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Colin Close @ The Artery
SONiC 102.9’s band of the month for April 2013 is recently back home from a successful visit to Canadian Music Week in Toronto and is revving up to rock the Starlite Room April 25, 2013. Edmonton’s Rend formed in 2010, is another remarkable result of real work merging with raucous talent to create their distinctive pop-edge sound. A new second album is following is hot on the heels of their debut album ‘No Lines’ from February 2012. I fired off a few questions for the feisty five-piece, here’s what Rend’s front girl Carol-Lynne Quinn (CL) revealed.
You describe liking to connect with your fans and learn about them. Can you describe one of the more memorable conversations you’ve had?
One of the best memories I (CL) have with a fan happened back in December 2012. We were playing an all-ages show in support of the Gateway Association on the HMV stage at West Edmonton Mall. While we were performing I saw a teenage girl in the audience who has written on our Facebook wall several times and has been a super supportive fRend (a Rend fan). I decided to pull her up on stage during our last song “Hide”. To my surprise she danced and sang every word with me! I think I was just as stoked as she was. After the show she came up to us and said how amazing it felt and asking if she was dreaming. Something so simple but it made her day. I think growing up and being really into live music has given all of us a drive to connect to our audience during and after every performance.
What the best part(s) are of road trips & least favourite aspect(s) of being on tour?
The best part of being on tour is just that, being on tour! Living the dream… (and) sometimes our dream consists of renting a R.V. and sleeping in a Wal-Mart parking lot. But being able to wake up every day and know you are going to a radio station to promote the songs you are passionate about or are going to play in front of a crowd of people you don’t know is such an amazing experience. I (CL) think the fact that we all have such different personalities is kind of cool, the right amount of chill and crazy thrown in the mix. We think the hardest part of touring is that Canada is HUGE!!! If we lived somewhere else it would only take 30 minutes to get to the next place but most times we are driving anywhere from 3- 10 hours to get to our next destination.
What is Rend anticipating most in 2013?
We just recorded some pre-production demos of new material and we are starting to make a game plan to record our next record. In the last 2.5 years we have grown as performers and our live show has transformed. We released our first album on February 25, 2012 and are so ready to record our next one. We have been working hard at crafting our sound and the direction we want to go. I (CL) have learned so much in regarding song writing and we are hoping to record our 2nd album in 2013!
What does the band’s name represent?
Our definition of Rend means to tear apart so you’re never the same again. We are passionate about creating great music that has substantial lyrics. We don’t want to be a band you just pass by and forget, we want to be a band you grow with and you connect to.
What’s your most important message to your fans?
We simply want our fans to know that they are loved and there is light past the shadow. I’ve had several fans contact me and write about how our lyrics have helped through hard times… that’s why I write these songs. It’s such an amazing feeling. When people come to our shows it’s all about fun and energy and rock and roll but it’s also about the lyrics and hopefully songs people can connect to.
Rend is: Carol-Lynne Quinn on lead vocals and keys , Jeff Quinn on bass, Charis Logan on drums, Steve Roe on guitar, and Nate Glubish on piano and synth. Five passionate people who love music, people, and putting on a great show, Rend is also up for the Edmonton Music Award’s Female/Female-fronted Artist of the Year.
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While we don’t know for sure if they actually used KISS as an abbreviation for something else or just for the word itself, KISS’ image pissed enough people off. They continue to sell out shows around the globe as I am sure they will here in Edmonton.
In the business world KISS reminds people of “Keep It Simple Stupid” , a guideline to make their writing more to the point and readable. I’m not sure if this article will turn out simple or stupid but let’s try for both!
First the simple:
The band has always said that they played straight ahead ” SIMPLE” hard rock. True, but that’s the shit I always got into as a kid! GOD OF THUNDER pretty much confirms that SIMPLE is exactly what KISS was… But who the hell cares?! It was, and is a fantastic tune…To this day it’s the highlight of any KISS concert (at least for me anyway!!!). Don’t lie it is for you to!
If you haven’t been to a KISS show… this is the part of the concert that The DEMON himself Gene Simmons flies up to the rafters of the building and tears the roof off the place!!! It’s always the same and it’s always fuckin great!!! Fire , blood, tongue, etc…
Simple has always sold well… AC/DC knows the formula. In the song THUNDERSTRUCK they repeat the same lyrics a whopping 33 times!! (shit song from an otherwise great band). But it sold folks!!!
