• Janice
  • January 27, 2014

Jazzy show with Charlena Russell at the Jazz Room Sun Feb 9, Waterloo

This is going to be a big fun jazzy show friends. You really dont want to miss this one.

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Come on down to the Jazz Room and hear two of KW’s powerhouse vocalists for a soulful night of blues, folk and jazz. Charlena Russell will be showcasing some new material with her loop pedal, and Janice Lee will play songs off her new album “Drown the Earth” and throw down some satirical poetry. It’s gonna be great.

Charlena Russell, Janice Lee and the Free Radicals
At The Jazz Room, Sunday Feb 9th, 2014
Doors at 6:30PM Show at 7PM,
$10 Admission, 59 King St North, Waterloo
Come early for food and drinks!
Reserve tickets online HERE

ABOUT CHARLENA RUSSELL:
Charlena Russell is the type of person who will never be bored. Constantly creating and nurturing her imagination as well as others. Both a teacher and a musician, Charlena wants to live in a world with passion, music, drive and integrity.
Although she has released two acoustic albums, Charlena been writing and recording electronic songs since she was a teen. Charlena’s new music is made for headphones. Her first itunes released single Save U is full of “ear candy” effects that jump and dance from ear to ear, smooth and intense vocal layers, stunning piano and programmed beats as well as live drums played by Davide DiRenzio, bass by Mark McIntyre and production by Brian Alexanian.
Charlena is already recording her second electronic song with Brian and will release a small collection of songs as an EP down the road…she is currently performing live with her loop pedal. www.charlena-russell.com  www.russell-music-school.com
ABOUT JANICE LEE and the FREE RADICALS:
Janice’s music has been called “quirky and passionate” (The Record) and has been praised for its rich poetic imagery and catchy upbeat melodies. Her band Janice Lee and the Free Radicals play uplifting uppity original songs for the people.
“Drown the Earth” is their debut album. It is a collection of songs inspired by struggle, and fuelled by an urgent drive to replace systems of oppression with communities of active care. The songs go from bluesy and groovy with a throwback feel, to folksy, heartfelt and anthemic. The title song “Drown the Earth” is a call for the oncoming climate apocalypse to rebalance the planet. So sing along on the people’s chorus, pump your fist and practice joy through all the struggle!

The Band :
Janice Lee – vocals, guitar
Adam F. Lewis – drums, vocals
Brockenshire Lemiski – lead guitar, vocals
Daniel MacPherson – bass, vocals
Justin James – piano, vocals

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