Supernatural British Columbia

September 21, 2018

How lucky am I to spend time on the west coast, not once, not twice, but THREE times this year! The weather was perfect in British Columbia as I toured and hiked my way from Vancouver to the interior and back. I’ll admit the outdoor gig in Olympia, Washington was a bit chilly! But the […]

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Fall on the horizon

September 2, 2018

The start of September always feels like the sun setting on summer – even though here in Toronto, the air is still thick and muggy and the long weekend feels like it’s stretching out to accommodate the anxious back-to-schoolers. My summer was filled with music and travel and friends old and new. I’m gearing up […]

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Festivals are the best of all

August 9, 2018

I watched as a tiny mountain mining town in British Columbia transformed, blossomed, grew exponentially in size, and then exploded with art and music. Thanks to everyone at the ArtsWells Festival Of All Things Art for the opportunity to perform amid such talented and creative people in a unique setting. I even got to sing […]

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Chasing the longest days

July 13, 2018

It was an honour to kick off the first show of the Earlville Opera House’s new summer Courtyard Series last weekend. Extra thanks to the brave folks who came out to the afternoon fingerstyle guitar workshop! The weather was perfect and I had a great time exploring back country roads and hiking along the gorge […]

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Shout out to home base!

June 27, 2018

Hey Toronto, I’m playing a rare local show tonight at the Painted Lady with some of my friends. I’d love to see you there before another interstate steals me away.

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Bergy Bits

June 12, 2018

Every once in the while, the road gives me one of those awesome firsts – like the first time I saw the Rocky Mountains, or Lake Superior off of Highway 17, or the Badlands in Alberta. I’m still waiting for my first Northern Lights sighting, although I did get to see a moose close up […]

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