Who: Jadea Kelly & Kennedy Rd
When: May 9, 2019
Where: The Burdock, Toronto ON
Jadea Kelly, who’s is from Whitby, Ontario demonstrated her folk-soul sound at The Burdock in Toronto. Releasing her new EP Bad Like Me, a charming collection, and being awarded 2019’s Best Score & Music by The International Documentary awards for her forthcoming soundtrack for the Met While Incarcerated the Independent Film.
Now residing in Los Angeles, California, Kelly has developed her sound over the years, and brings a sweet, warm, prairie harmony. Proving that she can hold her own onstage, Jadea gave a glimpse of her abilities as an artist; and is an engaging performer, with a sweet clear tone.
Kennedy Road – Opening the night for Jadea, with two shows, Shelia Carabine and Brian MacMillan, graced us with some grit and gravel. They both lived on two different Kennedy roads at one point in their lives, and now combined, their road leads them to serve up Folk, Singer-songwriter vibes, and present a smooth harmony. With humour and stories behind each song, Kennedy Road is an intriguing journey in music.
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Wandering EMm Photography origins came from a wanderer who saw the world in vibrant colour, unique compositions, and an understanding of the dance between light and dark. With her ’Beastie’ as she affectionately calls her camera, EMm can be found at most events, festival, and of course, is a regular at a concert. EMm has a strong passion for music. Using her camera, EMm can capture that moment in time where melody meets lyric, and exists as memory. Musicians have a tiny window to imprint you with their gift of song, given as thoughts, emotions, and experiences. EMm would like to seize that opportunity, and photograph that moment when it all connects. ‘How far will you wander… creatively?’