Documentary Film – The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music

We’re happy to announce the release of the feature length documentary The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music. Here’s the official press release for the film:

The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music is a feature-length documentary about the Juno Award-winning band The McDades. It’s a documentary where music is at the heart of everything. It celebrates family, great music and what it takes to make it as non-commercial artists in Canada.

Siblings Shannon Johnson, Solon McDade and Jeremiah McDade are The McDades. Their Celtic-rooted music fuses the spontaneity of jazz improvisation with infectious global rhythms. Their unique sound is the perfect complement to their fiery performances.

Filmed in Edmonton and Montreal, and on tour in Alberta and the Netherlands, the film offers a glimpse into the real lives of these hugely likeable, talented and hard-working musicians.

Purchase The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music here.

Here is a link to the Facebook page for the film: FACEBOOK

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

I’m excited to announce three upcoming shows with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, myself and my talented kids; The McDades. We’ll be performing “A Celtic Christmas” this december at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton. Ticket info below!

Dec 21.2012 8:00 Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra ”A Celtic Christmas” Tickets HERE or call 780-428-1414 or Toll Free: 1-800-563-5081

Dec 22.2012 8:00 Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra ”A Celtic Christmas” Tickets HERE or call 780-428-1414 or Toll Free: 1-800-563-5081

Dec 23.2012 2:00 Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra ”A Celtic Christmas” Tickets HERE or call 780-428-1414 or Toll Free: 1-800-563-5081

Peter Thorn Article

Wisdom From My First Guitar Teacher

Read an article by guitarist Peter Thorn for Premier Guitar Magazine that features his experiences with Terry.

http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2011/Aug/Wisdom_from_My_First_Guitar_Teacher.aspx