I wrote my first songs without telling anyone on a little Casio keyboard that my parents gifted me as a child. I quietly tested them out on crowds of strangers at open mic nights around Halifax. Since then, I’ve performed on over 20 albums and toured with talented folks like Jenn Grant, Timber Timbre and Great Lake Swimmers.
All I really want is to make and play more music …and maybe not get into any more debt while I do it!
“Bad Timing,” my latest track, is a cheeky nope; an empathetic expression of simply not being in love with someone. I didn’t want to be too dark.
It’s taken from Fireworks; my forthcoming new album about being on both the initiating and receiving sides of a breakup, that will be released on February 22, 2019.
I’ll be on the road a lot this year, supporting Fireworks and strengthening myself as a player, performer and writer. Included at the bottom of this note is a full list of the dates I’ve confirmed so far. If I’m near you, it would mean the world to see you out there.
March 30 – North Saanich, BC @ North Saanich Folk Club+
April 2 – Calgary, AB @ Ironwood+
April 3 – Calgary, AB @ House Concert+
April 4 – Edmonton, AB @ The Station+
April 5 – Saskatoon, SK @ The Basement+
April 6 – Regina, SK @ The Artesian+
April 17 – Toronto, ON @ The Burdock*
April 19 – Ottawa, ON @ National Arts Centre*
+w/ Erin Costelo