Canadian Musician - March/April 2018

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March/April 2018 Vol. XXXIX, No. 2




Brett Kissel & Meghan Patrick
The Continuing Rise of Canadian Country

By Andrew King

Two of Canada's hottest country stars talk Nashville, Canadian country¹s industry infrastructure, the importance of live performance, and more.


Elise LeGrow
Reimagining Chess Records Classics & Herself

By Ashley Jude Collie

Who do you love? Well, you’re probably gonna love singer Elise LeGrow and her debut full-length record, Playing Chess.


Music Therapy for Musicians

By Amy Di Nino

We’ve repeatedly touted the importance of music therapy and how musicians can get involved; this time, we look at the advantages for musicians on the receiving end.


Queens of the Low Frequencies
Our 2018 Bass Special

By Jason Raso

There are so many amazing bass players in the world, and now more than ever, a great number of them are women. If you find this surprising, you should get out more.


Indie Insider
Music BC’s Phoenix Program & The Need for Music Business Education, Part 2


Road Test
A suite of software reviews including Steinberg’s Cubase Pro 9.5, Waves’ Scheps Omni Channel plug-in, and the Bus Glue collection from Joey Sturgis Tones



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Guitar – Sophia Radisch
Keyboards – Teri Parker
Bass – Jason Raso
Percussion – Chris Brown
Woodwinds – Daniel Schnee
Brass – Paul Baron
Digital Music – Bobby Love
Vocals – Micah Barnes
Writing – Stefanie Blondal Johnson
Recording – Dajaun Martineau
Live Sound – Cam MacLellan & Mike Rowland
Business – Adrian Barnardo