Jenny Allen (from The Fates) http://www.jennyallen.ca/ and Brent Tyler http://www.youtube.com/user/brentylermusic will be joining BONNIE STE-CROIX and both of these amazing artists were part of the recording process for the Alberta Song for the 'Canadian Girl" album. This album has been a year-in-the-making so I'm pretty excited about sharing it with everyone!
About Canadian Girl:
Recording one song in every Province and Territory of Canada for her "Canadian Girl" album (to be released through J-Mac Distribution on September 13th, 2011), Ste-Croix has captured the attention and heart of the country with her musical strand from Coast to Coast to Coast. Guest artists include Stephen Fearing, Natalie MacMaster, Leela Gilday, The Once, the Inuksuk Drum Dancers, Laura Smith, Catherine MacLellan, Emmanuelle Leblanc, Dominque Dupuis, Jessica Rhaye, Shari Ulrich, Julia Graff, Joel Fafard, Farideh, Lynne Hanson, Kate Reid, Kim Beggs, Marie-Josee Dandeneau, Carlin Lemon, The Fates, Brent Tyler, Dentdelion and Dale Boyle. 7849 Driving kms, 12 Flights, 46 Musicians, 13 Provinces and Territories, 13 Songs...one beautiful country.
Vancouver Province, Tom Harrison: "Before she pulled up stakes in Vancouver to be close to her family in the Maritimes, Ste-Croix evidently gave plenty of thought to her cross country travel. The result is a great album (and) Ste-Croix captures the character of each region. Thus, “You’ve Already Got What You Need has some thrilling aboriginal vocals by the Northwest Territories’ Leela Gilday, and the track, “Harvest,” recorded in Prince Edward Island oddly sounds like something Stompin’ Tom Connors would have done. Her best album."