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Sun Times Article 6: Soul Run

Every year Artistic Director James Keelaghan writes a series of 12 articles for the Owen Sound Sun Times previewing the Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival

By James Keelaghan

If you visit Tanika Charles’ page on summerfolk.org, you’ll hear a track called Soul Run. It’s lively, with a beat and an exuberance that makes you want to leap on stage and sing the backing vocals. The track also sounds like hope, which is interesting because the real life story behind the song belies the groove.

 

Charles was living outside Edmonton in an unhealthy relationship and it was time to get out. Grabbing the only vehicle available to make a break, she didn’t get far. It was a manual transmission and she had only ever driven an automatic. But it sometimes happens that once the first step is taken, there’s no stopping.

 

That was the beginning of what Tanika Charles calls her soul run. It took her from a northern Alberta farm to the centre of the Toronto music scene that has embraced her with all its heart.

 

When Tanika left Edmonton, she had no musical background, except for a well-developed love for her dad’s jazz record collection, Stevie Wonder and Bjork. She thought maybe comedy would be her meal ticket but auditioned for work as a background singer. As a backing vocalist with Bedouin Soundclash for two years and touring with Emmanuel Jal and Macy Gray, her exuberance, the crystal quality of her singing and her presence, made her a valued member of those groups.

 

It’s a time-honoured tradition in the world of soul and blues that you learn your chops in other people’s bands. It takes courage, though, to step out of that role and strike out on your own. Applying all that was learned on the road and in the studio to build her own career and her own band, in the best sense of the word, Tanika invented herself.

 

Starting the second lap of the soul run in 2010, Tanika released her first EP What! What? What!? She was among the headline performers at the prestigious Women in Blues concert at Toronto’s Massey Hall in 2012. In 2015, two singles were released as a teaser for a full-length project. Both charted well on CBC and, by May 2016, Tanika had dropped her debut CD. It was a hit. Soul Run was nominated for a Juno award in the R&B/Soul category where Tanika was the only woman nominated.

 

Now, on the third lap, she had a cross-Canada tour—not an easy thing to arrange on the release of the disc, dipped her toe in the world of theatre with the show Freedom Singer and is currently on a month long tour in Europe—not bad for someone who couldn’t drive a stick!

 

Samantha Martin also has running on her mind. Her 2018 release, Run to Me, is a blues tour de force—music with a backbone. But make no mistake, from the writing to the arrangements, everything on this CD supports the unshakeable pillar that is Samantha Martin’s voice. If harnessed, it could power a small city. It’s not just smoky—it’s a three-alarm fire.

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Since Samantha and Delta Sugar were last at Summerfolk, their debut album Send the Nightingale earned 4 Maple Blues nominations and they were chosen to represent Toronto at the International Blues challenge in Memphis. But we all know that she was really in Memphis representing the Grey Bruce.

 

Samantha was born in Edmonton, but her family has deep roots on the peninsula. At various stages in her life, she has found herself living on the shores of Georgian Bay where she has had a lot of formative musical relationships, notably with Trevor and Tara MacKenzie.

 

Her first EP was recorded at Trev’s studio with a full-length solo CD following in 2008. Four years later, Sam like Tanika, decided to form a band. Samantha Martin and the Haggard was a romp through blues, gospel, country and early rock and roll.

 

By 2015, Martin had sharpened her focus—Samantha Martin and Delta Sugar was born. The blues juggernaut owes its strength to the tripod of Martin, guitarist Mikey McCallum and drummer Dani Nash. It owes its sweetness to the unadulterated gospel-tinged, neuron-tingling magic of Samantha’s “co-vocalists,” Sherie Marshall and newest full time member Mwansa Mwansa. And just when you thought that was enough, along come the keyboards and the horn section. It’s a mighty sound.

 

Samantha actually has a couple of voices. The second one finds its way from pen to paper. Singing comes naturally to some folks, but there are no natural writers. It’s a craft that has to be worked on. Sam’s voice wouldn’t make sense without strong songs to sing so she’s has been sharpening her focus there as well. That voice, the one that actually writes the songs, has become as strong as the other one we hear on the recordings. The latest crop of tunes are spartan and heartfelt. Pulling no punches, they are as honest as her voice.