In 1977 Gene Simmons was quoted in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine as saying that “we are not a great band, maybe not even average”. What? is this guy on crack? Was he listening to the same music I was? (OK I was 7 at the time but, DETROIT ROCK CITY was pretty much the greatest thing my 7 year old ears had ever heard!!!) DESTROYER didn’t leave my turntable for months!!!
I played that album loud and often… Mostly because my parents were in the living room listening the to “I WRITE THE SONGS” by Barry Manilow and whatever tune ABBA had out at the time. (Funniest stereo war ever!!!!)
My side of the house…”I WAS RAISED BY THE DEMONS”……their side of the house… TAKE A CHANCE, TAKE A CHANCE, TAKE A, TAKE A CHANCE CHANCE….
I loved KISS right thru LICK IT UP! This was just more proof that just repeating a lyric over and over could sell albums!!! Remember when they took the makeup off? Anybody else out there shocked that Gene was an ugly bastard?
Now for the STUPID:
FAMILY JEWELS… What the hell guys? Paul: how could you let this happen? That show is not good! Not good at all! It pains me to say this but it’s OZZY’s fault. Ok not so much OZZY’S but Sharon’s for sure! Lets face it OZZY DIDN’T KNOW HE WAS ON TV!!! THE OSBOURNE’S WAS A DISGRACE. I am the biggest OZZY/ SABBATH fan there is but something in hard rock music changed forever after that shows debut. The curtain was pulled back! The illusion destroyed forever! Now we know that ALICE COOPER plays golf! I didn’t need to know that! Remember in THE WIZARD OF OZ when you realized that the great and powerful wizard was just some asshole with with a bunch of special effects. I preferred the illusion that rock n roll created far more than having to witness Gene’s daughters sweet 16 party in prime time on A&E.
When I was growing up some “STUPID” people were actually worried that KISS records included Satanic messages when played backwards. It seems funny now ‘cause bands like SLAYER just include Satanic messages when you play the music forward. Of course there were people who believed KISS was in fact an “evil” band. Pick an album cover…. any album cover. So what if some members of the press thought that KISS stood for Knight’s In Satan’s Service. In 2013 that would just make a great name for a band… I mean seriously….why hide it!
All we know for sure was that KISS has been a fun-loving glam rock/hard-rock band for decades. Their epic, over the top show rolls into Edmonton on Friday July 12th, 2013.
Regardless of what you may think of the bands records or there blatant self promotion and licensing, one thing is for sure, KISS kicks some serious ass live!!!
I will leave you with this almost Shakespearean quote from Gene Simmons: “Women are from Mars, men have a penis”
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The other day, my car was broken into. The thief smashed the window with a hammer, and grabbed the bag that was sitting on the passenger seat. The poor guy probably figured there was something of value in it - it was a really nice satchel, given to me by an awesome swim team when I finished…
Listen up groovy rock fans!!!!! APRIL FREAKIN WINE is coming to town…. Ya I know Bon Jovi and Motley Crüe are coming to, but come on!!! “SHE’S A ROLLA, YEAH! A HIGH ROLLA BABY!!!”…and yes I was singing that as I typed it!!! Actually I’m still singing as I type this!!! You know what? Fuck it! I’m gonna put that song on really loud as I write the rest of this… Hang on a second….Ok I’m back. That’s better. Does anybody really wanna hear Vince Neil slaughter a song that we all love on the original recording? Let it live on the record Vince! Anyway back to April Wine and a little bout me. I’m 43! That means i was born in 1969 (for those of you that suck at math)… FAST TRAIN (April Wine’s first single) came out in 1970. These guys were touring, and just generally kicking ass when I was 1.
One of my earliest memories was riding in the back of my parents Toyota Corona in Winnipeg and Tonight is a Wonderful Time…. came on the radio. It was the first time I liked a song that parents seems to like to! Not really sure why that sticks in my head but it does. Oh yeah, now I remember… I hated the brown flared corduroys and the orange turtle neck my mom made me wear that day. THE HORROR!!! Good tune though!
Before I had enough money to buy my own music I would sit in my bedroom and record the radio to a cassette on a “GHETTO BLASTER” as they were called at the time! Anybody remember 92 CITI FM? (It’s a Winnipeg thing). This one stretch of music came on and it was Highway to Hell, I LIKE TO ROCK, Eruption, of course followed by You Really Got Me. I played the shit out of that tape!!! I hit the record and play button at the same time perfectly, and hit stop right before the Dj came back on! Nailed it!!! April Wine, AC/DC, and Van Halen were on a continuous loop for most of the next year at my place…. Who am I kidding? They’re all still on a continuous loop at my place!!!
