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SRTA live on CJSR Aug 9

CJSR & the School of Song are broadcasting live from the Edmonton Folk Music Festival on Saturday, August 9, from noon to 2:00pm, featuring Scenic Route to Alaska!

Scenic Route to Alaska

Scenic Route to Alaska

Bardic Form live on CJSR Aug 9

CJSR & the School of Song are broadcasting live from the Edmonton Folk Music Festival on Saturday, August 9, from noon to 2:00pm, featuring Bardic Form!

Bardic Form

Bardic Form

The School of Song Returns to the Edmonton and Canmore Folk Music Festivals!

 

The School of Song is pleased to partner with the Edmonton Folk Music Festival for the 7th consecutive year to showcase a diverse selection of outstanding young Alberta artists.

Huge thanks to our media sponsor, CJSR

Performing at the Canmore Folk Music Festival:

 

SCENIC ROUTE TO ALASKA

(www.scenicroutetoalaska.com)

Scenic Route To AlaskaDecember 22, 2013-29-Edit-2

Scenic Route to Alaska is an indie-­folk-­rock trio from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann

(lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as

long as they can remember and playing music together nearly as long.  Coming from a diverse musical

background, the trio has shaped Mann’s new material into a powerful and unified concept. After several cross

Canada tours, Scenic Route to Alaska has released their second full­length album, Warrington.


 REBECCA LAPPA

(www.rebeccalappa.com)

Rebecca Lappa 1

Rebecca Lappa is a storyteller songstress from Edmonton, Alberta. Her strong, beautiful voice and artful

playing draw listeners into songs based on history, myth, and poetry. She will pull at your heartstrings and

make you laugh, sometimes both at once. She has a modern folk sound that slides through blues, jazz, world,

and pop, making the folktale new again. Rebecca “hasn’t just written a lot of songs ­ she’s written a lot of good

songs.” Kevin Maimann. Released this spring, Ode to Tennyson is her fourth full­-length album.


 POST SCRIPT

(www.postscriptmusic.com)

Post Script 1

Native to Edmonton and Franco-­Albertan, POST SCRIPT have emerged onto the music scene fully formed

and in command of their craft, their identity, and their music. Paul Cournoyer (on upright bass and vocals) and

Steph Blais (acoustic guitar and vocals) “are the two halves of the adorable indie folk duo Post Script.” says

Ear to the Ground Music. These two award­winning singer/songwriters know exactly where their sound fits in.

Their beautiful duet harmonies can be heard on their self­-titled EP in both French and English.


KEN STEAD

(www.kenstead.net)

KenStead

Tired of his choice of rap music, Ken Stead’s mother introduced him to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. It

wasn’t long before he dropped rap for his own folk music. He writes songs that reflect life’s experiences, his

spiritual journey, and lessons he has learned on the road. Ken’s powerful voice invites his listeners along for

the ride, drawing them in, lifting them up, and leaving them feeling energized and connected when the song is

over. Ken has been touring Canada with his newly released 7 track EP called Unfinished.


JEY WITTEN

(www.jeywittenmusic.com)

Jey Witten

Jey Witten is a singer songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta who is catching the attention of traditional folkies and

young indie crowds alike. He combines contemporary styles with old­time finger picking. Jey honours the great

songwriters who have inspired him while presenting something entirely new; Motown soul recast in an acoustic

folk setting. His second album, The Wide Eyed is just out on CD and vinyl. Already played on CKUA and

CJSR, the new album features an updated sound and increased instrumentation.


 

Performing at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival:

 

SCENIC ROUTE TO ALASKA

(www.scenicroutetoalaska.com)

Scenic Route To AlaskaDecember 22, 2013-29-Edit-2

Scenic Route to Alaska is an indie-­folk-­rock trio from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann

(lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as

long as they can remember and playing music together nearly as long. Coming from a diverse musical

background, the trio has shaped Mann’s new material into a powerful and unified concept. After several cross

Canada tours, Scenic Route to Alaska has released their second full­length album, Warrington.


REBECCA LAPPA

(www.rebeccalappa.com)

Rebecca Lappa 1

Rebecca Lappa is a storyteller songstress from Edmonton, Alberta. Her strong, beautiful voice and artful

playing draw listeners into songs based on history, myth, and poetry. She will pull at your heartstrings and

make you laugh, sometimes both at once. She has a modern folk sound that slides through blues, jazz, world,

and pop, making the folktale new again. Rebecca “hasn’t just written a lot of songs ­ she’s written a lot of good

songs.” Kevin Maimann. Released this spring, Ode to Tennyson is her fourth full­-length album.


