Saturday on the Performance Hour: Jill Porter Perseveres
It's nearly seven years since Jill Porter released her debut album, took to the road, and played regular shows in downtown St. John's.
The woman from Burgeo has been more quiet lately, working her day job and avoiding the late nights.
But she's never far from her guitar, does plenty of recording at home, and continues working with other local singers and songwriters like Mark Bragg, Mick Davis, and Duane Morgan.
This Saturday (March 10), Jill Porter visits the Performance Hour studio, guitar in hand, with a batch of new songs.
We'll hear how she's changed and grown from the young woman who made her self-described "authentic rock and roll" album back in 2005.
Also this week, we'll hear St. John's novelist Edward Riche reading at the Sparks Literary Festival, and Mark Hiscock of Shanneyganock talks about the band's latest album, a tribute to the music and legacy of the McNulty Family.
(Jill Porter photo by Tracy Davis)