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for hosting this evening’s forum for local candidates
to interact with & be informed by
of our vision for a
vibrant & viable
Art & Cultural experience in Waterloo Region
Like the soundtrack?
"The Pool of Bethesda" composed & performed by Waterloo folk music artist, JoJo WorthingtonSJU Campus Renewal 2015 groundbreaking photographed by Jessica Rose
Local musicians “The Vaudevillian” photographed by Jessica Rose Block 3 photo by KB Photography
Who’s coming to Cafe Pyrus February 22nd?
Beg/borrow a carbon microphone (please…DAVE?) and take a crack at live vintage gorilla recording
get the party started with a taste of the finest craft brew at the Block 3 Brewing Co. in St. Jacob’s Saturday Afternoon 4ish
come and check it out!
more details below
It pays to buy the CD!It dawned on me last night that Jessica had bought a CD at the Commons Cafe Wednesday afternoon and there was a little slip of paper inside the carefully folded CD cover with contact information….so i wrote a message to Brendan Stephens that went like this:
Hi folks, we caught your act at the commons cafe last Wednesday afternoon and thought it was great fun. A bunch of us are planning to come out to cafe pyrus saturday evening at 7:30 for more ...with an afternoon primer of craft beer tasting at the Block 3 Brewery in St Jacob's (which we understand you already know about).
i pitched your sound to my audio recording class (conestoga college) so there may be some students coming hoping to capture a bit of your act as a sample recording. We are currently studying microphone (mono & stereo) recording techniques. Our instructor, Dave Gray has a collection of rare microphones that would give you guys a real authentic vintage sound in your recordings. Not sure if he is going to make it, but if you are interested, i can try to set up a recording session with Dave Gray & the audio recording class on a Monday evening. The class is located very close to cafe pyrus at the Kitchener Studio Project which has taken over one half of the old post office building at 44 Gaukel Street.
You will see me with a Zoom H6 recorder in hand and i will introduce myself and double check that its ok to press "record". Just remember i am not a professional, but i do my best and would be happy to post a live recording on soundcloud and send you the link to download. My friend, Jessica is coming who is a professional photographer from France (and world traveller) now living in Kitchener. She will have her camera in hand, of course. She bought one of your CD's last Wednesday at the commons cafe and may have lyrics memorized by saturday lol - we will see. looking forward to Saturday evening's performance at cafe pyrus
here's a link to my class pitch fyi: carbon-microphone-recording-challenge-february-22nd/ -- cheers
and the return:
That’s great news! Would love to set up a recording session and please do bring your recorder would love to have some live recording on soundcloud. Looking forward to seeing you guys! Thanks for getting in contact with me. We will chat more on Saturday!
Brendan J StephensSongwriter/Musician
“Brendan J Stephens and Willow Walker (The Vaudevillian) are 1920’s blues singers in the flesh. Hitchhiking between raucous house shows, rowdy bars and busking everywhere in between, they have crafted a way of singing both their own material and songs near one hundred years old in a way entirely their own”.