BARDIC FORM

(www.bardicform.com)

bardic_form

 Reece Runco and Justin Song both grew up in central Alberta, but for Bardic Form, inspiration came from

 overseas. They identify strongly with the timeless and the traditional, music with a heavy focus on instrumental

 expression to carry emotion and melody.  Justin and Reece weave effortlessly into each other’s music, and

 their complementary playing styles came to them instinctively. Together they found common inspiration and

 aspiration, which have fused them into a dynamic, exciting, and unforgettable duo.


 TREVOR MCNEELY

(www.facebook.com/trevormcneelymusic)

trevor mcneely III

Trevor McNeely is a hard­-working, Edmonton­-bred singer songwriter deeply influenced by folk and country

music. He has appeared as a solo and backing artist on Music Festival stages across western Canada. After

two years as a backing musician for the School of Song, he returns to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival in

2014 as a solo performer. Trevor released Patient Eyes this spring.

Sunday Night Song Stage

Kemi Adesida and Rhea March at Cha IslandRhea’s Sunday Night Song Stage

Please plan to join us again (or for the first time!) in September 2014 for the all ages Sunday Night Song Stage! Come to play or come to listen. Come early to sign up.

Interested in our program? Come meet Rhea and some of our musical community. Each Sunday, September through June, we can be found at Rhea’s open mic at

Cha Island Tropical Cafe & Lounge
10332 81 Ave NW, Edmonton
7:00-10:00pm
Cha Island, all ages, licensed venue with wicked waffles and perfect panini’s! Come and chill in one of coolest getaways in town, in Old Strathcona. Cha!

Keiran Tate Memorial Fund

Keiran Tate

Keiran Tate

Keiran Tate was a talented young guitar player from Spruce Grove, Alberta who passed away suddenly at the age of seventeen. He is dearly missed by his mom, sisters, friends and family. While we will never know the impact this young man could have had, he will leave his mark in the music world through the Keiran Tate Memorial Fund.   Donations to the Keiran Tate Memorial fund can be made by contacting:  info@schoolofsong.com

Keiran’s mom, Dana, established the fund and chose The School of Song as recipient. The Keiran Tate Memorial Fund will help us provide young Alberta songwriters with the financial means to participate in our music programming.

We humbly thank the Tate family for this honour and we look forward to keeping Keiran’s memory alive through a long and rewarding partnership.

SRTA live on CJSR Aug 9

CJSR & the School of Song are broadcasting live from the Edmonton Folk Music Festival on Saturday, August 9, from noon to 2:00pm, featuring Scenic Route to Alaska!

Scenic Route to Alaska

Scenic Route to Alaska

Bardic Form live on CJSR Aug 9

CJSR & the School of Song are broadcasting live from the Edmonton Folk Music Festival on Saturday, August 9, from noon to 2:00pm, featuring Bardic Form!

Bardic Form

Bardic Form

The School of Song Returns to the Edmonton and Canmore Folk Music Festivals!

 

The School of Song is pleased to partner with the Edmonton Folk Music Festival for the 7th consecutive year to showcase a diverse selection of outstanding young Alberta artists.

Huge thanks to our media sponsor, CJSR

Performing at the Canmore Folk Music Festival:

 

SCENIC ROUTE TO ALASKA

(www.scenicroutetoalaska.com)

Scenic Route To AlaskaDecember 22, 2013-29-Edit-2

Scenic Route to Alaska is an indie-­folk-­rock trio from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann

(lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as

long as they can remember and playing music together nearly as long.  Coming from a diverse musical

background, the trio has shaped Mann’s new material into a powerful and unified concept. After several cross

Canada tours, Scenic Route to Alaska has released their second full­length album, Warrington.


 REBECCA LAPPA

(www.rebeccalappa.com)

Rebecca Lappa 1

Rebecca Lappa is a storyteller songstress from Edmonton, Alberta. Her strong, beautiful voice and artful

playing draw listeners into songs based on history, myth, and poetry. She will pull at your heartstrings and

make you laugh, sometimes both at once. She has a modern folk sound that slides through blues, jazz, world,

and pop, making the folktale new again. Rebecca “hasn’t just written a lot of songs ­ she’s written a lot of good

songs.” Kevin Maimann. Released this spring, Ode to Tennyson is her fourth full­-length album.


 POST SCRIPT

(www.postscriptmusic.com)

Post Script 1

Native to Edmonton and Franco-­Albertan, POST SCRIPT have emerged onto the music scene fully formed

and in command of their craft, their identity, and their music. Paul Cournoyer (on upright bass and vocals) and

Steph Blais (acoustic guitar and vocals) “are the two halves of the adorable indie folk duo Post Script.” says

Ear to the Ground Music. These two award­winning singer/songwriters know exactly where their sound fits in.

