Epic music documentary series continues to tease upcoming May launch with another video exploring the first albums purchased by several young Fredericton musicians.
We're honoured to share a brand new video from The Capital Project, exploring 'first albums' with several young Fredericton musicians including guitarist Connor Fox (blues), Stanley Mayambo (hip hop), Veronique Roy (electronic), Jerry-Faye (folk/rock), Dawson Sacobie (electronic), and Liam Allen (hip hop). Subscribe to their YouTube channel today and watch for the full web series beginning in May! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvYPTrNzzPrmtObcD6dOEOQ
Posted by Grid City Magazine on Friday, March 22, 2019
The wait is nearly over. After spending more than two years shooting and editing performance and interview footage with dozens of Fredericton and New Brunswick musicians, The Capital Project will begin rolling out its full web series starting in May.
As a lead-up to the series launch, Raynemaker Productions have been sharing a few teasers to whet our appetite. In today’s video shared exclusively with Grid City Magazine, the filmmakers continue to chat with artists about the first albums they purchased. This video features interviews with guitarist Connor Fox (blues), Stan Mayambo (hip hop), Veronique Roy (folk), Jerry-Faye (folk/rock), Dawson Sacobie (electronic), and Liam Allen (hip hop).
To stay up to date with all the pre-release material as well as the soon-to-arrive full meal deal, subscribe to The Capital Project on YouTube and prepare yourself for the coming of this long awaited celebration of the power music holds within us all.