Winter sunsets are some of the most rewarding of the year. Bringing in the dark part of the day, the heart of the season, sending us to settle in and get down to business. And it’s extra rewarding to see all that hard work pay off.
I’m thrilled that my new album Water in the Draw has been playing all over college radio — even hitting the #8 spot on the National Folk and Roots chart. And the journalists are saying some real nice things about it, too.
And I was awful proud to be recognized with a Music PEI Award for Achievement in Classical Music with the rest of Atlantic String Machine. In fact, we’re double ecstatic, since our album The Bayfield Sessions has also been nominated for Classical Album of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards.
As the nights get shorter and the winter magic melts away, there’ll be some fun things on the horizon. A trip to Newfoundland for the ECMAs, a visit to the Confed Centre stage with Rose Cousins, and the premieres of a couple new exciting videos (that I can’t quite share the details of yet!). Keep your eye on the events page for all the dotted i’s and crossed t’s.