Desiree Dawson & David Clayton-Thomas
Best identified for his work with Blood Sweat and Tears, Grammy-winning Canadian singer David Clayton-Thomas is about to launch his newest solo recording. Called Canadiana, it is a assortment of covers by an attention-grabbing array of Canadian artists together with Rush, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and others. We’ll hear in regards to the strategy of reimagining these classics to suit David’s one-of-a-kind pop, jazz, and blues stylings and why he determined to tackle this distinctive initiative at this stage in his profession. Plus, Desiree is a younger artist with a border-defying sound that blends her Caribbean background along with her British Columbian upbringing. She’s at the moment at work on some new materials at Mississauga, ON’s Metalworks Studio as a part of the Canadian Musician Career Booster package deal she gained on this 12 months’s CBC Searchlight competitors, so we’ll test in on how the fabric is coming collectively and all of the issues she’s been as much as throughout her keep in Toronto.
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