Nanette Workman – ‘You Can Always Get What You Want ‘ – Part Two

Nanette Workman is real …

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A singer who has been there – done that. A seasoned professional who has not lost her ability to know the true reasons behind music. Passion and integrity, beauty and soul.

ASIDE FROM HER EXPERIENCE AS A BACK – UP SINGER, A BROADWAY PERFORMER, AN ACTRESS AND A HEADLINING SINGER, NANETTE IS BRINGING HER ” STREET ” EDUCATION TO THE LEAGUE OF ROCK AS ONE OF THE COACHES. 

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Please listen below as Nanette explains her philosophy behind the nurturing of both young and ‘old’ musicians. Something which is fragile and exciting for Nanette.

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Nanette Workman – ‘You Can Always Get What You Want ‘ …

Nanette Workman is not a born Quebecer. A fact which some people know …

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Nanette was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She was inducted into The Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame in 2000. Not bad for a Quebecer … eh ?

The now 70 year old singer / musician / composer and actress moved to Montreal with her Pop Idol boyfriend and recorded her first album in French in 1967. Pretty cool since at that time – Nanette did not speak a word of that language.

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Nanette has worked with practically everyone in the music business over the years but perhaps, her most famous session was with The Rolling Stones. Lending her voice to a couple of songs which are part of the cornerstones of Rock music. Part of Rock history …

Please listen below as Nanette explains part of her early career and what songs she sang back -up in The Rolling Stones; vast catalogue. Nanette will be a coach in Montreal’s first edition of The League of Rock. Stay tuned for PART TWO and hear how Nanette will be approaching her gig as a coach.

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Thanks for Listening !

 

 Visit Nanette Here !

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Sign Up for The League of Rock Here. Mention Rick Keene Music Scene and Receive a $150.00 discount !

 

Visit Dwane Dixon Blues Here and Buy the New Album;

Working Man Blues

 

 

 

Emma Frank – Frankly Speaking .​.​.

Emma Frank has her first full album out.

Debatable because the latest disc; ‘The People We Are Becoming’ – is the second album.

Say what?

Please listen below as everything is explained.

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Bob Walsh – ‘After the Storm’ ; First Album Following Triple Bypass Surgery

Bob Walsh has been around.

The Bluesman has played with everyone in the Quebec Blues scene at one point in time.

Nanette Workman, Guy Belanger … the list goes on.

Please listen below as Bob talks abut the new disc, his recent health issues (including the replacement of his aorta) and his love of music.

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Long Before American Idol – Tchukon!

Tchukon is a five-man band of immense talent: Slim Williams, Harold Fisher, Kat Dyson, Eric Roberts and Ingrid Stitt who joined the band in 1983. In 1985 the band won CBC’s Rock Wars and then went on to do the opening show of Star Search, hosted by Ed McMahon.

Over the years, Tchukon has dazzled fans of soul, jazz and rhythm and blues, and delighted the artists they’ve played with: Michel Pagliaro, Boule Noir, Nanette Workman, Big Mamma Thornton, and Bo Diddley to name but a few. Every member of the band has gone on to collaborate with many other artists since 1990.


Slim Williams has been musical director for countless projects, including the Salute to the Athletes for the ’96 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games, and several galas for Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival. Kat Dyson has worked with Prince, Cyndi Lauper, Céline Dion and Nathalie Cole. Harold Fisher has played music in no less than 23 countries. Ingrid Stitt lives in Vancouver and teaches music. And Eric Roberts lives in Dubai and has worked with Salome Bey, The Temptations and The Stylistics.

But on February 9, they’ll all be back in Montreal after 23 years, ready to fill the Phi Centre with soul.

514-225-0525
1-855-526-8888
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