Here are a few words Dee had to say about the amazing Festival of Small Halls Ontario!

Festival of Small Halls Ontario show last night opening for Stephen Fearing in Sydenham was magical from start to finish. One memory stands out for Kris and I though and it didn’t happen on the stage. Before the show the artists, stage and sound crew were treated to a beautiful home cooked meal in the basement of Grace Hall in a space that serves as the Seniors’ Day Program on week days. The woman who made our food knew all about the program and described the structure of their joyous, meaningful and civilized days. Their pictures with their names were proudly hung on the wall. The same faces a city may have forgotten. Smiling all of them. Characters all of them. Some laughing and wearing crazy hats. Some smiling and displaying something they had built or made. A painting. A craft. The woman had set up the space restaurant-style with little cafe tables seating four, wine and sparkling water at each. Homemade bread, soup, salad, chili, desserts. She welcomed us at the door of her makeshift restaurant and there we all ate together before curtain time. That communal energy and togetherness. Those special touches. That’s what the Festival of Small Halls is all about.

We are so honoured to be playing the 45th Anniversary of Home County Music and Art Festival in London ON.  Visit for the full schedule. Find us at Sat. at 1:30 for the From The Heart workshop, Sun. 3pm for the Across The Universe workshop and Sun. 6:50pm Main Stage with Ken Yates, Valdy and Irish Mythen.

“What is your process for writing”? We live, process, write.. then record and share. That cycle and the living life part of it is so important to us. We are now we are bunkering into our studio to pull that process together into new songs. Really excited and can’t wait to play them for you. Keep in touch with us will ya?!! Be on a stage near you soon!

The City of Kingston launches the “I am…” video and humanizes the very real problem of homelessness in our city. We are very honoured that our song Cold Chisel is the backdrop to this powerful and moving video. Visit for details about Kingston’s 10 year housing plan.

See video here on Youtube:  I am…

We never stop believing that the best part of playing music is the people we get to meet that we would otherwise not ever know! Without our little east coast tour this summer we would not have met Jeff Boudreau (ECMA winner and amazing guy!) and had the chance to appear in the 180th episode of Jeff’s Musical Car driving around Moncton and playing a song. xo (filmed on Sept. 21 2015)

Jeff’s Musical Car episode 180 Interview and Cold Chisel performance ( go here for video)

Well that was fun talking to Ken Eastwood and the folks at Rogers Daytime London who had us setup to play live outside at the gates of The Western Fair. Beautiful big blue sky… hmm sounds like a good time to play Beach.

Daytime London – interview and Beach (go here for Rogers video)

Thanks Jan Sadie and crew at CHRW – Fantastic hour and a half on air chat with a few songs live!!! Ummm yes you got right into the real tough questions. Wow talk about feeling welcomed! PS… your studio really sounds amazing to play live music in! Thanks Alex and tech crew.


Way to go Crystal Ball students Sophie Langlois and Katie Mulvihill. You killed your studio session at The Bathouse like the pros!!!! You are a pleasure to mentor and the track sounds great. We can not wait to hit the KRock stage with you for the 2015 Crystal Ball Black Tie Gala event.