 

Whether you’re on a soul run, or you are running to Samantha Martin, you’ll find the finish line at the Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival. It’s our 43rd year at Kelso Beach Park and the dates are August 17, 18, 19. Information about tickets, performers and much more can be found at summerfolk.org.

Photo © Colin Gillen/framelight.ie

Sun Times Article 2: Irish roots

Every year Artistic Director James Keelaghan writes a series of 12 articles for the Owen Sound Sun Times previewing the Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival

By James Keelaghan

Surprise! I’m not in Owen Sound, or even in Canada. As you read this I am just leaving Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland. The last time I was on AchiIl was when I was here as a backpacker in 1979. That excursion ended well, though I ended up sleeping on a beach in an October gale, but that’s a story for another time.

 

My Da was from County Monaghan which entitles me to Irish  citizenship. I go to Ireland regularly, to play, to visit relatives and friends, and to do what I am doing now—leading music- based group tours. But that first trip, as a 19 year old, was an eye opener.

 

The Clancy Brothers and The Dubliners dominated the musical landscape when I was growing up. My exposure to Irish music was mostly ballads and songs and I learned hundreds of them. I could sing Roddy McCorley with the best of them in my corner of traditional music.

 

One night, on that first backpacking trip, I found myself in the little town of Spiddal in County Galway. There was a celebration in town until the wee hours of the morning. A whole group of local musicians had gone north to a music competition, a feis, and had come back with all the prizes. Music reigned supreme in the four pubs that adorned the four corners of the crossroads

 

The music tended to the instrumental rather than the vocal—jigs, reels and marches. I hadn’t heard this much instrumental Irish music at one time ever. Occasionally, the players would yield the floor to the singers, but instrumental ruled the day.

 

I think I got to bed at three or four in the morning, shortly after the Garda had shut down the last pub. But that night stayed with me until this day and I came back with so much Irish instrumental music that I had to abandon some clothes to make room for vinyl and cassettes. I’ve been hooked on the instrumental side of Irish tradition music since.

 

The great thing about Irish trad is that it’s alive—living and breathing and every year more young people come to the music. There are well-established schools and organizations that promote learning the music and, of course, hundreds of pub sessions as practice grounds.

 

We have one of the finest young Irish bands appearing at Summerfolk this year. They met at Limerick’s Irish World Academy and, with critical acclaim piling up, Goitse have become one of the leaders of the new generation of traditional Irish ensembles.

 

Goitse—pronounced gwi-cha—has released four critically acclaimed recordings and maintains a year round touring schedule that includes performances throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the United States.

 

The strength of Irish traditional music is that it evolves. The canon isn’t static with new tunes added all the time. Goitse moves the tradition forward with their own original compositions. Their distinctive sound comes from the meeting of those compositions and traditional tunes from the countryside of Ireland and abroad.

 

Laying the foundations for the music are World and All-Ireland bodhrán champion, Colm Phelan. The bodhrán, a large open frame drum, is the beating heart of Irish trad. A band without a solid player is simply not going to go anywhere.

 

Colm is not the only All Ireland champion in the band— Tadhg Ó Meachair plays a wicked accordion and is the All Ireland traditional piano champion.  Conal O’Kane rounds out the rhythm section of the band on the guitar. He’s a wizard who is making his mark as one of the finest guitarists of his generation.

 

Alan Reid plays the tenor banjo, bouzouki and mandolin. He is also an accomplished oud—a stringed instrument from the Mediterranean. Its inclusion in the band is a fresh texture that no other Irish Trad band is using.  

 

Out of this strong instrumental sound emerges the sweet, charismatic voice of Áine McGeeney. Her voice rings like a bell—clear and strong as it draws audiences into a song. Áine does double duty in the band playing the fiddle as well. as she sings. With a style that is feisty and energetic she completes the band sound in fine style.

 

Their band name is an informal Gaelic greeting that means “come here”. We couldn’t think of a better way to invite you to Summerfolk than to promise you Goitse.

 

The Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival takes place at Kelso Beach Park on August 17, 18 and 19. For information on tickets, performers, or if you’d like to listen to some music by Goitse, visit summerfolk.org.

