The first music video with Andy Flinn singing in his second native language: Swiss German. This collaborative effort, produced by Brigitte Kindlimann, features visual impressions of Wolfville, Nova Scotia over a backdrop of Swiss German songwriting. A big thank you to all who participated!
Hi there, Let’s say that I am looking to finagle some income for myself, as in: I’m following links on the internet that promise jobs. Sometimes you come across posts like “Cards Against Humanity is looking for Contributing Writers“. I’m not going to make any accusations. I will simply explain why this kind of “Job Advertisement” gives me the creeps…
The first Swiss German album of Andy Flinn.
Oh, my! Does it feel wonderful to point at him? To shout: “Evil!”, and to cry: “It is not I”? Do I feel better knowing that I am “better”? Do I feel like a leader, dragging my ten friends to his show to laugh at him with insult? Do I want to drag my tribe to a place where he has a microphone and we don’t? Do I trust my friends to listen to the most reasonable voice or do I know they will listen to the loudest one? Continue reading He, Who Shall Not be Named
Doing something as simple and primal as beating sticks on skins, Alex Porter worked for Erin Costello, TripALady, Jack, The Hupman Brothers, Curtis Matheson, Ask Your Sister and all kinds of jazz cats around. He is the mysterious drummer on John Main‘s latest recording, “Blues on Mainstreet“.
Now he’s on a Swiss version of an ole blues song.
Translated / performed by Andy Flinn. Filmed by Kimberly Smith. Special Thanks to Night Kitchen, Donna Holmes and Ross Chapman. More about the original songwriter here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mani_Matter
We just finished an intense week working on the first music video for my new Swiss-German album “Bad Ragaz”, due out in August.
The release of the video will be coordinated with the Produces Brigitte Kindlimann over the next week.
John B. Main‘s new Album! At the end of an awesome time in Wolfville, ’round summer 2017, John and I shared the same horn section and various other stage pals. This album is like an audio photograph of that period in his career, with a group of established and new fellow musicians… A sample of the vibe Continue reading Blues On Mainstreet (John B. Main, RTR)
John B. Main is a 21 year old blues singer/pianist, music therapy student and one of the most interesting new performers and band leaders. He’s already played with a host of award winning “old fellows” and I’ve already heard him hailed as Canada’s best blues pianist. Continue reading John B. Main