During the lockdowns, we tried doing some audio/video recordings with whatever we had layin’ around the house. We’ve always loved learning songs by The Band. They’re both challenging and incredibly fun to play. We often begin and end our rehearsals this way. It’s great because we all get to sing together. It’s like musical group therapy. It works wonders on …
Clem Chesterfield’s new single “Date Night” closes out the show for the Top 20 countdown for week ending April 16. Listen:
Could this song be about your family?? Fasten your seatbelts and find out: we’re off to the Drive Thru. Maybe we shouldn’t have brought the dog?
An homage to European variety shows of the 70s, filmed in the historic lounge that is now known as The Piano Room of the Hotel Wolfe Island. Directed by Sean Michael Turrell.
Skeleton Park neighbourhood award-winning poet, Steven Heighton reads his poem “Gravesong,” with neighbour, and bassist for Orchestra Kingston, Rodney Sothmann. Though they’d never performed together, this collaboration was put together in one physically-distanced afternoon.
“The Ropes” is lyrical, mystical, soulful and transcendent. The first time I put it on I was so compelled by its flavors and hues that I had to stop everything else I was doing, lie down on the wooden floor, and let the tones reverberate through my soul. Read the full article at Thrive Global: https://thriveglobal.com/stories/the-ropes-cd-review/
Stone Road Studios Sessions “Blue Skies” by The Mill•Rights: Joey Lee, Damien Van Johnson, Patrick Aaron Engineered by: Jake Bury Mixed by: Jake Bury w/ Geoff Chown Mastered by: Michael Fossenkemper at Turtle Tone Studios.
Official Music Video
The Other Side, by The Gertrudes, September 2020 Mixed by Jason Mercer, Produced by The Gertrudes and Jason Mercer Engineered by Dylan Lodge, Jason Mercer, Matt Rogalsky Animations by Chantal Rousseau, Edited by Josh Lyon
The artists responsible for the album covers for The Ropes and Scarlett Graham have a lifelong connection. Here is the story behind these two beautiful works, in the artists’ own words. ISABEL STUKATOR We know each other through Leann, of course, whom I’ve known since she was 20. So when Eddie was born, and watching her grow up, mostly on …
Pros and Cons is a restorative justice program producing and recording original music in Canadian prisons.
Rocky Roberts gathers Wolfe Island Records alumni in social isolation to support health care workers and memorialize loved ones.
You probably recognize John Prine and Ellis Marsalis. They are joined by Skylar Herbert in memorial and loving wishes to them and all families experiencing loss.
Spring does drive creativity, and on Wolfe Island, we are nurturing new work while watching out for those on the island at risk — making sure everybody has enough food in a time when many are isolated and others can’t work. Where we can, it feels like our best role is to try and inject some positivity into lives that …
“I Believe” by Paul J Bolger & Hugh Christopher Brown
“He Won’t Roam” Sing-a-Long Lyric Video with Clem & Samson RIP ♥️ The much meowed about tune now has a lyric video for everyone to sing along to! 🎶 Give Ol’ Samson his due! Meow!🐱 Written by Tim Sheffield and Performed by Clem Chesterfield
“Methods” by Hugh Christopher Brown, performed by The Ropes with Kate Fenner
“The Yield” by Kate Fenner, performed by The Ropes with Kate Fenner
A Jamstone Productions presentation: The Mill•Rights – “Nothin’ Ever Hurt Me (Half As Bad As Losing You)” Live at Z.A.M.F.I.R. Music Festival June 14, 2019. Produced by George Broughton, Video by Céline Klein, Audio by Geoff Chown. Song: Written by Bobby Braddock and originally recorded by George Jones in 1973 at Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN for his album “Nothing Ever …
“Next to Me” from The Stephen Stanley Band’s new record ‘Jimmy & The Moon’ produced by Hugh Christopher Brown. Featuring Hadley McCall Thackston.
Here Comes My Love from Brown’s album PACEM featuring lifelong collaborator Kate Fenner Directed by Sean Michael Turrell