Tracy Clements is a popular blues and soul singer in Nova Scotia. She is known for stunning live performances, often backed by the Hupman Brothers Band.
Sample from This Place: Tracey Clements:
Coming Home, Nova Scotia
Chris Robison is one of the most covered singer / songwriters in the Annapolis Valley. He is a multi instrumentalist and played bass for both the Hupman Brothers Band and Andy and Ariana. The last few copies of his almost sold out CD “Bad Songs” are available at the Rolled Oat Cafe in Wolfville.
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Jesse Potter is both an inspiring songwriter and captivating guitarist. His original songs offer a depth of lyrical ingenuity, paired with a playful and unique guitar style. Jesse’s songs have a way of connecting to each individual as if he were playing just for them. He offers listeners a unique experience, as he shares his heart and soul with them, holding nothing back.
Sample from This Place: Jesse Potter:
Nova Scotia Blues
Sarah Pound is a growing singer-songwriter from the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. Her main instruments are the piano, guitar and trumpet, but she is most passionate about singing. She began writing poetry as a young girl, songs as a teenager and now has dozens of originals to her name. Sarah’s style is eclectic and is described as soul-folk with touches of jazz, blues, pop, country and bluegrass.
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Cathy Arsenault and Kate Adams enjoy sharing the art of song writing and having pure fun with arrangements and harmonies. Cathy and Kate have been performing together for over 20 years. In 2000 Cuckoo Moon had expanded to 7 members and it was then they recorded their CD “Live at Fundy Folk”.
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Andy and Ariana’s music has been described as a mix of gypsy, roots, jazz, and blues original music which combines Andy’s guitar, bass and beat-box rhythm section with Ariana’s vocals, violin and saxophone to create a soulful joyful sound.
Sample from Let the Good News Ring: A&A:
Every Day a Holy Day
The son of a folk musician mother, and Blues/ Bluegrass musician father, Pete Adams was drawn to a variety of music genres from an early age.
Sample from Let the Good News Ring: Pete Adams:
Christmas on Credit
Bruce has long been a local favourite, singing well crafted songs, many with the theme of love or love gone wrong. His quick wit is showcased in songs such as “The Larsen’s Weanie” and “Long Johns and Leather”. He played in the band, Slight of Hand for nine years and appeared with Steve West on the television show, New Faces. He released “Uncommon Sense” in 2013. Bruce can be heard singing at local open mice and benefits.
Sample from Let the Good News Ring: Bruce Clarke:
Merry Christmas, Where Are You?
With a “voice of smoke and honey”, interesting chord progressions, and an easy stage presence, Mike Aubé is an alt-folk songwriter on a mission to “comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable”.
Sample from Let the Good News Ring: Mike Aubé:
Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas Again
Donna Holmes operates her own administrative services business by day and is a singer-songwriter by night. She lives in Wolfville, Nova Scotia and hosts an open mic every Tuesday evening at the local TAN café. Donna also writes plays and poems and produces a variety show called Broken Leg Theatre three times a year at the Al Whittle.
Sample from Let the Good News Ring: Donna Holmes:
A Christmas Story