Shannon Curfman (born Fargo, North Dakota, July 31, 1985) is an American blues-rock guitarist and singer. She came to prominence in 1999, at the age of 14, with the release of her first album, Loud Guitars, Big Suspicions, which she recorded a year earlier in 1998. Even at that time, her deep, robust voice and virtuoso electric guitar playing surprised many listeners, who found it difficult to believe that they were listening to a performer in her teens, rather than her twenties or thirties.
After a prolonged absence from recording, Shannon self-released a five-song EP entitled Take It Like A Man in July of 2006.
A full-length album "Fast Lane Addiction" was released late in 2007, showing her guitar playing, songwriting and vocals have matured yet still retain their power and edge.
Like her contemporary Jonny Lang (b. 1981), Curfman is from North Dakota.
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Following the release of her lastest album What You're Getting Into in the summer of 2010, Shannon took an open spot with the Twisted Brown Truckers supporting Kid Rock. You can currently find her out on the Born Free tour.