 

Georgian Bay Roots Ep 28

Georgian Bay Roots

With your host Jon Farmer


1609969_10154532318180220_5111923560966166563_nEvery Sunday on CFOS 560 from 4-5pm, Georgian Bay Roots shares some of the best music that’s made in and played in Grey and Bruce Counties with roots music from across Canada and around the world thrown into the mix. Host, Jon Farmer, brings a musician’s ear and the heart of a fan to the airwaves with stories about performers and news about upcoming shows and releases. Tune in to hear some of your favourite acts and new bands that you didn’t know you loved.

This week we’re showcasing a few handfuls of local bands and musicians including acts from Summerfolk’s Youth Discovery series.

If you missed the live show, we will post the episode by 6pm ET.

You can download an iTunes podcast here

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GBR April 9
Artist: The Duhks
Track: Lazy John
Album: Beyond the Blue
Length: 4:32
Canadian
Artist: Richard Laviolette
Track: Grey Rain
Length: 4:33
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Artist: William Prince
Track: Eddy Boy
Length: 4:28
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Artist: Gillian Welch
Track: I Had a Real Good Mother and Father
Length: 3:14
Artist: Bruce Cockburn
Track: Foxglove
Length: 1:27
Canadian
Artist: Sarah Harmer
Track: Uniform Grey
Length: 3:43
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Artist: Clarissa Fortin
Track: The Bridge
Length: 4:01
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Artist: John Muirhead
Track: Days Don’t Fade
Length: 4:20
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Artist: Lauren Best
Track: zeropointfive
Length: 2:35
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Artist: First Rate People
Track: Red Arcade
Length: 3:03
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Artist: The Lifers
Track: Home for the Weekend
Length: 4:00
Canadian
Artist: Dave Hawkins
Track: Children Stand Up
Length: 3:25
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Artist Jaret Koop
Track Ain’t That the Way
Length 4:34
Canadian
Artist The MacKenzie Blues Band
Track Sweet Stuff
Length 2:52
Canadian
Artist Shakura S’Aida
Track Bring Me Back
Length 3:23
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Artist Ian Tamblyn
Track Favourite Time of the Year
Length 2:23
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Georgian Bay Roots Ep 026

Georgian Bay Roots

With your host Jon Farmer


1609969_10154532318180220_5111923560966166563_nEvery Sunday on CFOS 560 from 4-5pm, Georgian Bay Roots shares some of the best music that’s made in and played in Grey and Bruce Counties with roots music from across Canada and around the world thrown into the mix. Host, Jon Farmer, brings a musician’s ear and the heart of a fan to the airwaves with stories about performers and news about upcoming shows and releases. Tune in to hear some of your favourite acts and new bands that you didn’t know you loved.

This week we’re showcasing artists on the line up of this year’s Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival. If you’re on this website I bet you already know how great it is but these songs will get you even more excited.

If you missed the live show, we will post the episode by 6pm ET.

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GBR March 19
Artist: The Duhks
Track: Lazy John
Album: Beyond the Blue
Length: 4:32
Release date: 2014
Canadian
Artist: Bill and Joel Plaskett
Track: The Next Blue Sky
Length: 3:50
Canadian
Artist: Treasa Levasseur
Track: Talk to me Babe
Length: 4:11
Canadian
Artist: Matt Epp
Track: Aftermath
Length: 4:25
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Artist: Ken Yates
Track: High on You Under the Moon
Length: 4:10
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Artist: Murder Murder
Track: When the Lord Calls Your Name
Length: 5:16
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Artist: Korrontzi
Track: Sardos K
Length: 4:08
Artist: Turkwaz
Track: Love on a Rainy Day
Length: 4:53
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Artist: the Friends of Fiddler’s Green
Track: The Reason Why
Length: 4:17
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Artist: The Good Lovelies
Track: Cheek to Cheek
Length: 3:02
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Artist: Jimmy Pearson
Track: Bruised
Length: 3:30
Canadian
Artist: Lynn Miles
Track: Fearless Heart
Length: 3:42
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Artist: Jon Jasper-Lawless and Linsey Beckett
Track: So Sure
Length: 2:07
Canadian
Artist: Andrea Ramolo
Track: Chameleon
Length: 3:14
Canadian
Artist: Andrea Ramolo
Track: Caruso
Length: 3:46
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Georgian Bay Roots Ep 24

Georgian Bay Roots

With your host Jon Farmer


1609969_10154532318180220_5111923560966166563_nEvery Sunday on CFOS 560 from 4-5pm, Georgian Bay Roots shares some of the best music that’s made in and played in Grey and Bruce Counties with roots music from across Canada and around the world thrown into the mix. Host, Jon Farmer, brings a musician’s ear and the heart of a fan to the airwaves with stories about performers and news about upcoming shows and releases. Tune in to hear some of your favourite acts and new bands that you didn’t know you loved.

