Gerry Taylor

An Archive of Music History

Chicks and Docklings at Portland United Church

CHICKS & DOCLINGS HATCH NEW CD  SATURDAY AT PORTLAND UNITED CHURCH Exuberant…that describes their CD Just Hatched…but not humour inspired exuberance as anyone who has seen The Cool Chicks & Ugly Doclings perform would expect. This disc is a recording,… Continue Reading →

Stompin’ Tom

from Gerry’s 2009 when Stompin’ Tom was last here. STOMPIN TOM’S NEW CD A MILESTONE IN HIS NEVER ENDING STORY A perception once rooted is hard to disinter. On page seven of Tom Connors’ own biography Stompin’ Tom Before The… Continue Reading →

Stompin’ Tom’s Never Ending Story

Stompin’ Tom’s New CD – a Milestone in His Never Ending Story A perception once rooted is hard to disinter. On page seven of Tom Connors own biography Stompin’ Tom Before The Fame he writes: I had been born Charles… Continue Reading →

A Sussex story of the 50s

Playing Hockey On ‘The River’ Could Be Hazardous! “Watson get out of the water! You’ve got your new clothes on! Your father is gonna kill you!” These were the words we heard before we could even see the dam and… Continue Reading →

Christmas Folk Music Sale

Some of the World’s Greatest Folk CDs at Sale Prices By today’s reckoning, Timberhead Music CD’s are unbelievably bargain priced at their regular catalog price of $16. But now slashed $3-only $12.99 a disc-during their Annual Christmas Holiday Sale, Nov…. Continue Reading →

Bob Nolan’s Inspiration

Hatfield Point Funeral Brings Back Memories of Bob Nolan I had expected more Southern New Brunswick country music entertainers to attend a funeral in Hatfield Point two Saturdays ago. The name in the obituaries that week filled me with a… Continue Reading →

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