“My fashion is unique … and comfortable”
“Be over, be under, be true, but never give up. Fashion reflects personality."
“I try to be unique. I try to be unexpected. Something that hasn’t been seen.”
Andrea - “I’m on my way to sing with Celtic Sienn at the Irish Association of Manitoba and am also wearing green for St. Patrick’s Day.”
Richelle - “I just wear whatever feels right man. I dunno.”
Nancy - “My fashion is a fusion of a Canadian, European and African melting pot.”
Piano pop songwriter stops at The Neighbourhood on his cross-Canada tour
July 9- July 12 Bird's Hill Provincial Park Free for Children 12 & Under, Youth/Senior prices available. 4-day pass $215-235 ($250-310 with camping), day pass $63-83
Winnipegger Curtis Nowosad, who now lives in New York, came back to Winnipeg last June and recorded Dialectics, the followup to his 2012 debut, The Skeptic and the Cynic. Nowosad enlisted his old bandmates who all have ties with the University of Manitoba jazz studies program. Steve Kirby's bass, along with Nowosad’s fluid drumming anchor the jazz ship along on the journey through six original tunes and three covers.
Okay, with a title like Shit Sucks and the cartoonish drawing of B. A. Johnston on the cover of the CD, I wasn't sure what to expect. I thought it would be a punk rock recording. I was pleasantly surprised (although I do like punk).