Monday, June 17, 2013

Blog Guelph: Like Rain In Spring

Doesn't this photo remind you of the work other another local artist?

Today on the music show on CFRU called Pure Guelphishness, we featured local talent Jenny Omnichord.

We read reviews from Exclaim and the Guelph Mercury.  We played a song she recorded song at Bob Wiseman's, and Dave Clark's, and Scott Merritt's. Have you previously heard the one done at Guelph's Own Pipe Street Studios? Among my favourite tunes in today's playlist was the one we opened with called "When We Got Older" (from the Album All Our Little Bones) about an unfairly underappreciated musician, and the human and real but uplifting "What Happens to Animals" (from Charlotte and Otis, duets for children) that nearly closed out today's episode.

You can learn more about Jenny and her music at myspace and CBC Music.  It is so nice listening to her songs!

-- Enjoy
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