No pick of the day today. Instead I’ll shine some light on a show that’s happening at the Artful Dodger on Thursday. Headlining is Newfoundland-born, Halifax-based singer-songwriter Amelia Curran. She’s touring in support of her latest album, her fifth since she began recording in 2000, called Spectators which came out in October.
Backing her up at the Dodger will be Joe Nolan. To give you a taste, here’s video from a couple of years ago of Curran performing her song “The Mistress” from her 2009 album Hunter Hunter:
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