Their beautiful duet harmonies can be heard on their self­-titled EP in both French and English.


KEN STEAD

(www.kenstead.net)

KenStead

Tired of his choice of rap music, Ken Stead’s mother introduced him to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. It

wasn’t long before he dropped rap for his own folk music. He writes songs that reflect life’s experiences, his

spiritual journey, and lessons he has learned on the road. Ken’s powerful voice invites his listeners along for

the ride, drawing them in, lifting them up, and leaving them feeling energized and connected when the song is

over. Ken has been touring Canada with his newly released 7 track EP called Unfinished.


JEY WITTEN

(www.jeywittenmusic.com)

Jey Witten

Jey Witten is a singer songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta who is catching the attention of traditional folkies and

young indie crowds alike. He combines contemporary styles with old­time finger picking. Jey honours the great

songwriters who have inspired him while presenting something entirely new; Motown soul recast in an acoustic

folk setting. His second album, The Wide Eyed is just out on CD and vinyl. Already played on CKUA and

CJSR, the new album features an updated sound and increased instrumentation.


 

Performing at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival:

 

SCENIC ROUTE TO ALASKA

(www.scenicroutetoalaska.com)

Scenic Route To AlaskaDecember 22, 2013-29-Edit-2

Scenic Route to Alaska is an indie-­folk-­rock trio from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann

(lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as

long as they can remember and playing music together nearly as long. Coming from a diverse musical

background, the trio has shaped Mann’s new material into a powerful and unified concept. After several cross

Canada tours, Scenic Route to Alaska has released their second full­length album, Warrington.


REBECCA LAPPA

(www.rebeccalappa.com)

Rebecca Lappa 1

Rebecca Lappa is a storyteller songstress from Edmonton, Alberta. Her strong, beautiful voice and artful

playing draw listeners into songs based on history, myth, and poetry. She will pull at your heartstrings and

make you laugh, sometimes both at once. She has a modern folk sound that slides through blues, jazz, world,

and pop, making the folktale new again. Rebecca “hasn’t just written a lot of songs ­ she’s written a lot of good

songs.” Kevin Maimann. Released this spring, Ode to Tennyson is her fourth full­-length album.


BARDIC FORM

(www.bardicform.com)

bardic_form

 Reece Runco and Justin Song both grew up in central Alberta, but for Bardic Form, inspiration came from

 overseas. They identify strongly with the timeless and the traditional, music with a heavy focus on instrumental

 expression to carry emotion and melody.  Justin and Reece weave effortlessly into each other’s music, and

 their complementary playing styles came to them instinctively. Together they found common inspiration and

 aspiration, which have fused them into a dynamic, exciting, and unforgettable duo.


 TREVOR MCNEELY

(www.facebook.com/trevormcneelymusic)

trevor mcneely III

Trevor McNeely is a hard­-working, Edmonton­-bred singer songwriter deeply influenced by folk and country

music. He has appeared as a solo and backing artist on Music Festival stages across western Canada. After

two years as a backing musician for the School of Song, he returns to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival in

2014 as a solo performer. Trevor released Patient Eyes this spring.

Sunday Night Song Stage

Kemi Adesida and Rhea March at Cha IslandRhea’s Sunday Night Song Stage

Please plan to join us again (or for the first time!) in September 2014 for the all ages Sunday Night Song Stage! Come to play or come to listen. Come early to sign up.

Interested in our program? Come meet Rhea and some of our musical community. Each Sunday, September through June, we can be found at Rhea’s open mic at

Cha Island Tropical Cafe & Lounge
10332 81 Ave NW, Edmonton
7:00-10:00pm
Cha Island, all ages, licensed venue with wicked waffles and perfect panini’s! Come and chill in one of coolest getaways in town, in Old Strathcona. Cha!

Keiran Tate Memorial Fund

Keiran Tate

Keiran Tate

Keiran Tate was a talented young guitar player from Spruce Grove, Alberta who passed away suddenly at the age of seventeen. He is dearly missed by his mom, sisters, friends and family. While we will never know the impact this young man could have had, he will leave his mark in the music world through the Keiran Tate Memorial Fund.   Donations to the Keiran Tate Memorial fund can be made by contacting:  info@schoolofsong.com

Keiran’s mom, Dana, established the fund and chose The School of Song as recipient. The Keiran Tate Memorial Fund will help us provide young Alberta songwriters with the financial means to participate in our music programming.

We humbly thank the Tate family for this honour and we look forward to keeping Keiran’s memory alive through a long and rewarding partnership.