Stories.

Alannah Myles

Alannah Myles

"The year was 1988 when my good friend David Tyson, a remarkable keyboardist and producer called to book some studio time with me. “I love the sound you guys are getting at Kensington Sound and I want to bring this demo project in – it should be a lot of fun.” It turned out the artist was a singer named..."

Jeff Healey

Jeff Healey

"...she introduced me to Jeff who turned out to be a handsome young man, with long blonde hair and a beautiful smile. He held out his hand in a peculiar, searching manner and in a delayed reaction, I realized that he was blind. Tracy helped him into a chair where he reached for a Stratocaster that was leaning..."

Lenny Breau

Lenny Breau

"...So much for what was humanly possible or not. I looked closer. He had the pose of a classical guitarist. His hands were small, but at times were splayed out to unnatural lengths. With his head bent down, listening to the amplifier speaker checking out the sound, his fingers danced across the neck producing..."

Paul Shaffer

Paul Shaffer

"...As per usual , the Hiptonics smoked from the very get go. No matter what the line-up was (and we had a long list of substitute players), the intensity level of the groove of this band was simply unparalleled but typically, the response from the audience was how shall we put it, only mildly enthusiastic. After all, this was Toronto..."

Jimmy Webb

Always Remember Where You Are

"...So far so good. He had the audience in the palm of his hands. The spotlight caressed the sleek black grand piano as his fingers flew up and down the ivories in languid arpeggios. He began a little banter. And then this: “…..Well…it’s certainly great to be here in Nashville and... well..."