Indie ladies who lunch: Jeanette Stewart edition

On Friday, I had the pleasure of meeting Saskatoon’s Jeanette Stewart for lunch at The Edge cafe to talk about what it’s like to be a woman in the music industry. She was in town to play a solo show at Café Deux Soleils. When she’s not playing music with Slow Down Molasses, her band The … Continue reading

Indie ladies who lunch: Amelia Curran edition

Today was your typical wet Vancouver day. The sky was dreary. The damp seeped into every article of clothing you wore. But despite the rain, Halifax-based (formerly St. John’s, Newfoundland) singer-songwriter Amelia Curran agreed to meet me for a warm, cuddly cup of java downtown at Finch’s Tea & Coffee House and talk about what … Continue reading

Indie ladies who lunch: Tegan and Sara edition

Welcome to my new semi-regular feature titled “Indie ladies who lunch.” I’m very excited about it. As many of you know, I worked on a short radio documentary for CBC Radio 3 that explored what it is like to be a woman in the Canadian indie music scene today. I hoped to continue researching this … Continue reading

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