Morgan Davis played an active role in the 2010 Wreckhouse Jazz and Blues Festival with a performance at Bowring Park Amphitheatre, Fat Cat Blues Bar and a workshop at Dusk Ultralounge. Her are a few photographs from the various events,
Archive for September, 2010
The 2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival would not be possible without the support of our corporate and media sponsors. To show our appreciation for their support, Wreckhouse Jazz & Blues will be showcasing a different sponsor each week. This week, we feature Homeworx.
As an authorized buider for Kent Homes, Homeworx provides quality turnkey home packages designed to make your home buying experience convenient and hassle free. With customizable plans and in-house design centre, we make it easy to plan, design and watch the progress of your new home. Constructed and assembled state of the art plants, certified craftspeople create each componant of your new Kent home under strict quality measures to meet Canadian standards Association and National Buiding Codes.
The ability to carry out site work while your home is being built, coupled withthe efficiencies that come with building your home in a controlled indoor enviroment, means overall construction times are significatly reduced. Your home is ready sooner and you can expect a new home tour, detailed owners manual and best in-industry warrenties to welcome you to your new Kent home!
2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz and Blues Festival Performer Kellylee Evans appeared on A Morning show yesterday showcasing her new album ‘Nina’. ‘Nina’ is a tribute to the late Nina Simone and includes Kellylee’s performances of some of her most memorable tracks. You can buy the Album ‘Nina’ via Kellylee’s website http://www.kellyleeevans.com/
- What Nina taught Kellylee Evans (theglobeandmail.com)
- KEXP Documentaries: “Sirens of Jazz” ‒ Nina Simone (kexp.org)
The CBC Production Centre in St. John’s is opening its doors, and they’d love for you to swing by for a visit!September 23, 2010
Have you ever tuned into your favorite CBC program and wondered how it was made? If the answer is yes, you’ll be excited to know that we’re inviting you to get a sneak-peek at how it’s done!
On September 25, CBC St. John’s will open its doors to share the art of broadcasting with you.
Drop by between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. for a behind the scenes look at how CBC programs are made. Take a tour of the building and meet some of your favorite CBC personalities!
You can enjoy some fantastic talent throughout the day including the Dardanelles, Sandy Morris, East Rock Crew, plus other great local acts. There will also be interactive events and contests where you can win a CBC prize.
They’d love for you to bring your digital camera, take a picture of yourself somewhere in the building and upload it to cbc.ca/nl for a chance to win an Apple Ipod Touch!
As well, please feel free to bring a non-perishable food item. It will go to The Community Food Sharing Association.
Come by the CBC building on University Avenue on Saturday, September 25 between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. For more info, please go to cbc.ca/nl
Amy Joy, CBC NL Communications, (709) 576-5150
Amy Stoodley, CBC Communication, (709)576-5156