If your long weekend is shaping up to be anything like mine, it's currently a little too chilly to spend much time outside. And tomorrow that chilliness is expected to morph into sustained torrential rainfall until the work week starts up again.
Best leave the camping for a warmer weekend. After all, we probably have at least a good ten days' worth of summer to look forward to this year.
Here's some reading, instead, to keep you out of trouble:
- cast your eyes in a lefterly direction for my interview with a NMC Guitar Club volunteer, in today's Calgary Sun.
- my latest BC Musician Magazine article, in this summer's Ultimate Festival Guide, spills all about Sled's Island's glorious post-flood financial comeback.
- my latest review on the National Music Centre blog dives into the fever dream that is Kenna Burima's debut solo album. No more Woodpigeon, Pygmies, Beaver Squadron or Brenda Vaqueros - this time the girl is boldly stepping out on her own.
Happy May Two-Fer, campers!