Tuesday, December 22, 2015

A Million Little Things Make Life Grand

Have I really not posted this video before now? If I have: sorry. Longterm daily blogging means inevitably there will be repeats. However, this one is worthwhile either way.

Melissa, the gal singing lead here, is the daughter of a high school friend and is a really fine songwriter.

Farideh, the woman in blue, was among the group in a One Human Family choir workshop I participated in a few years ago in Saskatoon. It inspired her to form Rosie and the Riveters, who are destined for world domination. Farideh also is a strong songwriter, and so is Alexis Normand, the lady in gold. The fourth ... I can't say ... don't know ... but have no doubt she's got similar talents.

I'm just jealous I don't get to sing this kind of stuff with other people. How fun is it! Over the top fun, that's what!


  1. I posted this on FB - what a great group!

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    1. It makes dancing shoes grow right on my feet.

    2. Aren't they! I have recommended them to The Vinyl Cafe on CBC Radio, which tours the country and invites local musicians (young and relatively unknown, only, alas, when there are a lot of older excellent musicians also struggling to make a living at their craft, who could use the national and international exposure every bit as much) to perform. The VC's tour this season has been cancelled due to host Stuart McLean's medical treatment for melanoma, but there's always next year!


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