The Burnaby Blues & Roots Festival 2015 at scenic Deer Lake Park was a rousing success, albeit with just a hint of rain this year — a first for me. the rain that is. I’m a veteran by now, my sixth (. ) year at the festival of its sixteen-year run. As with every year, the festival brought together a myriad of musical talent, with some names we know, and others that we were introduced to for the first time. Diversity of many kinds One thing I always end up walking away with is how fluid the musical divisions are between the acts I get to listen to, and to see. But, all in all, the differences between folk music, country, the blues, zydeco, rock ‘n’ roll, and any other musical form that could conceivably be expected at a festival like this are all a part of a grand mosaic. When you go to the festival in Burnaby, you see grandparents, parents, kids, couples, families, singles, and gaggles of people of every combination therein enjoying the sunshine (and the rain. Choose your own adventure Another aspect of the Burnaby Blues & Roots festival is that you get to choose your own adventure during the course of the day. Sometimes, you choose your stage and settle in for the acts you came to see. Other times, you wander to others, with the promise of hearing something new. You catch some acts and can’t believe your luck, because you’ve just discovered your new favourite band. The festival is different for everyone. So, with all of that said, I’d like to share my top ten musical moments this year. Colleen Rennison sings “Stage Fright” Colleen’s band No Sinner is one of the best rock n’ roll and r&b bands going today anywhere. Rennison went it alone at the festival this year, singing this particular tune by one of my favourite bands — The Band, as it happens. When she hit the “he’s gonna sing just like a bird …” line, I got chills. I’ve been a fan of her voice for years. Another Colleen Rennison favourite …. 2. Harpdog Brown rocks Elmore James’ “Shake Your Moneymaker” I have a weakness for Elmore James’ slide n’ shout style of electric blues. And Harpdog , also hailing from here in Vancouver, delivered James’ signature hit in all of its primordial glory. When you know the real thing happening, it’s pretty sensational. And it proves that the blues has reach that includes the depths of the soul as well as to dancing feet, especially when at the hands of a master. We enjoyed “Shake Your Moneymaker” so much that we didn’t capture it, but you might enjoy some kick ass. Source: Being Emme
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The information herein was accumulated of fifty some odd years. The collection process started when TV first came out and continued until today. The books are in alphabetical order and cover shows from the 1940s to 2010. The author has added a brief explanation of each show and then listed all the characters, who played the roles and for the most part, the year or years the actor or actress played that role. Also included are most of the people who created the shows, the producers, directors, and the writers of the shows. These books are a great source of trivia information and for most of the older folk will bring back some very fond memories. I know a lot of times we think back and say, "Who was the guy that played such and such a role?" Enjoy!
And if the upbeat Carry On by actor/singer/songwriter Colleen Rennison that plays over the end credits feels too chirpy — well, the film has earned it.
And if the upbeat Carry On by actor/singer/songwriter Colleen Rennison that plays over the end credits feels too chirpy – well, the film has earned it. Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World opens at the Bloor cinema in Toronto and Vancity in Vancouver on ...
Vancouver’s Colleen Rennison started out acting as a child, and grew into a smoky rock-blues singer in adulthood. She mixes the two in Down River, writer-director Ben Ratner’s ensemble drama about a bohemian mother hen (Helen Shaver) and the three ...
Colleen Rennison, Actress: The Story of Us. Colleen Rennison was born on December 2, 1987 in Canada. She is an actress, known for The Story of Us (1999), A Feeling ...
Colleen Rennison; Born (1987-12-02) December 2, 1987 (age 27) Vancouver, Canada: Occupation: Actress, singer, songwriter: Years active: 1994–present
At any given moment, there are so many sounds competing for our attention that it’s easy to get overwhelmed and hear nothing. But, every now and then, a voice comes ...
Search Results for Colleen Rennison. Colleen Ann Rennison. Studied at SIUC Lives in Murphysboro, Illinois