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May 2014
Crowds
Crowds

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

Spring officially arrived in April, but actual spring is now here: lawns need mowing, leaves are budding and black flies have taken their first bites. At the Dunk, the river has fallen back to normal levels and my partner Chris has brought me home the most beautiful trout from the North shore rivers. My garden is mostly planted and I’m just waiting for the f

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April 2014
Winter Folk
Winter Folk

Notes From The Road
by Catherine MacLellan

As always, I’m gearing up to leave the Island again for a little voyage, this time to Ontario and am also thrilled for the East Coast Music Week to be hosted here in PEI. It’s been a long hard winter and with each day getting longer and brighter, I can feel the shadow of cold, winter darkness falling away.

This winter was full of surprises and bumps in the

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March 2014
Working at Home

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

As the snow continues to fall on my little hill in the woods, I find myself wanting more and more to live the good life. Or a good life. Thoughts of cultivating new life are starting to spring up, seeds have been ordered for the garden and plans are being drawn for new raised beds. I’ve also started baking and quilting again and dreaming of a homesteaders l

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February 2014
All’s Well in The West
All’s Well in The West

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

It’s hard to believe that 2013 is long gone and 2014 is already full-steam ahead. I’m writing this from my hotel room in Calgary, on a rare day off with a ton of work to catch up on. So far it’s been a beautiful tour of the West. Starting in Regina, we’ve been driving around Saskatchewan and Alberta with kind weather to accompany us.

The shows so far have

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December 2013
Warmth and Comfort
Warmth and Comfort

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

Fall has always been my favourite time of year. I like the process of getting ready for winter; stacking wood, cleaning house, getting out the hats and mitts and all that. It is a time of preparation, harvest is over and the long nights have returned. We all go inside for warmth and comfort, and suddenly the busy summer crowd is gone and the community potlucks

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November 2013
European Folk

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

It’s a beautiful, rainy day as I sit and write this from our friend’s house in Yorkshire, England. We are nearing the end of our little voyage across the pond and starting to look forward to getting back home.

Most of our time here has been spent playing shows in Belgium, trying to understand a bit of Flemish and drinking many different local beers. And fries.

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October 2013
Grassroots Festivals
Grassroots Festivals

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

This past summer was filled with music festivals which brought me to some places I had never been before. I’ve spent the last ten or so years as a touring musician but I somehow avoided the classic paying-your-dues cross-Canada tour in a van. I have always flown across the great northwestern parts of Ontario. This summer brought me finally to that beautiful a

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June 2013
Where the Road Leads
Where the Road Leads
by Catherine MacLellan

Notes from the Road

I was having a bad day. You might say a bad week. Ordinarily, being stuck in Austin, Texas, wouldn’t be a bad thing for me. It was February 2010 and I was there with my guitarist Chris to play at the annual SXSW conference. There was some mix up with our airline tickets but we had been able to get to Austin with some luck and unusual kindness from the airline a

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May 2013
Friends Along the Way
Friends Along the Way

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

Back in 1998, I was home from a year in Australia and trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. I had studied one semester at Dalhousie but I wasn’t even sure why I was there, so I came back to PEI. I made a few friends who persuaded me to sneak into Baba’s every week (I was only 18) for open mic or to see Rhythm Rules every Thursday night with Jon

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April 2013
Music on the Brain

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

Last month Chris and I attended the Folk Alliance conference in Toronto, five days of music performed by hundreds of musicians and bands in one hotel. As expected, it was madness but the kind you adjust to after a while. By our second day we were in full swing, running the hallways, slinging guitars, going from showcase to showcase. Among the throngs of musicians

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March 2013
Medicine Music

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

We are headed to Toronto by car, fighting a wicked winter storm to get there. Highways are full of snow drifts but the beautiful glassy ice of a silver thaw keeps me excited about winter. We are headed to a massive music conference called Folk Alliance International which brings people from all over the world to play music as many times as possible over five

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February 2013
Coney Island Baby
Coney Island Baby

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

We’ve been hanging around New York City for a few days now, playing venues that pass the hat and have regular hourly turnover of musicians all night. In Manhattan’s lower east side there is the feeling that the city never sleeps and musicians are akin to rats, everywhere and certainly bottom feeders.

Our first night in the city we played our regular haunt

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