This week we’re starting with a handful of spring songs in honour of the unseasonably warm weather over the past few weeks,  there are some fun tunes and concert news in the middle, and a feature interview with Winnipeg band Roger Roger in the last third of the show.

If you missed the live show, we will post the episode by 6pm ET.

You can download an iTunes podcast here

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Georgian Bay Roots is presented by the Georgian Bay Folk Society with the support the Ontario Trillium Foundation

 

Here’s the full interview with Roger Roger

 

GBR 23 March 5
Artist: The Duhks
Track: Lazy John
Album: Beyond the Blue
Length: 4:32
Release date: 2014
Canadian
Artist: Joe Grass
Track: Spring Wonder
Length: 3:18
Album: Joe Grass
Canadian
Artist: Graham Wardrop
Track: Signs of Spring
Length: 4:02
Album: Speed of Love
Artist: Anna Janelle
Track: Captive of Spring
Length: 2:55
Album: So Long at the Fair
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Artist: Amy Carson Hunter
Track: Cold Day For Spring
Length: 3:54
Album: Bare Demos
Canadian
Artist: Joy Kills Sorrow
Track: Spring
Length: 3:48
Album: Joy Kills Sorrow
Artist: Glenna Garramone
Track: Maple Syrup
Length: 4:09
Album: Seasky-Starsong
Canadian
Artist: Red Molly
Track: The Last Call
Length: 4:16
Album: James
Artist: Marshall Veroni
Track: I Used to Walk
Length: 5:00
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Artist: The Allen Family Reunion
Track: Sleepy Eyed John / Tom and Jerry
Length: 2:59
Album: The Allen Family Reunion
Canadian
Artist: Roger Roger
Track: Another Girl’s Shoes
Length: 3:18
Album: Fairweather
Canadian
Artist: Roger Roger
Track: Dead Horse Creek
Length: 2:55
Album: Fairweather
Canadian
Artist: Cara Luft
Track: There’s a Train
Length: 4:41
Album: The Light Fantastic
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Artist: MAZ
Track: Reel Fontaine
Length: 3:01
Canadian

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Georgian Bay Roots Ep 017

Georgian Bay Roots

With your host Jon Farmer


jonfarmerEvery Sunday on CFOS 560 from 4-5pm, Georgian Bay Roots shares some of the best music that’s made in and played in Grey and Bruce Counties with roots music from across Canada and around the world thrown into the mix. Host, Jon Farmer, brings a musician’s ear and the heart of a fan to the airwaves with stories about performers and news about upcoming shows and releases. Tune in to hear some of your favourite acts and new bands that you didn’t know you loved.

This episode features songs about doors, knocking, waiting, home, Georgian Bay, and gambolling dogs. You’ll get a taste of country, gospel, rockin’ folk, and some instrumental music that defies categorization.

If you missed the live show, we will post the episode by 6pm ET.

You can download an iTunes podcast here

Are you making music that you want us to share?
Do you have gig coming up that you want to promote?
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Contact us at georgianbayroots@summerfolk.org

Georgian Bay Roots is presented by the Georgian Bay Folk Society with the support the Ontario Trillium Foundation

