Five Meaford Songs of 2016

As one year moves aside to let another begin take fifteen minutes to enjoy five original voices from Meaford. Here are five songs written by Meaford performers who found their way to a live stage in 2016.

 

Subject To Change by Greg Smith

Greg Smith returned from Hungary with a new confidence and his own unique way of creating song cycles that tell a tale individually and in context of each other. This song is a turning point in the tale.

Cold Fish by Zoe Young

Zoe Young made up a good song called Cold Fish and she sang it one day at The Barn’s open stage, urged on by her mother Diana, who sings there and her sister Eden Young who is the lead singer of Cry For Ophelia. It was a hit.

Visceral by James McLaughlin

James McLaughlin has a unique songwriting approach and the voice and guitar chops to pull it off.  This is one of his songs from 2016 before he began moving in more of a country direction.

Diving In by Jayden Grahlman

Jayden Grahlman brightens up whatever room he’s in.  He’s found a groove with this song that makes you want to sing along on the chorus

Minute To Minute by Bill Monahan

Bill Monahan writes this blog every day and writes songs in between.  You can catch him at open stages or concerts at the harbour.  Here he’s counting down the minutes to 2017

Stay tuned for 2017

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2 Responses to Five Meaford Songs of 2016

  1. Gillian says:

    Five original songs sung by their creators–what a great way to see out 2016!
    Happy New Year 🙂

  2. John Malloy says:

    Great Job/Joy Everyone. All the best in the new year!

    John Malloy

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