Published Nov 16, 2011This week on Exclaim! TV, we have two artists from opposite sides of the genre spectrum.
First, we have singer-songwriter Julie Doiron's performances of "Swan Pond" and "Dark Horse," both from her 2007 LP Woke Myself Up, at the Bloor Ossington Folk Festival, which took place in Toronto last month. The much-loved Canadian songstress sang to an intimate crowd at the city's Bloorcourt restaurant, offering up a truly charming performance.
Next, we have some live tracks by experimental rock unit Tera Melos. From the Theatre of Human Health, the psychedelic California-born trio played "Kelly," a single off their latest album Patagonian Rats. Coming up on Thursday (November 17) is another performance by Tera Melos, including an interview with the band.
Stay tuned to Exclaim! TV for more video footage from the Bloor Ossington Folk Festival, with clips of Eamon McGrath and METZ coming soon. Plus, keep an eye out for live acoustic performances by Forest City Lovers and Library Voices on Exclaim! TV.
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