It must be humble, sincere, crunchy and organic if it’s a song by Toronto Based Folk/Rock artist Jimmy Pearson. As a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, Jimmy strives to connect to thoughtful audiences with songs that embrace the pathetic and awkward facets of life.
Jimmy Pearson is a bona fide artist who crosses over several genres to reach the end goal – a connection with listeners – through expressive vocals, literary and thoughtful lyrics and a sound that is up-front and personal – in other words, Jimmy is real – Indie Spoonful
Watching Jimmy play is kind of like watching open heart surgery; it’s personal, complex, he keeps the rhythm going no matter what, and you can’t look away. With his voice, carefully crafted songs, guitar, and two kick pedals under his feet he left the audience with the feeling that there’s more going on than meets the eye. – Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival
Jimmy has a talent for songwriting, as well as performing those songs. It’s this type of album that always gets me, as it shows the talent behind the artist when they can write songs that appeal to many genres, and this is the case for “Good Friends”. – Canadian Beats
A beautiful old church, lit only by candles. An atmosphere of reverence and peace and wonder. Scripture, chanted psalms, slow prayer, beautiful music from a solo musician. Nothing for you to say or do or read – only to enter and receive and experience. To simply BE in the presence of God.
Tom Leighton on accordion, bouzouki, bodhran, whistles, jaw harps (Tom has been awarded the Cec McEachern Award as a diverse accompanist by CIUT FM).
Conrad Kipping on guitar, mandolins and violin
Barry Mulcahy is an accomplished singer/songwriter/performer originally from Ireland.
He performs soulful originals and covers by numerous established singer/songwriters such as Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell and Gordon Lightfoot.
Barry’s strong vocal and guitar style display an interesting blend of North American and Irish, Folk and Contemporary music. His most recent performances include opening for Canadian icon Valdy as well as appearances at Brampton’s Garden Square and Mississauga’s Bradley Museum.
Neil Cotton he sing n tell a joke, n tell a story, n play da Spanish guitar, n sometimes da harmonica.
Dave Hubert, he play da wicked guitar.
Together, they make intimate, Country sounds that you can kick back, ponder and relax to. Give it a spin at Copper Kettle Pub.