At album #3, but still just 19, Thomason has popped up her sound, with a bigger, bolder collection of ten tracks, steering her away from standard singer-songwriter fare. Working with producer John-Angus MacDonald of The Trews, there's big guitar over... more »
Dave Marsh has been around. He's been the anchor of the Halifax indie scene since before it was a scene, coming to the fore in the beloved and still occasionally active The SuperFriendz, and of course, as a founding member... more »
The image I have, and most people have, of Old Man Luedecke is one guy, one banjo, one great storyteller and singer, entertaining us with his songwriting gems. The man who told us the answer to life, the universe and... more »
Some people gradually change over the course of their life, maybe grow a a little more mellow, or give up on some wild ways as they age. Some make big changes. And then there are those who turn their life... more »
Bob Mersereau has been covering music, and the East Coast Music Scene since 1985 for CBC. He's a veteran scene-maker at the ECMA's, knows where the best shows and right parties are happening, and more importantly, has survived to tell the tales. His weekly East Coast music column is heard on Shift on Radio 1 in New Brunswick each Wednesday at 4'45. He's also the author of two national best-selling books, The Top 100 Canadian Albums (2007) and The Top 100 Canadian Singles (2010).