CINCINNATI - Margaret Darling moved from Virginia to Cincinnati about seven years ago to take a job in design.
But once she arrived she followed through on a promise to herself to write and perform her own music.
Since then, she’s devoted time as a member of the Cincinnati pop trio, Seedy Seeds, and more lately as a solo artist.
Take a listen to part of her Bunbury set and the unusual national tour she’s planning.
Darling has a few local gigs lined up for this Fall: Sept. 7 at the Comet in Northside; she’ll appear at the “Music for the Mountains” benefit at the Southgate House Revival in Newport; and on Oct. 24 at Japp’s Annex in Over-The-Rhine.
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