Filed Under (for the sake of the song, Ontario, podcast) by Sean on May-1-2012

This summer I went to the Live from the Rock festival in Red Rock, Ontario on the shores of Lake Superior.  As the sun was setting, I interviewed two young performers.  Kathleen  Speckert aka Kat Murie, is a young singer-songwriter originally from Newmarket and now based in Toronto.  Uncle Dan Henshall  is a young songwriter from London Ontario, who is better known as a sideman playing bass and mandolin for musicians such as Allison Brown.



The Money Song (© Kathleen Speckert)

As Winter Comes so Soon My Love (©  Uncle Dan Henshall)

Alone Without a Song (©  Sean McGaughey)

The Weeding Song ( © Kathleen Speckert)



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