A Fortunate weekend: Catherine Allan & Andrew James O’Brien launch new album

Fortunate Ones debuted their latest album, The Bliss, on Feb. 20 at Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s.
Fortunate Ones, a.k.a. Catherine Allan & Andrew James O’Brien, debuted their latest album, The Bliss, at Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s on Feb. 20. (CBC)

Fortunate Ones Catherine Allan & Andrew James O’Brien debuted their latest album, The Bliss, on Feb. 20 at Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s.

The choir from Bishop Abraham Elementary in St. John's sing with Fortunate Ones at their album launch at Holy Heart. (CBC)
The show, in collaboration with Mightypop, also served as the backdrop for one of the latest recordings of the CBC’s East Coast Music Hour with host David Myles.
The Newfoundland duo were backed onstage by Mark Neary (bass), Allan Byrne (guitar), Allan Brake (drums), and the Bishop Abraham Choir.
Fortunate Ones on WAM Liner Notes with Angela Antle 16:28

Winnipeg’s Del Barber also helped set the mood for the evening, putting the crowd in stitches with his stories and songs.

To help you have a Fortunate weekend, click the audio above to hear Fortune Ones, who were Sunday's guests on WAM with host Angela Antle.

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