Terry-Lark-128651617171992/

- https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Drivers

- https://youtu.be/ruZWlko7hkA

- https://youtu.be/PwyYA1s7Pdk

Together with Rémy Verneuil, Mirthe has worked on several musical projects. First two series of French translations of English songs : songs by Bob Dylan and traditional American, Irish and British songs.
More recently, Rémy and Mirthe have been writing their own songs - most in French, some in English. Six of these titles have been released on their album   “Éclosion”.

Collaboration with Rémy Verneuil

Mirthe (vocals, guitar, celtic harp) and Terry (double bass) perform a repertoire of folk rock covers from the sixties and seventies, from Bob Dylan to Joan Baez, not to mention Johnny Cash and plenty of others. Between the songs accompanied on the guitar and the double bass, there are also a couple of songs accompanied on the celtic harp.

Visit the page Videos to listen to their first demo: a cover of “Jolene” (song by Dolly Parton).

Rémy Verneuil is a poet, author, photographer and painter. Almost all photographs on this website of Mirthe are his work, as are all the posters for her concerts (see the concert blog on the French Agenda). Please visit his website to get a glimpse of the wide range of his art.