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**RUNS EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY AND TUES.** He’s Back by Popular Demand! Follow Constable Archibald F. Inkster for an entertaining trek across our vast country, as he weaves a charming blend of humour and political satire with musical gems of the Great Canadian Song Book. Sorry…I’m Canadian celebrates our distinct heritage and offers a fresh perspective on what it means to be a proud Canadian. Featuring step-dancing fiddle champions The Ballagh Bunch!
Sounds Like: Gordon Lightfoot, Johnny Cash, Ray Lamontagne, k.d. lang, Ryan Adams
Manager: Silver Lining Management Contact: Beverly Delich email@example.com www.silverliningmanagement.com
Bio: Duff is originally from Saskatchewan, and has been singing and songwriting since the age of seven. He picked up the guitar at age fourteen. He was a finalist in the Music City Song Festival in Nashville for his song “Dreamin’” .His first professional recording came on a CD Compilation entitled “D...See Full Bio
“An artist’s naked truth By Brian Baker February 12, 2014 Neighbourhoods: North Toronto BRIAN BAKER/TOWN CRIER BARING HIS SOUL: Duff MacDonald is refocusing on his music these days, preparing for his album, Naked. He says the album title has special meaning since the recent passing of his mother, Doreen. There are tears in Duff MacDonald’s eyes. His emotions are laid bare, as he realizes the title of his work-in-progress album, Naked, has more meaning after the death of his mother Doreen, who succumbed to pancreatic cancer on Dec. 30 at age 87. She had a profound effect on the 47-year-old Mt. Pleasant and Erskine resident’s career in the arts, he says. “I remember when I was a 7-year-old and she was in the front row of our local civic centre … competing in this thing called Saskatchewan’s Search for the Stars,” the prairie-born MacDonald recalls. “I could never remember my lyrics, so she sat in the front row with this huge cardboard sign with the... READ More....see b”