Brandon Quigley Thread

Brandon Quigley is a lovely example of the classic Canadian singer-songwriter; he's lived and worked in Edmonton, Alberta, Iqaluit, Nunavut and Toronto. Like the men who made up the Group of Seven, it's obvious that Quigley has traveled this beautiful country and woven together a lovely debut album inspired by the places he has seen and the things he's experienced. The music is constructed without frills; his band are made up of himself on guitar, Laura Bowman on banjo and Mikey Muscat and drums (and melodica in "There's a Thread"). Although the album length is fairly short, coming in at only eight tracks, it's certainly worth a listen. I'm looking forward to hearing more from the charming Brandon Quigley in the future. (Unkindness)