Count On - Jadea Kelly - Clover (Vinyl, LP)

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Apr 3, It might seem like ages ago A: Nope. I liked the venue, I thought the stage manager was very keen, and very LP), and kind, and the place was packed. And there were a few people left by the time we got on at a. The sound sucked, but I was grateful to have that opportunity. Moving out of your southern Ontario roots?

When it comes to my own stuff, I came to the music industry backwards. Q: So that tour was the catalyst for you, personally? I had nothing, in terms of bucks. And my band ended up being people I had grown up with. I need that! Q: Was that the first time you actually recorded your songs? A: When I was pregnant with my daughter, I bought a little MP3 recorder, in Australia, and when I was doing laundry or walking I would sing and listen back to it.

I wanted my kid to know my voice. Q: Has Toronto become your home base? A: No. It just so happened that my producer was living three blocks away [from where I was staying]. But it was great, being able to record in the early morning and safely walk home.

A: [Laughs. Q: And your music is very rural. My writing is very geographical. Open spaces I draw from my backyard. The place I used to run and break my legs in gopher holes.

Q: That openness must have been great for an aspiring singer. A: Very much a loner kid, running around by Count On - Jadea Kelly - Clover (Vinyl. I wanted to be outside. That was a waste of time! Q: And your music is more confident - your delivery more open - than a lot of singer-songwriters A: Really?

Q: Just an observation. A: Hmm I think I am hiding. I need a keyboard in front of me, so far. I want to move a little bit, and I think just moving from sitting to standing is changing my comfort zone.

My stomach turns, my heart pounds out of my chest. Slow down! A: No It was a blood, sweat, and tears sort of thing. Making pies to pay people. Supporting the release of "Between The Beautifuls," his brand new and most mature work to date, it was unpredictable what kind of show he and his band would offer up. It turned out to be a rock 'n' roll, melodramatic, variety show of sorts. To begin, the Ontario-based singer and his band came out boasting antennae with shiny stars.

Instead, it was the faster-paced material from the new album-like "I'm Alone Here" and "The City Is a Drag," which garnered the loudest cheers, as did the creatively re-worked versions of older successes such as "Smoke Baby," "Striptease," and "Jealous Of Your Cigarette," which all featured drawn-out intense jams and solos from various band members.

During "Piano Blink," the new record's first single, Hawksley's stage Count On - Jadea Kelly - Clover (Vinyl were rock star-like, but levelled out by his frequent between-song crowd banter which revealed a humbleness not common among musicians who have experienced the level of success he has.

At times, he stood on stage with the utmost confidence. At others, he addressed the audience with his hands in his pockets, timid like a student explaining to his teacher why his homework wasn't done. The various facets of his image reflected Hawksley's seemingly present transition to a more adult contemporary musician.

This story was then fully revealed in the wonderful Peter and Jenny Lee tune. After a short break, Jadea Kelly took the stage with Tom Juhas accompanying her on electric guitar. Many of the songs Jadea performed were off her latest release, Clover.

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