Gorgeous illustrations and a fun story line work together to introduce young readers to a traditional Newfoundland instrument.
offers much to those interested in the history of Cape Breton, coal mining, or those who are already fans of the group
“Lots of people are very insecure, but she just let it all out, she wasn’t worried about being upstaged or anything like that. I always interpreted that as another sign of strength in her.” -Kim Dunn, who played keyboards in Rita MacNeil’s band for 14 years.
“Redemption Song” is one of the greatest hymns composed by humanity. And it was born in Nova Scotia.
Whether you’re tone-deaf or a talented musician (or somewhere in between), these Atlantic Canadian books will get you in tune with our rich musical heritage and culture.
New book explores Nova Scotia’s connection to Marcus Garvey and Bob Marley’s anthem of hope and liberation Writing The Hermit of Africville changed my life. Learning about Eddie Carvery’s now 45-year protest against the racism that destroyed his community opened my eyes and left a lot of questions. What exactly is racism? What exactly are the human races? Those questions were the seeds Carvery planted in my mind. Now, they’re blossoming in a new book: Redemption Songs: How Bob Marley’s Nova Scotia Song Lights the Way Past Racism (Pottersfield Press,…
The History of Canadian Rock ‘N’ Roll
by Bob Mersereau
$24.99, paperback, 320 pp.
Backbeat Books, March 2015