Singer/songwriter Joanna Drummond released an album called “Songs for Mother’s Day”, and it’s a collection about the experience of what it’s like to raise children. “4 AM Waking” is about the quintessential experience of motherhood, having your child wake you up in the middle of the night.
“This is my soul right here.”
In this video, singer/songwriter Toni Vere performs and shares about her song, “Free.”
This song was written in Waterton. Vere was feeling funny because it was raining, and she was under tarps, trying to keep warm by the fire pit. And she began to wonder why she was there, which turned into “why am I compelled to do this crazy thing called music?”
In this video, Toni Vere performs and shares about her song, “Wonder Why I’m Here.”
In this video, singer, songwriter and poet Jeremy Park performs “Depression Era Fetishist.”
The concept behind the song is what it would be like to be in the depression era with all of our modern technology.
In this video, singer, songwriter and poet Jeremy Park performs “Skyscrapers.”
Singer/songwriter Jonathan Ferguson often writes songs late at night, early in the morning, in winter, or in the fall. If it’s light or sunny outside, he feels distracted or lazy.
When he wrote “Dream Wakes With You”, not only was it dark outside, he wanted to cheer himself up.
Even the most ardently individualistic person will admit that they are made up of a bunch of difference influences and happenstance. We all tumble into things and become things – nobody just is.
Jonathan Ferguson’s “Charity Quilt” is about how we all pull from everywhere to become what we are.
Singer/songwriter Jonathan Ferguson was brought up in a religious household. He began questioning religion, and realized that there were questions that could not be answered by authority figures.
That’s when he became an agnostic. That’s what his song, “Atlas Let Go” is about.
People sometimes choose to remain in dysfunctional relationships, even when they recognize that they may be unhealthy.
In this video, David Andrew Wiebe explores the meaning behind his song “Wonderfully Dysfunctional”, and performs it for the community gathering.
“Fire Your God” is a song about beliefs, and whether or not those beliefs are currently supporting you and where you are in life.
Sometimes we need to change and to become something new to adapt to our circumstances.
In this video, David Andrew Wiebe shares about his song “Fire Your God”, and performs it for the community gathering.