Ep 017 Jan 22
Artist: The Duhks
Track: Lazy John
Album: Beyond the Blue
Length: .30
Release date: 2014
Canadian
Artist: Trout Fishing in America
Track: My Front Door
Album: Over the Limit
Length: 2:55
Artist: Lake of Stew
Track: Wait For Your Knock
Album: Sweet as Pie
Length: 2:09
Canadian
Artist: The Doug and Jess Band
Track: Knockin
Album: 2006 Manitoba Roots
Length: 4:40
Canadian
Artist: Amanda Rheume
Track: Open Door
Album: Light of Another Day
Length: 3:45
Canadian
Artist: Anne Lindsay
Track: Hurry on Home
Album: Hurry on Home
Length: 4:10
Canadian
Artist: 100 Mile House
Track: You Feel Like Home to Me
Album: Hiraeth
Length: 3:33
Canadian
Artist: The Shards
Track: Georgian Bay Bound
Album Beggar’s Road
Length: 4:39
Canadian
Artist: Georgian Bay
Track: Harbour
Album: Patience
Length: 3:25
Canadian
Artist: Great Lake Swimmers,
Track: Your Rocky Spine
Album: Ongiara
Length: 3:32
Canadian
Artist: Jill Jambor
Track: This Many Cries Around the Maypole
Album: The Bad One EP
Length: 1:50
Canadian

Artist: Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies
Track: The Limping Drinker’s Polka
Album: The Parish Notices
Length: 3:55
Artist: Po’ Girl
Track: Gandy Dancer
Album: Deer in the Night
Length: 3:36
Canadian
Artist: Paul Haslem
Track: Gambolling Dogs
Album: Back to Basics
Length: 4:44
Canadian
Artist: David Woodhead’s Confabulation
Track: Layers of Stone
Album: Confabulation
Length: 5:16
Canadian

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Georgian Bay Roots 10

Georgian Bay Roots

With your host Jon Farmer


jonfarmerEvery Sunday on CFOS 560 from 4-5pm, Georgian Bay Roots shares some of the best music that’s made in and played in Grey and Bruce Counties with roots music from across Canada and around the world thrown into the mix. Host, Jon Farmer, brings a musician’s ear and the heart of a fan to the airwaves with stories about performers and news about upcoming shows and releases. Tune in to hear some of your favourite acts and new bands that you didn’t know you loved.

If you missed the live show, we will post the episode by 6pm ET.

You can download an iTunes podcast here

Interested in being a sponsor or advertising on the show?  contact us at georgianbayroots@summerfolk.org

Georgian Bay Roots is presented by the Georgian Bay Folk Society with the support the Ontario Trillium Foundation


Ep 10 Nov 13 
Artist: The Duhks
Track: Lazy John
Album: Beyond the Blue
Length: 4:32
Release date: 2014
Canadian
Artist: The Carrot Sticks
Track: Many More Miles to Go
Album: ?
Length: 3:13
Release date: 2016
Canadian
Artist: Sweet Alibi
Track: Moving to the Country
Album: Walking in the Dark
Length: 3:24
Release date: 2016
Canadian
Artist: Qristina & Quinn Bachand
Track: What You Do With What You’ve Got
Album: Little Hinges
Length: 4:02
Release date: 2015
Canadian
Artist: John Muirhead
Track: Starz
Album: Yesterday’s Smile
Length: 3:19
Release date: 2016
Canadian
Artist: William Prince
Track: Bloom
Album: Earthly Days
Length: 3:55
Release date: 2015
Canadian
Artist: Aerialists
Track: Vals Efter Kristian Oskarsson
Album: Aerialists
Length: 2:22
Release date: 2016
Canadian
Artist: Jonathan Byrd
Track: I Was an Oak Tree
Album: Cackalack
Length: 2:47
Release date: 2010
Canadian
Artist: C.R Avery
Track: Rain Falls
Album: The Great Canadian Novel
Length: 3:07
Release date: ?
Canadian
Artist: Irish Mythen
Track: Four Walls
Album: Aerialists
Length: 3:46
Release date: 2015
Canadian
Artist: Tyler Wagler
Track: Rooster
Album: 4 Songs
Length: 2:22
Release date: 2014
Canadian
Artist: Abigail Lapell
Track: Sally
Album: Great Survivor
Length: 2:22
Release date: 2011
Canadian
Artist: Slocan Ramblers
Track: Pastures of Plenty / Honey Babe
Album: Coffee Creek
Length: 6:53
Release date: 2015
Canadian
Artist: Amanda Rheume
Track: Better Days Ahead
Album: Light of Another Day
Length: 4:49
Release date: 2011
Canadian
Artist: Drew McIvor
Track: 45’s and 33’s
Album: Porchlight
Length: 3:38
Release date: 2014
Canadian

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