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Time EP Release 2009

November 13, 2013

Band: Time
Release: Time E.P.
Year: 2009
Genre: Rock
Formed: 2006

Local connection: Pat Wilken & Ryan Watson are from Erieau. The band was Windsor based until moving to Toronto in 2010.
Time later changed their name to TimeGiant.

Tracks:
1. White Window
2. Candy From A Feather
3. The Pressure
4. Counter Clockwise

Links:
Official Website here.
Itunes link for this EP here.
CBC link here.

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Lonesome Lefty 2009

July 30, 2013

 

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Artist: Lonesome Lefty
Year: 2009
Genre: Old time Country covers & originals.
Born: Chatham-Kent Ontario
Instruments: Acoustic guitar, fiddle.
Contact: lonesomelefty@yahoo.ca

Current bands:
Lonesome Lefty & the Crying Shames. The Band is a revolving door of great local musicians based upon availability.
Duo – Two Dollar Bill.

Notes
* A documentry entitled ‘The Ghost of Lonesome Lefty’ was made by Tim Swaddling.
* Mainly performs in the Windsor area with regular shows at The Bridge Tavern and Sky Lounge.
* Main instruments are acoustic guitar & fiddle.

Preview the movie teaser here.
Listen to an interview here.
View his blog here.

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Elyse Weinberg 2009

October 10, 2011

Artist: Elyse Weinberg (AKA Cori Bishop)
Release: In My Own Sweet Time
Year: 2009
Genre: Folk, Alternative Folk
Born: Chatham Ontario Canada
Website: here.
Preview or buy the Album: here.

Track Listing:
1. Anybody Out There?
2. Break It Wide Open
3. Hey My Baby
4. Remind Me
5. Operator
6. Darlin’
7. The Shining One
8. Sleepwalker
9. Nothin’s Gonna Change
10. All Is Well

Produced by Cori Bishop & John Swinnerton at Sonic Sojourns, Ashland, Oregon.

Notes:
The Holy Grail. That’s how Andrew Rieger of Elf Power described the moment in 1999 when he first listened to Elyse’s long forgotten 1968 self-titled release. Back in the late ’60’s, the album received quite a bit of attention – so much so that Elyse appeared on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, in Newsweek and the L.A. Free Press, and at Shaffer Music Festival in NYC. She continued to write and record for Asylum Records. Cut to 30 years later when Rieger fell so much in love with her debut album that he contacted Elyse (now going by the name Cori Bishop and living in Ashland, Ore.).

The rest is history – Orange Twin rereleased the self-titled debut, along with two other of her songs from that era, one of which, “Houses,” features Neil Young wielding his distinctively ripping guitar sound. Since, Elyse’s story has become something of a rock legend – after the rerelease her album received massive amount of positive feedback in the press, and she was mentioned in Magnet, Time Out NY, Aquarium Drunkard, Creative Loafing (amongst others). Perhaps the most flattering result was two extremely successful indie bands, Vetiver and Dinosaur Jr. decided to cover “Houses” in the aftermath of the release.

Now, after playing extensively over the past few years, which included a date at Montreal Pop Festival in 2008, Elyse has recorded a new album for the first time since the late ’60’s – the aptly titled “In My Own Sweet Time.” Elyse’s voice is still captivating – at once sweet and melodic, while also sounding edgy and ragged, brimming with a sense of hope and liberation. As Andrew Rieger said, it’s scary and magical stuff, which is particularly captured in the album’s first single “Anybody Out There?”

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Dixie Cats 2009

August 21, 2011

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Band: Dixie Cats
Year: 2009
Home: Chatham-Kent
Genre: Dixieland music

The Dixie Cats are a subgroup od the Chatham Concert Band that perform for smaller or on request functions. Other sub groups include The Hungry Five Polka Band, The Jingle Bell Rovers Christmas Group and The Primitive Roots Jazz Band, an 18-piece stage band for dancing.

Members (photo above)
Phil, St. Clair Shad, Byron, John Green, John Revell, Vaughn P., John Leigh

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Jim Moffatt 2009 CD

February 19, 2011

Artist: Jim Moffatt
Year: 2009
Release: Live At Crystal Gardens (Live)
Resides: Victoria, BC
Home: Chatham Kent, Light House Cove
Genre: Roots & Folk, Pop

Buy the CD @ Itunes online here.
Visit or listen online here or here or here.

