But it was Dossett's now-defunct band,
The Chocolate Drops aren't the only ones who have taken notice of Dossett's music. Her song "Anna Lee" is featured on
Dossett will bring her music to
This week, Dossett will be playing as a duo with
"He is a virtuoso guitar and banjo player," she said. "We play a wide variety of song styles."
Weekender talked to Dossett about the upcoming show. Here are excepts from the conversation.
Weekender: How has your sound evolved over the years?
Dossett: When we moved to
Weekender: Where do you get inspiration for songs?
Dossett: Often things in nature, like the night sky or birds. I draw from my own life, I have three children who are just about grown now. I've been a neighbor and a mother and a wife for a long time, so there's a lot to draw from.
Weekender: What's the atmosphere like during one of your shows?
Dossett: It's more relaxed with people really listening to the songs. I like it to feel comfortable. It can feel like a conversation with the audience.
Weekender: This is your first time playing at the Cameo. How are you feeling about
Dossett: I've played a lot at Poplar Knight Spot (in
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