Over the next little while I’ll be adding more songs and I’ll also be putting up the words and chords for songs so that you can sing and play them too. There’s a section where you can find out more about me. You can find out what other people who have heard me play think, and add your own comments. You can sign up for my newletter and you can see pictures of me in action. Enjoy!
If you’d like to hear some fully interactive folk rock for families this summer. Here’s where we’ll be. Hope to see you along the way. June 18th-Leslieville Tree Festival, Leslie Grove Park, Toronto, 1:45 (Solo) June 23rd-25th– Glastonbury Festival, Somerset, UK. (with Barny Webb and Chris Petter) July 1st– Sioux Lookout, Ontario, Canada Day Celebrations (with Pacifiers) July 6th– Ashdale Public Library, Toronto 1pm (with Lori Nancy Kalamanski) July 10th– Oakville Children’s Festival, Oakville ON 10am and 11am (with Pacifiers) July 23rd-24th– Hillside Festival, Guelph ON (with Pacifiers) July 30th-31st– Millrace Festival, Cambridge ON(solo) August 14th– Burlington Sunday Family Fun, Burlington Performing Arts Centre (with Pacifiers) August 19th– Tobermory-Manitoulin Ferry (with Pacifiers) August 20-21st– Providence Bay Fair, Manitoulin Island, ON (with Pacifiers) September 25th– Thorndale Fall Fair (with Pacifiers)
There is one tree on Hiawatha Road that starts to turn before all the rest. One day all is green and the next there are patches of red, orange and yellow.It is beautiful and it is a sign the Fall is here.
Did you have a good summer? We did and I wanted to share it with you.
In June, we were thrilled to perform at The Montreal Folk Festival.
As part of our preparation, we worked on French versions of some of our songs including “ne mange pas les crochettes de nez” for the booger song. and “frappe les mains” for “clap your hands”. It was a lovely festival. The weather was gorgeous and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
The next stop on our tour was the Mariposa Folk Festival in July.
We all enjoyed hearing some fantastic music and being part of what is known as the Grande Dame of Canadian Folk Festivals. We played 5 sets over the course of 2 days and best of all, the most amazing experience of sharing the stage and some songs with Bram Morrison of Sharon Lois and Bram.
In August we headed east again to play at the Van Kleek Hill Fair before returning to Toronto to play at our local farmers’ market in Leslieville. We always have a good time there and a great to see so many of our friends and fans from the neighbourhood.
The last stop on our tour was Ancaster Fall Fair. It’s one of the oldest fairs in Canada. 165 Years old. It was lovely. We brought our friend, film maker Bonnie Anderson along with us and, as a result we will have a couple of videos of our songs. Looking forward to seeing those. Thanks Bonnie.
In case you are wondering where on earth you can get your hands on a copy of our CD “Folk On Bikes”, it is now available at