bio
Erin Cole-Baker was born in the USA and raised in the beach filled rural Northland of New Zealand.  Her songwriting and live delivery comes from a place of great honesty and beauty, lead by her gorgeous silvery voice and extraordinary sense of melody.

Erin called Oregon home for six years in which she released Talon and Spur in 2009 and Big Sky in 2011, and where she established herself as "One of the more constant and compelling voices on the Central Oregon music scene” (GO! Magazine). 

 After a seven year break to focus on raising her two daughters, Cole-Baker released her album “Till the feeling’s right” in May 2018.   With a solid bunch of new songs and a newly acquired Fender Telecaster guitar, Cole-Baker recorded 11 songs mostly live, with her friends at Anzac Rd Studio in Whangarei.  "Till the feeling's right" was recorded over two exhilarating three day sessions, and this process has inspired her most full and grounded body of work to date. 
  
In 2018, Cole-Baker was funded by Outward Sound to attend the International Folk Alliance Conference in Kansas City.  She has recently shared the stage with Stretch and Julia Deans and receives regular play on Radio New Zealand.  In August and September Erin toured through California, Oregon and Washington and was the Breedlove Guitar artist for Sisters Folk Festival 2018.  Cole-Baker also plays in Little Ripples, sweet harmony filled family music.