This week’s episodes from The Capital Project featured interviews and performances with Chips, Tortoise, The Hare and The Millionaire and Andrew Miller.
This week’s episodes from The Capital Project shine light on three diverse sounds – pop-punk, blues and contemporary experimental – with three new additions to the Spotlight Series.
Spotlight Series – Chips
Fredericton pop-punkers Chips kicked the week off with a performance and discussion surrounding how the group’s diverse mix of individual musical interests helped shape the band’s highly polished songwriting style, and how music is the foundation that supports many great friendships.
Spotlight Series – Tortoise, The Hare and The Millionaire
Tortoise, The Hare and The Millionaire are one of the province’s premier blues-rock bands who blend familiar chord progressions with unpredictable live energy and a revolving door of onstage guests – two qualities that have helped build the group a loyal following in a just a few short years. Along with a live performance shot at Maybee Brewery, the band’s Matt Carr and Eric Allard talk about how spontaneity and improvisation play an important role in of the band’s live shows.
Spotlight Series – Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller is known in music circles all over the province. A regular performer with several classical ensembles including Symphony New Brunswick, he is also recognized for challenging tradition and conventional musical styles. A constant collaborator and pusher of boundaries, Miller truly is one of a kind and this video is proof.