Here’s 10 reasons to be an April Wine Fan:
1. SHES A ROLLA YEAH (ROLLER)
A HIGH ROLLA BABY!!! YEAH!
2. Canadian rock is friggin awesome!
3. Chicks really dig the slow ones. “Tonight is a Wonderful time to fall in love”. (I Loved that shit at a high school dance!). “Hands up a little higher MR. Chapman!!”
4. DROP YOUR GUNS
5. WEEPING WIDOW
6. BAD SIDE OF THE MOON ( this ones an Elton John cover by the way. Now ya know)
7. YOU COULD HAVE BEEN A LADY
8. OOWATANITE ( soo creative with the spelling eh!)
9. THE NATURE OF THE BEAST 3/4 sleeve concert shirt was the shit. I remember the day after they played in Winnipeg in 1981 that my JR. high school was flooded with that shirt!
10. Insert your own reason here… I know ya got one…but if you don’t have one then you can use mine… I LIKE TO ROCK!!!!
Anyway these road warriors are playing at the Century Casino on April 6th!!! TICS are 60 bucks!! Event Details
Almost forgot… I just wanted to clear something up… I love Motley Crüe but Vince really does skip a few lyrics and slur more than a couple of words together live! Plus MC Hammer officiated his fourth marriage…Can’t touch Vince!…and he just never really looked right after the plastic surgery!
Reason number 11 to be an April Wine fan:
Myles Goodwyn never wore lipstick!!! ( Sorry Vince!)
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From Left to Right: Juice E. Jensen (Percussion; Garret Niven (Vocals/ Guitar); Jeff Burwash (Drums) ; El Niven (Vocals/ Guitar); Ryan Ast (Bass) - Photo Credit: Malcena Grace
Stone Iris is a brotherhood of like-minded musicians. From humble beginnings in Edmonton, Canada, their fusion of self described Southern Rock from the True North / Reggae Music from a Cold Dark Place has been blazing across Canada and the USA over the years.
With consistent touring, busking, jamming and writing, the undeniable, yet un-classifiable spectacle known as Stone Iris has been persistent in sharing their craft and passion. With a love for performing, their live show is as honest and original, as it is part of who and what they are. Driven by groove, it makes you move.
Much is in store for Stone Iris in 2013; including extensive touring, two full length albums, the first being their eighth and newest recording ‘Kicking The Can’ out today, Tuesday, March 26th.
Vocalist/Guitarist El Nivens comments:
“Kicking The Can was self recorded, produced and published right from the ground up. It’s the first album we have done in this fashion. The band is very excited to be putting something fresh and original into the chasm of indy music.”
Releasing their first single ‘I Wanna’ to radio across Canada along with local support by Edmonton’s rock authority Sonic 102.9 FM who have named the group ‘Band of The Month’ for March plus premiering their second single and first music video ‘Taste of Fame’ on BlankTV. Stone Iris plans to hit the road for their second North American Tour since supporting last year’s award nominated EP Illuminations.
The band will be performing their local album launch / tour kick off show hosted by Sonic 102.9 FM on Thursday, March 28th at the Starlite Room (10030 102 St NW.) with local support from Thompson Hiway, Mayday and The Beatcreeps and The Unwed Mothers.
