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Tina Pumfrey 2018 CD – That Day

December 19, 2018

Artist: Tina Pumfrey
Release: That Day
Date: 2018
Home: Thamesville, Ontario, Canada (Chatham-Kent)
Genre: Contemporary Christian Singer/ Songwriter

Notes:
Take a familiar, everyday situation. Spin a few lyrics and chords, sprinkle with a dash of rock, blues, country; maybe some folk or gospel. It was a bit more complicated than that, but essentially, that’s it! My music looks at everyday life through the lens of faith. Whatever life throws at me, faith holds me together, and music is the constant in the background.

Since 2011, I’ve been performing around southern Ontario, solo and with my band. In 2014, we recorded “Where God Is” at Northwood Studios, with producer/engineer Matt Connell at the controls. We have just finished our second album, “That Day”, a 5-song EP. It was a great experience, working at SLR Studios in Windsor, under the guidance of Marty Bak. The final product was mastered by Greg Mindorff of Suite Sound Labs in Vancouver. It will be released on June 16, 2018.

Outdoor gospel nights, church events, festival stages, house concerts,… We are ready to bring the music to you, wherever you need it!

Tracks:
01. That Day
02. Sweet As Can Be
03. Home
04. Slow
05. New Song

Links:
* Download this from apple here.
* Website here.
* Facebook here.
* Twitter here.
* Instagram here.

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Tina Pumfrey – Where God Is – 2014 CD

May 6, 2018


Artist: Tina Pumfrey
Release: Where God Is
Date: December 4th, 2014
Home: Thamesville, Ontario, Canada (Chatham-Kent)
Genre: Alternative Christian

Notes:
Life’s little details and big questions meet with catchy melodies and inspiring lyrics throughout Tina’s first full-length album. Rich vocals are powered by her keys and the musical energy of her band, creating memorable and inspiring songs!

Tracks:
01. I Will Shelter You
02. Where God Is
03. Amazing Grace (How Sweet the Love)
04. Photograph
05. Maybe Tomorrow
06. Sparkle
07. I Am
08. You Fill My Life
09. My Days Are Yours
10. With All That I Am

Links:
* Buy it at iTunes here.
* Buy it at Amazon.ca here.
* Buy it at CdBaby.com here.
* Listen to it on Spotify here.
* Tina’s Website here.
* Youtube here.
* Tina’s Facebook here.

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Unity 2016

November 13, 2016

Band: Unity
Year: 2016
Genre: Cover band: Christian/Gospel/Country/50’s 60’s 70’s Rock
Home: Chatham-Kent

Members:
Marc Caron
John Couture
Dean Robert
Brian Benoot
Rosaire Emery

Notes:
It all began in 1998 with 3 people who had met on men’s retreat weekend. They first got together to provide music ministry for a wedding ceremony.

They provide music ministry for wedding ceremonies and church services. They also entertain at family celebrations, church and community socials, fundraisers, local fairs, community events and dances, and the homes for the elderly.

A portion of entertainment and ministry proceeds is distributed to needy causes such as clean drinking water, mission feeding and housing for the poor and other individual needy situations.

Links:
* Website here.
* Facebook link here.

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The Shoeflies (1992)

July 16, 2009

Shoeflies 2001
Shoeflies 2001

Band: The Shoeflies
Release: The Shoeflies (1992)
Home: Chatham Kent Ontario Canada
Year: 1992.

Members:
l to r in above from 2001 picture.
Randy Doucette – bassist
Cory Dawe – guitarist
David DeJonge – vocalist/guitarist
Richard DeJonge – vocalist/keyboard player
Clark Allore – drummer

   The original line-up formed in 1992 in Chatham, Ontario, with high school friends Richard DeJonge and Cory Dawe. With a Casio keyboard, a guitar and two cowboy hats, the two played as a mock-country duo known as Rikky Dee & The Shoeflies.

    In 1992, the group released a self-titled 12-song album of joke songs including “Sneaky Old Bootknife”, “Kiss Me Or Kill Me” and “Prison Life’s A Bore”. During their “Not Quite World Tour,” in early 1993 the duo, now known simply as The Shoeflies (they dropped the Rikky Dee moniker at this time), played shows in Cincinnati, Kentucky, Nashville, Memphis, and various other cities in the United States.

  At the end of 1993, The Shoeflies went into Mud Creek Studios in Chatham, Ontario to record “Fly To You”, a radio single that would be used to promote the band. Vocalist Ivan Arneill sang harmonies on the track, and the song received substantial radio airplay at the University of Windsor campus radio station, where Richard DeJonge attended at the time.

 

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