If Columbus Field takes off, people will think it’s the first thing Molly Thomason has ever done. They would be wrong.
True, she’s barely 20 and opening for Collective Soul is her first big road trip, but she’s hardly an ingenue.
She’s put out three records in four years, she won Young Performer of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards when she was still in high school and she writes songs and sings with a confidence that belies her years.
“When I was 13, I started working on my first album and I didn’t really realize that that meant getting serious, but I guess in hindsight that’s what it was,” Thomason said recently.
Another Monday, another lyric video. I hope this one starts your week off with a bit of punch! Still writing to y’all from the roads of the West coast, and this video is making me miss Toronto! Today we’re off to Medicine Hat, and I’m hearing that that town likes to rock. Can’t wait to bring Audrey along for the ride.
Thank you to my lovely friend Annie Hopewell for doing this one, as well as the Buttons lyric video! Here’s a little more about Annie: A freelance content creator. Films. Directs. Edits. Produces. A human being with busy hands. A background in marketing. A love for writing. A website on the fritz. Converse with her at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://hopewella.tumblr.com.
Hey y’all! So excited to be releasing this week’s lyric video from Pearson Airport as I head to Van city to get on the road with Collective Soul! It’s a fantastic time but like anything fast paced and exciting, it can be hectic. So I figured in honor of a relaxing Monday/week, what’s better than a slow jam? This week’s lyric video is for “Stone”, made by my friend Lucas Silveira. Here’s a little more about him! Hope y’all dig and dig into a chill zone.
Lucas Silveira is best known as the front man, songwriter and founding member of the rock band The Cliks.
He is the first out transgender male to be signed to a major record label deal and has become a leading force in the LGBTQ community for the promotion and visibility of transgender people.
He’s toured with the likes of Cyndi Lauper, Tegan and Sara, The New York Dolls, The Cult and many others. He is currently promoting The Cliks latest release “Black Tie Elevator” and looks forward to seeing you all at Toronto World Pride this year when The Cliks perform for the festivities.