Single - I Wanna - https://soundcloud.com/stoneiris/i-wanna
Video - Breakfest Television Edmonton Live Performance - http://youtu.be/ipM7NpdG8eE
Music Video - Taste of Fame - BlankTV Premiere - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zj2q62k1yOg
Tour Dates - Kicking The Can
*from April 7 - April 22 Recording in Louisville, KY
28-Mar-13 – Sonic Band of the Month @ Starlite Room – Edmonton, AB
30-Mar-13 – Shannon’s – Winnipeg, MB
03-Apr-13 – The Palace Stage at Wild Tymes – St. Paul, MN w/ Smalltown Anthem
04-Apr-13 – Up and Under – Milwaukee, WI
05-Apr-13 – Goose Island Wrigleyville – Chicago, IL w/ JIP, Kaiserkeller & Sweet Package
06-Apr-13 – Bear’s Place – Indianapolis, IN
13-Apr-13 – Dillinger’s – New Albany, IN
16-Apr-13 – Cosmic Charlie’s – Lexington, KY
20-Apr-13 – Zazoo’s – Louisville, KY
23-Apr-13- Pitter’s Lounge – Cape Girardeau, MO
25-Apr-13 – TBA – Nashville, TN
26-Apr-13 – Speak Easy – Knoxville, TN
27-Apr-13 – TBA – Chattanooga, TN
28-Apr-13 – TBA – Ashville, NC
01-May-13 – The Calico Room – Wilmington, NC
02-May-13 – TBA – Savannah, GA
03-May-13 – TBA – Atlanta, GA
04-May-13 – The Nick – Birmingham, AL
05-May-13 – TBA- New Orleans, LA
06-May-13 – TBA- New Orleans, LA
08-May-13 – TBA- Baton Rouge, LA
09-May-13 – TBA- Houston, TX
10-May-13 – TBA- Austin, TX
11-May-13 – TBA – Forth Worth, TX
15-May-13 – Club Red- Tempe, AZ
16-May-13 – TBA
17-May-13 – Club Kensington – San Diego, CA
18-May-13 – On the Rox – Los Angeles, CA
19-May-13 – Whiskey Richards – Santa Barbara, CA
20-May-13 – TBA
21-May-13 – TBA
22-May-13 – The Triangle – Salem, OR
23-May-13 – The White Eagle – Portland, OR
24-May-13 – 2 Bit Saloon Seattle, WA
25-May-13 – TBA- Vancouver, BC
26-May-13 – Voodoo’s – Penticton, BC
29-May-13 – TBA
30-May-13 – The Last Drop – Revelstoke, BC
31-May-13 – The Golden Taps – Golden, BC
01-June-13 – Studio 37 – Calgary, AB
Track Listing - Kicking The Can
1. I Wanna
2. Serene Machine
5. Taste of Fame
6. Kentucky Gentleman
7. Real Appeal
9. Get It Right
10. Like A Lion
11. I Wanna (Radio Edit)
12. Taste of Fame (Radio Edit)
For more info on Stone Iris, please visit these following links:
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“…features the kick-ass rock ‘n’ groovy single, Hide and Seek — the perfect tune to illuminate a cloudy, wet (or snowy) spring day.” – Edmonton Journal
“They’ve only been a band for a short time, but Edmonton’s Stone Iris has been diligently tightening their sound right from the start. On their newly-released EP Illuminations, for example, the band offers up smooth, soul-influenced roots and reggae guitar lines and percussion, weaving several different genres into a satisfyingly cohesive whole.” – Planet S Mag
“Building on musical backgrounds drenched in blues, metal, rock, pop, rap and funk, Stone Iris has tapped into a vein that employs intriguing elements from a diverse range of genres. Stone Iris’s songs possess a strong melodic and rhythmic content that reflect the bands willingness to delve into life’s full palette of emotions.” – Abort Mag
“They consistently impressed with their range of style, moving seamlessly from folk to rock, blues to funk and back again.By the second song in their set, they already had a healthy crowd gathered in front of the stage, dancing and singing along. The casual setting belied the tightness of a group that is obviously used to playing together, trading off solos and vocals with ease. Combined with a couple of beers, it was a perfect soundtrack to a cool, early-summer night in Kelowna.” – AwesomeOkanagan.com (Concert Review)
“Stone Iris’ new recording effort has been an illuminating one.” – Rocky Mountain Outlook (Canmore, AB)
“Close your eyes, and within ten seconds of listening to Blood Clot Sunrise, you’ll be transported to an ocean side beach bar, a woman in one hand, drink in the other.” – St. John’s The Scene Magazine
“This damn song is so infectious it’s ridiculous. It’s a blend of rock, reggae, and a little bit of soul, and it’s just totally immediate…Seriously, this song kicks ass, and big up for weaving in a Leroy Brown.” – AlanCross.ca
