Mo Kenney Signs with Pheromone Recordings for Joel Plaskett-Produced Debut Album
Kenney's self-titled LP is finished and will be out on September 25 via Pheromone in partnership with New Scotland. As previously promised, the album was produced by Plaskett.
Currently, not much is known about the collection, and the tracklist is still under wraps. But you can listen to the Plaskett-assisted number "Scene of the Crime" here, or check out a music video for Kenney's song "Eden" at the bottom of the page.
Prior to the release of the album, Kenney will be hitting the road in Canada and playing a few shows with -- who else? -- Joel Plaskett. See the schedule below.
7/24 Fall River, NS - Fall River School of Performing Arts (FRSPA Songwriting Camp)
7/27 Halifax, NS - Grand Parade Square
7/27-29 Lockeport, NS - Seacaps Memorial Park (Harmony Bazaar Festival of Women & Song)
8/3 Moncton, NB - Empress Theatre (Capitol Theatre Building) ^
8/18 Port Hawkesbury, NS - Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre (Right Some Good Foodie Festival)
8/25 Halifax, NS - Hydrostone Park
9/20 Nelson, BC - Capitol Theatre *
9/22 Saint Albert, AB - Arden Theatre *
9/23 Canmore, AB - Communitea Cafe *
9/25 Kelowna, BC - Habitat *
^ with Gordie Sampson
* with Joel Plaskett
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