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CD Release Party was packed! Photo by Hamilton Blues Lovers
That time a real choir came to sing on your record! These are some of the Grand River Voices to assist with making “Wake Up” an epic protest song!
Group Shot at our CD Release Party
Lily sings “What Makes You So Cold”
Tom Wilson & Lily Sazz “It was a good trade”. Beautiful Scars and Cootes Paradise.
Sue reunites with her bandmates k.d. lang and David Pilch during k.d.’s tour stop in Hamilton.
Good times at Grant Avenue Studio
Sue Leonard lays down some killer vocals on our record at Psychotropic Studios. August 2017
Wayne at Psychotropic Studios laying down a great vocal
Lily plugs our “February Blues” fundraiser gig at Shawn and Ed Brewing Co. in Dundas.
Cootes Paradise (and sound engineer extraordinaire Doug Smith 2nd from right)
Amy Di Nino, among other things, is a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Phil Wood – McMaster bigwig by day, Bob Dylan shirt sporting emcee on the side…
Rita Chiarelli in the audience!
Dundas Cactus Festival
Lily Sazz – Dundas Cactus Festival
Sue Leonard & Lily Sazz share a moment
Wayne Krawchuck & Sue Leonard
Sonny Del Rio, Ian Thomas, and Sue Leonard.
Mark Volkov. (Photo by Vern White)
Amy Di Nino… drummer, and clearly… rock star!
Turtle Crossing! There’s lots of them in Cootes Paradise, and sometimes they need help crossing the road.
Mark Volkov at the Maple Blues Awards.
Coffee time. We are a wild and crazy bunch.
Lily Sazz & Sue Leonard
Ian Taylor. (Photo by Vern White)
Cootes Paradise rehearsal, lookin’ pretty relaxed.
Cootes Paradise with “Treble Clef”.
Dawn and dusk can be treacherous around these parts because of these beautiful critters crossing the roads.
Cootes Paradise. Out standing in their field.
We raised a LOT of money for 2 charities this day!
One of many species of waterfowl making Cootes Paradise their home.
Cootes Paradise backstage at Bay City Music Hall.
Amy Di Nino, being photographed by Tiffany Thompson
Amy Di Nino and Sue Leonard
Lily Sazz (photo by Vern White)
Goose crossing in Cootes Paradise