Edmonton Symphony Orchestra – Celtic Colours

We’re excited to announce a free performance with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Sunday August 31st at Kinsman Park in Edmonton Alberta. Shows starts at 8:00 Here are some details from the ESO website:¬†http://goo.gl/ckL3e1

This year, the High Level Bridge was fitted with 60,000 LED lights. We’re celebrating this scenic addition to the river valley with a performance that will tie in the visual of this dynamically lit Edmonton landmark with the spectacular sounds of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and Edmonton’s favourite celtic-rooted family, The McDades. Join us for a one-time outdoor concert experience, capped off with Tchaikovsky’s1812 Overture!

Documentary Film – The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music

We’re happy to announce the release of the feature length documentary¬†The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music. Here’s the official press release for the film:

The McDades – Brother Brother Sister Making Music is a feature-length documentary about the Juno Award-winning band The McDades. It’s a documentary where music is at the heart of everything. It celebrates family, great music and what it takes to make it as non-commercial artists in Canada.

Siblings Shannon Johnson, Solon McDade and Jeremiah McDade are The McDades. Their Celtic-rooted music fuses the spontaneity of jazz improvisation with infectious global rhythms. Their unique sound is the perfect complement to their fiery performances.

Filmed in Edmonton and Montreal, and on tour in Alberta and the Netherlands, the film offers a glimpse into the real lives of these hugely likeable, talented and hard-working musicians.

You can watch an early preview of the film here: The McDades Trailer on youtube

Here is a link to the Facebook page for the film: FACEBOOK

Here’s the poster for the screening.

Free Radio Records Website

All of our music is now available from the new Free Radio Records website. You can purchase a digital copy or order a physical CD that will be mailed to you. Here’s a link to the new site Free Radio Records.