“Mixing the lyrical fluency of Eminem, the hooky bounce of Bob Marley, Eagles-style blues rock, and harmonies worthy of the Beach Boys, Stone Iris is not your grandparents groove! With well-crafted tunes like “Hide and Seek”, the Edmonton 7-piece will suck you into their thoughtful yet sunnysmooth vibe, with stacked sing-along harmonies – surprising, supple and soothing, all at the same time. Stone Iris’ and their bluesrock-reggae-roots-rap are set to funk their way into your heart.”- eV’s Underground – CKCU 93.1 FM (Ottawa)
“I can definitely assure you that ‘Illuminations EP’ is not something that one should simply pass over.” – RockOverAmerica.com
“Edmonton, Alberta’s Stone Iris hit the kathedral stage at 1:00am. Their more Psychedelic /Funk
sound capped off the evening of unparalleled talent like nothing I had ever seen before.” – Portal Magazine
“Stone Iris was a great energy band. They had strong melodies and harmonies with a nostalgic
70’s feel. Tight and tasty, these guys are on a path to bigger things.” – Fazer Magazine
“Stone Iris is a promising rock band from Edmonton, Canada. The 3 track EP “Silhouettes” gives the listener a taste of rocknroll, blues and even reggae.” – Melodic.net
“If you drink cocktails out of actual cocktail glasses, then chances are you will find Illuminations to be the perfect soundtrack for those afternoons by your pool this summer. And in the words of Stone Iris themselves: “When I get to the deep end, I know my kingdom come.” – MusicVice.com
Tours & Festivals
2012 – Illumi-Nations North American Tour
2012 – Illuminations Canadian Tour
2012 – Mad Hatter Festival
2011 – Slow Burnin’ Tour – Western & Central Canadian Tour
2009 – Canadian Music Week
2009 – Central Canadian Tour
2008 – Western Canadian Tour
Shared Stage w/
Illuminations - EP (2012)
Serene Machine – EP (2011)
The Boo Box – EP (2011)
Silhouettes – EP (2010)
Tunes from the Blue Baboon – Demo EP (2010)
Sometime in ’09 – Demo LP (2009)
Ezparanza – LP (2008)
L-R – Nate Glubish (Keys), Steve Roe (Guitar), Carol-Lynne Quinn (Vocals), Jeff Quinn (Bass) – Photo Credit - Kristy-Anne Swart
Picture a dash of Metric, a scoop of Coldplay, a layer of Paramore topped off with The Cranberries along with driving rhythms, Zeppelin worthy guitar solos, synth pop hook lines, and dynamic, soulful vocals and you get yourself Edmonton, AB’s electrifying REND. Coming off their Canadian Music Week performances in Toronto, ON this past week, the pop rockers are proud to announce the release of their new EP ‘Battlecry’ out today, March 26th.
Featuring five infectious songs with the first single and anthem title track hitting airwaves along with an action packed video to support it, Rend’s follow up to their 2012 debut album ‘No Lines’ is sure to make anthem chanters demanding more.
Track Lising - Battlecry
1. Battlecry (3:26)
2. Hide (3:13)
3. No Lines (4:25)
4. Shadow (3:47)
5. Monster (3:00)
Music Video - Battlecry - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcbMYhGHcZw
Soundcloud Stream - http://soundcloud.com/rendmusic/battlecry-2
Founded in 2010 by lead singer/songwriter Carol-Lynne Quinn, these past 3 years have been an incredible journey for the band. 2012 was a whirlwind of activity with a recent nomination at this year’s Edmonton Music Awards for ‘Female Artist of The Year’ plus multiple performances in Toronto at classic venues like Cherry Cola’s, The Hideout, and the Bovine Sex Club for Indie Music Week Canada, and opening for Faber Drive on the Edmonton installment of the Lost in Paradise tour.
Rend’s vision is to bring musical and lyrical substance to their music. Whether it’s the anthem like chorus in “Battlecry” or the unique blend of soulful vocals and electric guitar in “Monster”, Rend is fresh, energy filled, and inspiring. Last year’s debut single “Hide” from ‘No Lines’ was released to radio in March 2012 and received Canadian wide radio play climbing the top 100 Rock Charts.
For such a fresh band they have already caught the attention and support of many. Sandra Sperounes from the Edmonton Journal commented “One of Edmonton’s newest – and fiercest – pop-rock bands. “Quinn” might just be the next great voice to come out of Canada.” Kevin Mainmann from the Edmonton Examiner commented on their debut “No Lines is drenched in powerful melodies anchored by Carol-Lynne’s vocal acrobatics, with hints of soul weaving into potent radio-rock hooks.” To put it simply Rend is four passionate people who love music, people, and putting on a great show.
