May 9-12th I’m so thrilled to be a part of this festival. I hope you will come out and enjoy some of the music. All festival details are below and here is a link to my showcase Media launch party: May 8 Festival: May 9 – 11 Wrap Up Party: May 12 Cover per show:...Read More
I am thrilled to announce that I have won Canadian Musician of 2012 in Centennial College’s Radio Nation Awards 2012! Thank YOU for all your votes and support. Also congrats to my fellow musicians who have also collected awards! Click here for a full list of...Read More
I’ve had a bit of a whirlwind few months and even moreso a life changing few days. I’m battling some serious demons within me right now and, in the proper tone of springtime, trying to deal with the coming changes. I’ve been frustrated with the state of the music industry, and I can’t turn a blind eye since I truly live it every day. My last few shows in the fall ended in less than pleasant ways, leaving me fuming and thoroughly disenchanted with wanting to play live. I haven’t written a song in probably half a year and felt like music was slowly becoming something of my past. Enter Harrison Fine, playing on my innate need to help, he asked me to write a few songs together. It wasn’t completely an easy task, ripping apart someone’s deeply loved words, but we worked together and together we created something beautiful. I finally heard a recorded version of the final edit and I’m so proud of this song, and also proud of the others that follow, even though my involvement in them was much less prominent. I was there to watch him grow into an even better songwriter, and I’m in awe at what’s to come. I’m only part writer behind a song or three on this new project, so you won’t be seeing me in the spotlight, but I guarantee you will hear much more about it from me as soon as it’s more public.
Now here I stand, not really much further than I was six months ago, not entirely sure what my next “Ania” song will be, but knowing fully that I want to get back to it. I don’t know if a career in music if viable and I think maybe letting go of the need to make money from this will open new doors. Not every passion has to be a life long career. Music is in my blood, I got that from my granddad – though I wish I had inherited his talent to play any song by ear! Fittingly my next show is on April 17th at the Free Times Cafe – what would have been his birthday…and anniversary of his death (I know, freaky). I’m ready to try again, a little scared and still not sure if I’m truly cut out for this world of music…but I do know that I really missed it and missed you!
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I am thrilled to announce that I have won Canadian Musician of 2012 in Centennial College’s Radio Nation Awards 2012! Thank YOU for all your votes and support. Runners up in this category were Krysta Lee (2,010 votes) & Kate Todd (772 votes). Congrats to my fellow musicians who have also collected awards! Click here for a full list of winnersRead More
On November 24th I’ll be rocking out to warm up the stage at Rancho Relaxo – 300 College Street in Toronto – it’s in the upstairs part, although I highly recommend the yummy food downstairs. Arms of the Girl, Air Marshal Landing, and The Addington Country Revue will follow.
Cover is only $6 and doors open at 9pm. Hope you can come out for a little fun and music!Read More
AMAZING! YOU GUYS – my dear fans – ARE THE BEST! I’m now less than 100 votes from winning the award for Canadian Musician/ Band of 2012 – YOWZA! Please keep the votes coming over the next few weeks! Voting will END on December 20 2012 at 11:00 p.m. EST.
One of East Toronto’s Centennial College radio shows, Radio Nation, is presenting The Radio Nation Awards 2012 and I’ve been nominated for Canadian Musician/Band of 2012. Voting is now open and it depends 100% of YOU, my dearest awesome fans. You will only be able to vote once per day (Per IP Address), so be sure to come back everyday and vote!
Voting will END on December 20 2012 at 11:00 p.m. EST.