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Fearing & White


Ottawa show sold out, Summer Canadian Folk Festivals, October in the UK

The final concert of the CD release tour in Canada has sold out – there’s an article from the Ottawa Sun here. Stephen and Andy will return to Canada in the summer, playing Winnipeg and Edmonton Folk Festivals along with a one-off Calgary show. After that it’s October in Ontario, Nova Scotia and the UK.
The Guelph show was filmed and recorded – in a beautiful old church. In Hamilton, the guys went to the Hamilton Spectator for a live webcast from the newsroom – with two songs, you can see the interview here.

Guelph article & show tomorrow night, Hamilton pics

Guelph is something of a home gig for Stephen and Andy – it’s where most of the album was written and where all of it was recorded. There’s an article in the Guelph Mercury here and photos from last night’s Hamilton show here. Ray Farrugia who drummed on the album was there, as well as the mighty Tom WIlson.

Youtube videos

Some songs from the WECC concert in Winnipeg:
Heart of the Morning

Breakfast TV Winnipeg

Another city and another Breakfast TV appearance for Stephen and Andy – will the guys ever get to sleep in?
The interview is here:
and the song performances here:

GPS Wars, more playlists and Saskatoon article

Sexy Irish GPS girl says “hi boys, turn roight in 197 km” strict English GPS girl says :”turn right in 197km, you’ve been very very naughty. Reached Winnipeg after these playlists:
Andy’s playlist #2: The Streets ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ + ‘Dry Your Eyes’ were fantastic in a snowy asteroid blizzard and Stephen followed up with Ry Cooder ‘Chavez Ravine’, L Williams a new happier one, Van Morrison’s ‘Period of Transition’.
Here’s an interview with Andy in the Saskatoon Phoenix. Tour going very well, more breakfast TV in Winnipeg tomorrow.

Red Deer photos

Hi everyone – long long drives over sunny snowy Saskatchewan prairies, heading towards Winnipeg. Here are some of Rob Hamill’s photos from the Red Deer show