Leo Galasso is a good man. Leo Galasso loves music …
That love of music stays ‘all in the family’. His daughter Bella ( see link below) and son Julian both play and write songs. Something not so surprising considering Leo’s musical adoration was placed within his children at a young age.
Now – it’s his turn to shine …
Please listen below as Leo explains his band’s new CD titled ‘Road to Eternity” and it’s subsequent launch this weekend.
That province holds the key to the success of his actual band; Signal Hill. Campbell’s group take up residency every Sunday evening at one of Nova Scotia’s premiere clubs; the Lower Deck. That gig has kept Signal Hill firmly planted in Halifax for many years and has garnered a huge following. Seldom is the place not filled to capacity.
Campbell stays true to his roots however and it shows in the making of his first solo album; ‘Missing Signals’. This CD was recorded by a Newfoundlander and was made with mostly Newfoundland musicians.
Once a Newfoundlander – always a prince …
‘Missing Signals’ ( a collection of songs and a play on words ) was mostly written within the frame of ‘downtime’ from Signal Hill. In other words – Jason’s day job.
Please listen below as Jason discusses all the above as well as some interesting‘friends’ who appear on the album.
One album with the current line-up. One album; several awards including New Group of The Year at the Maple Blues Awards held on Monday, January 19th in Toronto ….
Not too shabby ….
Schooled in the Blues and carrying on that tradition with their own ‘spin’ on things; Wicked Grin, out of Ottawa, Ontario are -well on their way.
Please listenbelow as Murray speaks of the awards, his band , the writing process and how important it is for everyone to buy and not steal all types of music. Great chat with the lead singer of one of Canada’s best up-and -coming bands …
Murray? Wicked Grin? Take it away fellas ( and lady) …
Fourteen years ago, Steve Hill, originally of Trois Rivieres, Qc – opened up for B.B King at Montreal’s Bell Center.
For most, a feather in the proverbial Blues’ cap.
Realistically, such a feat requires constant work and it does not necessarily mean a swimming pool in Beverly Hills. Discover why Steve Hill decided to embark on a solo career and how, by chance – he is more popular now then any point in his career.
It’s been a long journey from Bishop Street in downtown Montreal during the 80’s to the Maple Blues Awards in Toronto in 2015 ..
Angel Forrest, originally from Dorval, Qc – has earned every accolade thrown her way. The ‘once-upon-a-time’ Janis Joplin clone, is without a doubt – Montreal’s ( and now Canada’s ) premiere female vocalist.
Please listen as Angel dicusses her voice, her life, the future and – a couple of awards she won on Monday, January 19th in Toronto.