The year is almost over, and it has been a great year for acoustic music. No, we will not do a flimsy “Top whatever”; we are more interested in what others have been listening to. That is why we asked our colleagues and musicians about their favourites. Take a look at the choice of Oxygen Thief, Brian Marquis, Emily Barker, The Lion and the Wolf and more.
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Versus The World vocalist and guitarist Donald Spence will be releasing a solo album titled “The Late Shift” on March 4. The singer songwriter has been touring with his band ever since the release of “Drink. Sing. Live. Love”, but that hasn’t stopped Spence from writing and recording a solo album in the little time he had in between. Continue reading
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