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Flipping through the record bin marked ‘Bizarre’ outside HighLife Records on Vancouver’s Commercial Drive can be a rewarding experience. I’ve been looking for Redd Foxx albums for years and this was my lucky day! And before you ask – yes, I will be stealing his material. 😉 Fli via Facebook http://ift.tt/1Gil7FS
Doing my arrangement of “Wade In The Water” last summer at Jazz Vespers at St. Andrew’s Wesley in Vancouver.
With Jamie Croil – trumpet, Dave Say – tenor sax, Al Johnston – bass, and Don Powrie – drums, and featuring What It Is on vocals (l-r: Patti Powell, Cass King, Carol Wiedemann, Mimi Beyene). Oh yeah, I play piano and sing too! Thanks to Rod Matheson for taping it.
I will be teaching an Introduction To The Melodica workshop during this year’s Vancouver Ukulele Festival, Sunday March 8th at 3:30 PM at the Croatian Cultural Hall. The Festival is produced by Daphne Roubini (Ruby) of Ruby’s Ukes, Vancouver’s première ukulele school. Three days of workshops and performances and celebration of all […]
Well, well, well!! I am honoured -and stunned – to be Roland Canada’s Musician of the Month for February! What that means is that I’m profiled and interviewed in the Roland Canada newsletter and blog. Check out the article by clicking on the picture or link below. http://rolandblog.ca/musician-month-wayne-stewart/
Heading out to accompany these films from the City of Vancouver Archives on piano this afternoon at 2:30! http://www.viff.org/theatre/films/fc8254-vancouver-–-a-progressive-city-movies-from-the-city-of-vancouver-archives