It’s been a busy week for David Burrows that’s taken him all over the region from London’s Rock The Park 10th Anniversary opening night spectacular to Camlachie’s Woodstock music festival while not missing a beat when it comes to his usual outstanding coverage of entertainment and special events happening locally and around the world.
David took a trip down to Harris Park in London last Thursday to cover Rock The Park’s milestone 10th Anniversary opening night and brought back with him some amazing video from performances by opening act The Rural Alberta Advantage and co-headliners The Trews and Tragically Hip.
The next night, David was in Camlachie’s Sawmill Creek for a tribute to the legendary Woodstock music festival that, in his own words, was a great success and included homages to classic rock legends Janis Joplin and Santana.
Also on tap this week, an exclusive interview with local rising stars Erika Sit & Sara Campbell where the talent muscial duo talked about their beginnings and how they’ve connected with Canadian singer-songwriter-actress Emm Gryner who, incidentally, has been so impressed with them that she’s taking them on the road for a small tour with dates to be announced.
This week, David also talks about this weekend’s highly anticipated annual Captain Kidd Days event in Corunna highlighting all of the great attractions and activities that will be on hand for families and children. As you would expect, David also talks about all the amazing regional musical talent that’s slated to perform over the three-day weekend event.
Speaking of amazing music, this week’s episode includes some insight into the musical acts – The Trews and 54-400 – that will be featured over two days respectively during the upcoming Can-Am Powerboat races slated for Aug. 10 and 11.
Finally, but never least, this week’s episode includes special announcements and details about INDIEFEST and the new “Indiefest Youth Talent Showcase” that’s purpose will be to uncover some of the best musical talent – among young people – and give them the opportunity to be discovered.