Ford performing in 2015
|Origin||East Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Associated acts||The Be Good Tanyas|
Jenny Charlesworth of The Georgia Straight wrote that a few of the songs "swing with a mellow neo-soul beat enlivened by buttery vocals", and noted influences from rhythm and blues singers Ann Peebles, Roberta Flack, and Donny Hathaway. Ford also credits her free spirited parents (her father was an American conscientious objector who moved to Canada), and being a mother has had a strong influence on her songwriting.
Obadiah takes its name from Ford's middle name "Obadiah". When she was born, her parents asked her brothers to choose her middle name; they decided to name her after their pet cat Obadiah that had recently run away.
- Obadiah (2010)
- Indian Ocean (2014)
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