Crooked Tunes from a Night at The Ship
He cut his teeth in the folk clubs of Toronto. She grew up in the east end of St. John's.
Duncan Cameron and Charlotte-Anne Malischewski share a love of Newfoundland tunes, traditional standards, and songs from Quebec.
We'll hear them this Saturday (June 30) on the Performance Hour, in a Folk Night session recorded at the Ship Pub in St. John's.
Charlotte-Anne is a fiddle player steeped in the Newfoundland tradition, with a fondness for the "crooked tune." Duncan is a multi-instrumentalist who brought bouzouki, guitar, fiddle, and concertina to the session. And they both sing.
The result is a rich and varied take on the trad sound, featuring songs and tunes, old and new, in French and English, from near and far.
(Photo by Rick West.)