Notes: Jim is a story teller extrodinaire! His songs are personal, well composed and played and sung beautifully.

Songs:
01 Introductions
02 Blues Man
03 Introductions Lighthouse
04 The Lighthouse Keepers Dream
05 Intro to Free
06 Free and On the Road
07 Intro Working Hard
08 Working Hard Looken for Work Worken Nowhere Blues
09  Introduction Wizard
10 The Wizard
11 Encore Utah
12 The Logger

Bio: After growing up on the streets of Chatham Ontario, attending high school and finishing with no fixed address, attending numerous universities in both the US and Canada with a goal of football and wrestling, being a Zodiac pilot for Greenpeace “Save the Whales” and a short term in a Newfoundland jail for anti-sealing protests, Jim turned his attention to playing music. With his first test being in Calgary Alberta at the 1st Studio 1/ Keen Craft (Long and Mcquade) music award he walked away with top prize as a member of the duo “Bow River Lumber Company.” This was not a small feat as names such as Jan Arden, Oliver Krall, Scott Parsons and Jenny Allen were also on the program.

(Hi; Jim here….I bet you’re thinking “If this guy’s so great why have I never heard of him?” That’s simple. You never heard of me because just as I was starting to “make it” I went through a relationship loss, and I broke. Plain and simple. I sold all my gear and tried to quit the business. Did too for about 10 years. But as a friend of mine from the Nanaimo Folk club said “The big dog is back.” That’s all I want to say on the matter. I know some will think its not cool to bring it up but one thing I have learned is when there is a giant elephant in the room and nobody talks about it, it only get bigger. If you want to know more, ask me. Now, back to the important stuff.)

Jim has opened for Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Connie Calder, Michael Lewis, and Scott Parsons, to name a few. His style and musical influences include suc all-time-greats as Stan Rogers, Harry Chapin, Chris De Berg, John Prine, and James Taylor.

Jim’s been around folk festivals, having played the Home County Festival in London Ontario, Blackfalds Folk Festival in Alberta and Vancouver Island Folk Festival and others. He has played universities from Windsor to Ottawa, from London to Thunder Bay to Calgary. He has been featured in L.A. at the Pier 1 Show, and was a band member with groups such as Hero, Panic and The Bow River Lumber Company. His first love has always been a singer-songwriter writing music to bring images to his listeners’ minds.

View video of track 8 below:

If video does not appear, watch it here.

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Kristin Nicholls Band 2009

November 26, 2010

Band: Kristin Nicholls Band
Release: EP (4 Songs)
Genre: Rock
Year: 2009
Formed: 2007

Notes: Kristin is from Chatham but now resides in Hamilton. His sister Brook Nicholls also recently released a great record too. These two sibling songbirds have been singing together since they were teenagers. Their first acoustic EP together is entitled “It’s Christmas” and should be released in 2010.

 In late 2007, Kristin Nicholls teamed up with fellow long time musicians and close friends to form a new project dubbed “Kristin Nicholls Band”. Produced by multi JUNO AWARD winning producer Julius Butty his new EP is now available on itunes.

Tracks: It’s Ok, Alive Again, Stand Tall, Gotta Be More.

Members:
Kristin Nicholls
Luke Cronsberry
Jamie Altena
Allen Bilston

Buy the EP on itunes or at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/KristinNichollsBand.
Visit them online here or here.

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Ancestors NIGHTFALL 2009

August 21, 2010

Band: Ancestors
Release: NIGHTFALL 7″
Year: Feb. 2009
Genre: Indie Rock
Reside: Toronto
Home: Members from Chatham

Note: Wes played drums in a few good local indie bands before splitting to Toronto. The most notable being the punk trio “The Beat Junkies”, before leaving for Toronto. Chatham boys Wes Moore (Now bass guitar) and Corey Wells (Vocals. Guitar) also perform in “Buckets Of” and have made it back home a few times bringing that band to perform at the Elephants Nest.

300 press on black vinyl w/ MP3 download. Design and print by Michal Majewski

Tracks
Superpyscle, Black Dust, Future Confusion, Six Fathoms. CERN, Nightfall

The video ‘supercycle’. Camera and lighting by James Hayward.

Links:
Myspace link: http://www.myspace.com/ancestors 
Official website: http://www.ancestors.tv

Origianl video host
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUp7BZWYKH4

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