Who: Megan Nash & Winona Wilde
When: October 13, 2017
Where: The Burdock, Toronto ON
On Winona Wilde‘s third album, Wasted Time, the much-travelled Canadian singer/songwriter continues to redefine the image of the troubadour, documenting her life and observing the world with both biting wit and heartbreaking honesty. It’s an approach that echoes some of country music’s greatest composers, such as Townes Van Zandt and Billy Joe Shaver, so it’s no surprise that she was named a winner of the 2017 Kerrville (Texas) Folk Festival’s New Folk competition.
With the freedom and talent to pursue any musical direction she sees fit, Megan Nash‘s latest album Seeker displays the full range of her talents as a songwriter, vocalist and producer – telling stories of love and loss; worry and hope, all through the eyes of a young woman growing up and living in Saskatchewan.
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I shoot live music performances and concerts. I love the excitement of entering a venue, knowing that I’ll be photographing a concert and enjoying the energy of the crowd. There’s nothing like being in a venue and looking at the expressions on the faces of people who are all transfixed by the talent onstage. I shoot about 120 shows each year, averaging 2 bands per show, as well as several all-day and weekend festivals in and around Southern Ontario. From the large venues to very small ones, bright lights or barely lit stages, I hope that my photos capture the enjoyment the artists have in doing what they love to do.