Old Man Luedecke
Lesley Robinson found his love of music growing up playing the banjo with his family and friends in the First Nation Algonquin community of Kipawa, Quebec. Les played in bluegrass bands throughout the ‘90’s and now works in the oil fields of Medicine Hat Alberta where he lives with his two daughters Wawatay & Usinece. He lives his life following the traditional indigenous ways and brings this deep spiritual connection with him as he discovers the rich and flourishing musical community of North Preston, NS.
Reverend Wallace Smith Sr
Reeny Smith is a powerhouse on the stage and in the studio. As a 26-year-old singer, songwriter, musician, and producer, her age – and her modest disposition – may be deceiving.
Whether she is playing with a full band, as a trio with her backup singers or solo on the keys, Reeny delivers magic every time, lighting up the room. Her extraordinary vocals, confident stage presence, and energetic live show make for a truly unforgettable, entertaining experience. Her natural born talent was inspired and nurtured by her family and friends growing up in North Preston, Nova Scotia. In 2015, she enrolled in the prestigious Music Arts program at St. FX University, majoring in jazz vocals, and released her first EP, I Am Reeny.
Enriched with studies at St. Francis Xavier and Humber College, JR Smith is primarily self-made and community built.
VERTICAL PRODUCTIONS AND CBC PRESENTS “HEAR! HERE! A MUSICAL GEOGRAPHIC”
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY JEFF WHEATON EDITOR RHYS WATERS SOUND RECORDIST & MIXER JAMES O’TOOLE CONCEPT DANIEL J. BAUGH & CHARLES AUSTIN PRODUCER ANN BERNIER WRITER/DIRECTOR DANIEL J. BAUGH
WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF THE ROGERS DOCUMENTARY FUND, WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF NOVA SCOTIA, NOVA SCOTIA FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION INCENTIVE FUND AND THE CANADIAN FILM OR VIDEO FILM TAX CREDIT.