Album Of The Week

Suzanne Jarvie

In The Clear

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November 8th

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As one listens to Suzanne Jarvie’s sound on her new record In The Clear, it’s hard to imagine it was only in 2014 that this Toronto wife, mother of four and lawyer, found the courage to record her debut album, Spiral Road, produced by Hugh Christopher Brown.

Saturday, November 16, 2019 | 8:30pm | Hugh's Room Live

Wolfe Island Records Show
Featuring Hugh Christopher Brown, Stephen Stanley, Chris Bennett, Suzanne Jarvie, Kate Fenner & Jason Mercer
$25 Advance / $30 Door *

For just the second time in Toronto, Wolfe Island Records will showcase an event that has been touring Europe for the last 2 years and wowing audiences in the UK. Ireland and the Netherlands. Bringing together an array of WIR musicians for an ensemble night will showcase solos, duets, and group harmonies from the likes of Stephen Stanley (Lowest of the Low), Hugh Christopher Brown and Kate Fenner (The Bourbons), and Suzanne Jarvie (Recent winner of the Colleen Peterson Award for Songwriting) supported by Chris Bennett one of the top lead guitarists in the country.

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Album Of The Week

Coco Love Alcorn

Rebirth

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November 1st

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Coco Love Alcorn combines diverse musical influences including jazz, R&B, pop, folk, and Gospel. Her love of improvising, and willingness to engage with the audience has made her an established presence on the Canadian music scene.

 

Born in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and now based in Owen Sound, Ontario, her career has spanned more than 20 years, 12 (9 solo) albums, cross-Canada tours, collaborations, festival appearances, award nominations, and notable success in TV and film licensing.

There is no one in this country that sings like Coco Love Alcorn, she has such command of her immense vocal range, add to that her compositional skills, her fearless approach to performing what her heart sings to her, and the deep beauty that lies within her soul that we glimpse in each and every line she delivers with such power and grace, ‘Rebirth’ is an astounding body of work.

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Stephen Fearing

The Unconquerable Past 

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October 18th

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Multi-JUNO Award winner and co-founder of Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, Stephen Fearing has been regarded as one of Canada’s great musical storytellers — not to mention one of its most acclaimed guitarists — since the 1980s, and his 13th solo album The Unconquerable Past, out Nov. 8, 2019, adds another unique chapter to that impressive body of work. It’s also a striking and often surprising example of his restless creative spirit.

While fans of his solo work may be more familiar with Fearing’s acoustic side, brilliantly displayed on his 2018 special vinyl-only release The Secret of Climbing, or his electric-trio work on 2017’s Every Soul’s A Sailor, The Unconquerable Past finds him stepping back into the wide-screen world of layered instruments and arrangements in collaboration with Winnipeg-based producer/songwriter Scott Nolan (William Prince, Mary Gauthier, Hayes Carll) and a superb group of players featuring acclaimed pianist Jeremy Rusu, bassist Julian Bradford, drummer Christian Dugas, vocalist Andrina Turrene, and Nashville’s legendary multi-instrumentalist Jim Hoke.

Like other artists who are loosely categorized as ‘folk’ and ‘Americana’, Fearing questions what those terms really mean. The Unconquerable Past can be seen as embracing and transcending the labels and genres simultaneously. Above all, on The Unconquerable Past, Stephen Fearing steps out once again with a fresh perspective and a new batch of songs and stories drawing deeply from over thirty years of writing and playing across Canada and around the world.

Album Of The Week

WORLD EXCLUSIVE

Stephen Fearing

The Unconquerable Past 

First in a two part feature with an exclusive interview discussing the making of the album and the tracks on it.

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October 11th

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Multi-JUNO Award winner and co-founder of Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, Stephen Fearing has been regarded as one of Canada’s great musical storytellers — not to mention one of its most acclaimed guitarists — since the 1980s, and his 13th solo album The Unconquerable Past, out Nov. 8, 2019, adds another unique chapter to that impressive body of work. It’s also a striking and often surprising example of his restless creative spirit.

While fans of his solo work may be more familiar with Fearing’s acoustic side, brilliantly displayed on his 2018 special vinyl-only release The Secret of Climbing, or his electric-trio work on 2017’s Every Soul’s A Sailor, The Unconquerable Past finds him stepping back into the wide-screen world of layered instruments and arrangements in collaboration with Winnipeg-based producer/songwriter Scott Nolan (William Prince, Mary Gauthier, Hayes Carll) and a superb group of players featuring acclaimed pianist Jeremy Rusu, bassist Julian Bradford, drummer Christian Dugas, vocalist Andrina Turrene, and Nashville’s legendary multi-instrumentalist Jim Hoke.

Like other artists who are loosely categorized as ‘folk’ and ‘Americana’, Fearing questions what those terms really mean. The Unconquerable Past can be seen as embracing and transcending the labels and genres simultaneously. Above all, on The Unconquerable Past, Stephen Fearing steps out once again with a fresh perspective and a new batch of songs and stories drawing deeply from over thirty years of writing and playing across Canada and around the world.