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Event Archive - James Murdoch, Winston, Jody Glenham, Joel Battle

Fri. July 17th 2009 8:30 Railway Club (No Minors) 8:30
$10
James Murdoch - Western Canadian Music Award winner and 4 time nominee, Edmonton's James Murdoch performs in support of his new CD, "Wondering Where The Rush Has Gone". Murdoch's previous release, "In Transit" (produced by Hawksley Workman), won Best Album Design and was nominated for Album of the Year and Video of the Year at the 2008 WCMA's.
Winston - Winston performs songs from his latest CD, "Limited", which was recorded on vintage analogue gear. Winston self-produced the new album without using any digital devices -- no computers, no Pro Tools, not even a digital guitar tuner. The result is his celebrated introspective alt-pop, only grittier and at times haunting.
Jody Glenham - Sex, drugs and grand pianos. The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter has a knack for producing a highly addictive brand of coffee shop pop, the kind that inspires you to dance on tables rather than hide behind a book. "Focus Pull" is Glenham's sophomore release and throughout the entire record the spunky chanteuse leads a quiet riot with jazzy keys and growling vocals.
Joel Battle - These songs are about love and loss. They echo the plight of the everyman. They speak of hope, the winds of change and about living life by trial and error. The lyrics paint beautiful landscapes about the Canadian prairies and they sympathize with less fortunate souls who have been forced to live on the streets.

Winston

Canadian singer-songwriter Winston doesn’t take any shortcuts with his debut solo album, Limited. Recording the six-song EP on vintage analogue gear, Winston self-produced the new album without using any digital devices -- no computers, no Pro Tools, not even a digital guitar tuner. The result is his celebrated introspective alt-pop, only grittie... more info

Jody Glenham (Alt Pop / Singer-Songwriter)

When Brian Wilson wrote the lyric "two girls for every boy" he couldn't have known, fifty years later, how this would sum up the fate of Vancouver's Jody Glenham. With timeless craft and haunting delivery, drinking in bed has never sounded better. more info
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