March 29 - O’Hanlons - Regina, SK - w/ The Fortunate Isles
March 30 - Lydia’s - Saskatoon, SK
Music Video - Hide (from debut Album ‘No Lines’) - http://youtu.be/Wo3LCNMY7lE
Lyric Video - No Lines (from debut album ‘No Lines’) - http://youtu.be/6cjtar-kslk
For more info on REND, please visit these following links:
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RIYL: Metric, Paramore, Foo Fighters, Coldplay
”Rend, one of Edmonton’s newest – and fiercest – pop-rock bands. “Quinn” might just be the next great voice to come out of Canada.” - Edmonton Journal
”No Lines is drenched in powerful melodies anchored by Carol-Lynne’s vocal acrobatics, with hints of soul weaving into potent radio-rock hooks.” - Edmonton Examiner
“Rend’s rise has been nothing short of meteoric. After the release of No Lines in early 2012, the band quickly became known across the country for their multifaceted sound and enormous talent. The album achieved cross-Canada radio play in no time with their first single, “Hide”, and their growth since then has been even more impressive. No Lines marks the beginning of what will be an incredible journey, and every element of the album is a sign of what’s to come.” – Indie 403
2013 - Battlecry - EP
2012 - No Lines - LP
Release Date: February 25, 2012
Label – Self Release
UPC Code – 829982133724
3. No Lines
4. Hands Clean
10. Hold On
11. Behind Closed Doors
12. Monster (Radio Edit)
All Songs Performed By: Rend
All Songs Written By: Carol-Lynne Quinn – Except Track 8 – Written By Stephan Jenkins
Produced By: Derek Steinbrenner
Mixed By: Derek Steinbrenner except Tracks 3&12 – Mixed by: Wayne Young
Mastered By: Dane Shike, Tone and Volume Mastering, Nashville, TN
Except Tracks 3&12 Mastered By: Troy Glessner at Spectre Mastering, Renton, WA
Single Released: Hide
Shared Stage w/
Said the Whale
The Classic Crime
Fighting for Ithaca
The Rabid Whole
Silvergun and Spleen
2013 – Canadian Music Week
2012 – Indie Week Canada
2012 – Lilac Festival
2012 – Shake the Lake Festival
2012 – Western BC/AB Tour
2012 – Ontario Radio Tour
2011 – Taste of Edmonton
March 11, 2013 — Edmonton’s own singer/songwriter, Alee, achieved a feat rarely accomplished by an independent artist, let alone one without a label. ’Don’t Say You Love Me’ is climbing the Canadian Country BDS and Mediabase radiocharts; currently at # 25 after only 7 weeks and ranking as the
# 9 Canadian song - and is the ‘fastest moving indie country single’ at Canadian radio this year.
CMT Canada delivers a bold statement adding ‘Don’t Say You Love Me’ into HEAVY rotation out of the box! The Canadian country music television giant has slated Tuesday March 12 for its premiere. Filmed in Alberta by Backroad Productions, the video unravels a story waiting to be told.
So far, 2013 has been a whirlwind of activity for this hands on artist - - nominee for Alberta Country Music Association’s (ACMA) Female Artist and Fan Choice Awards, a BDS #1 Most Added Country Single, a Mediabase Most Added All-Formats Single (with Lady Antebellum, Justin Timberlake, Florida-Georgia Line, One Direction, Ke$ha, and Mumford & Sons), and one of five featured artists on the line-up for this years Big Valley Jamboree Small Town Saturday Night (alongside headliner Chad Brownlee).
Radio singles, Don’t Say You Love Me along with previously released charted singles, Real and What’re We Waitin’ For, are on Alee’s upcoming debut album, recorded at Calgary’s MCC Recording Studios. Written and co-produced by Alee, these songs are a glimpse of what lies ahead;
‘THIS ROAD GOES EVERYWHERE’ coming summer 2013.
Part 3 of her Cross-Canada performance and media tour – now taking requests to visit your city!
Now playing – Country 100.7 (Penticton/Kelowna), Country 103 (Kamloops), Country 105 (Calgary), CISN (Edmonton), KG Country (Red Deer), Q91 (Calgary/Drumheller), Country 95 (Lethbridge), The BULL (Saskatoon), CJWW (Saskatoon), Country 100 (Moose Jaw), 620 CKRM (Regina), KX96 (Toronto/Oshawa), KX94.7 (Hamilton), Y101 (Ottawa), Country 95.9 (Windsor), KICX 106 (Barrie), KICX 91.7 (Sudbury), KIX 93.5 (Kingston), Cool 100 (Belleville), BX93 (London), KHJ (Fredericton), Country 94 (Saint John), XL96 (Moncton), FX101.9 (Halifax) …. And more!
Media and Booking Inquiries
Steve McAuley / 506.210.2607 / SteveMcAuleyMgt@gmail.com
Rob Chubey / 416.720.3411 / RobChubeyPromo@rogers.com
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