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December 1, 2017

 

Steven Pelland Music

 

Steven Pelland started his musical journey at the early age of seven by studying accordion and organ. His father, a professional guitarist and vocalist, influenced Steven to study electric bass and voice.  During his teens, he studied voice with the great bass baritone, Ron Nadeau.  At nineteen, Steven graduated from the Modern School of Music, and freelanced as a bassist in Boston's jazz scene. For the past several decades, Steven has written hundreds of songs, and has performed across the country. He is also an accomplished, finger style guitarist and fine vocalist.

 

Steven has been influenced by musical greats to include; Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Dougie Maclain and even Bach to name a few. Steven recently completed the recording of his new  album, "These Days". He has showcased at the NERFA conference in NY and at SERFA.

 

https://www.stevenpellandmusic.com/

 

 

January 5, 2018

 

Nancy Beaudette

 

A rich pallet of folk and singer/songwriter with a hint of country and a dash of Celtic music – all the ingredients of a Canadian Kitchen Party!

Blending brave and honest songwriting, first-rate musicianship, and a huge helping of native Canadian wit, Nancy Beaudette is an artist of songs and heart.

 

She was raised near Cornwall, Ontario, a place sustained by farming and millwork where French and English languages were friendly neighbours.

Her new CD, “South Branch Road”, delves into those roots, weaving a nostalgic past into lush songs of familial history, good-humored folly and poignant observations of life and loss.

 

http://nancybeaudette.com/

 

 

February 2, 2018

 

Heather Pierson Trio

 

http://www.heatherpierson.com/

 

 

 

March 2, 2018

 

Cole, Nakoa and Treacher

 

 

 

May 4, 2018

 

Sloan Wainwright and Glen Roethel

 

 

 

June 1, 2018

 

Jim Trick