So I started to think about the people that came in and out of my life and decided to write honest musical statements about what had transpired. If I hurt you, I’m sorry. If you hurt me, it’s hurts. If I’ve wronged you, I’m sorry, please, I beg your pardon. Once I took music from this point of view the songs started to flow almost effortlessly.
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A storyteller through song, Maria Dunn combines North American folk and country music with the influences of her Celtic heritage. She writes songs inspired by historical and contemporary characters, capturing their struggles and triumphs in her lyrics. A 2009 nominee for the Canadian Folk Music Awards for her newest CD, The Peddler, Maria also received a Juno nomination in the Roots/Traditional Solo category for her second recording, For a Song.
GTaa originally harks from Manchester’s urban outskirts, but colours his music with alternative experience from around the World. GTaa produced the ‘Live It All’ album in 2002/2003, from recordings made over the previous few years, with Alan Gregson at West Orange Studio, Preston.
CONNIE LANSBERG is a singer/songwriter who performs original Pop-Jazz and Smooth Jazz. She is a vocal interpreter of the wonderful stories told by the American Song Book and beyond. She uses her voice in such a way as to reveal and tease out even the most subtle of nuances that define these beautiful songs. Reminiscent of Blossom Dearie and June Christy, but with the modern edge of Sade and Sting, Connie Lansberg creates light and shade and sings with an unselfconscious joy that is truly infectious and enfolds the listener within the melody so that each performance is a shared experience that leaves no one out.
Connie was recently asked by an eminent Melbourne Kiniseologist to supply both her music and her voice for a series of uniquely modern meditations designed for both the Nokia and iPhone app stores. They can also be download from up coming website mobile-meditations.com
Somebody Else by Hayley Stark
Why is there somebody else, sleeping in my bed, in my clothes, in my house?
The vivacious acoustic duo Hayley Stark bring you this gem of a song that speaks of loneliness, heartbreak and not quite knowing where you fit in this crazy world.
Einaudi blends evocative piano minimalism with almost impressionist touches of ambient electronica, strings, and percussion. His new record, Nightbook, is as definitive a collection as you can expect from a music that is essentially indefinable but if you’re a fan of film, television, or even basketball, you’ve probably already heard his music.
8 Ball Aitken is authentic — a real-deal Outback character who rattles the roof, stomps the planks, and gets his audiences whooping and hollering along in a frenzy of pure exuberance. He plays a sizzling hot blend of original Australian roots-rock, served up spiced with country and blues — roots music with balls.