It’s been a busy week in new releases here at Fred’s! Fresh in, fresher than the first snow, Spirit of Newfoundland leading lady released her debut “O Holy Night.” A Christmas Gem.
Also new and out now, David Picco “Start Again”, featuring local heavies Brad Power, Chris Donelly, and brother Chris Picco. A retro sounding singer-songwriter 10 song CD – think classic 70s and 80s rock – catchy and tight.
And, of course, the new CD from Lady Brett Ashley “Fault Lines”, which they launched in grand style with a killer in-store performance (you can see
the video in our feed below). Evocative keyboards, sumptuous bass, atmospheric percussion and vocals that pull you in, let you go, as haunting and compelling as a St. John’s autumn gust.
These releases – like all our local releases – are available in-store and online (http://bit.ly/1LiFuOY)
Amelia was just one of two multi-award winners and everyone else was a first-time nominee and arose victorious in a field of excellent choices.
We love you all. Shine on!
Donnie Dumphy is back in his feature-length film debut! Co-written by Nik Sexton and Edward Riche, “How to be Deadly” features Donnie and a cast of young talent and some of Newfoundland’s best-loved comedic actors (Mary Walsh, Rick Mercer, Greg Malone and more). Click here to find out more or to buy a copy.
I’m talking about the Long Distance Runners.
Brand new CD “Elements” is here now.
Still some tickets available here for the Friday night show at the Rockhouse featuring the Stogies and Pathological Lovers.
Long Distance Runners are one of the provinces most dynamic and accomplished bands. Cancel your other plans – the Rockhouse is where you want to be.
Oh yes!! The man, the myth, the mini bike, Donnie Dumphy.
Directed by Nik Sexton
Written by Edward Riche and Nik Sexton,
and featuring an all-star NL cast.
COMING THIS WEEK
Congratulations Andrea Rose and Ki Adams for a big weekend of singing and choral music. Their international symposium The Singing Network launched in St. John’s with two spectacular choral concerts featuring Lady Cove Women’s Choir, Newman Sound Men’s Choir, Canadian Chamber Choir, MUN Chamber Choir, Quintessential Vocal Ensemble and more.
The Canadian Chamber Choir presented a program of beautiful Canadian selections. The spotlight was also on Eriks Esenvalds, among the top young choral composers in the world, who was a keynote speaker and whose works were performed to hushed audiences. His CDs sold out immediately and will be back in stock at Fred’s asap!
A Cameo performance by the Ennis Sisters at the opening session gave the international guests a lovely introduction to their sweet harmonies from the Southern Shore.