Christine Campbell announces new album and shares new single before playing three NB shows next month.
Christine Campbell will be back in New Brunswick in April supporting her brand new album Roller Coaster, co-written and co-produced with Nova Scotia hip-hop sensation, Classified.
A media release announcing the new album and tour states, “Roller Coaster (April 2017) is a true representation of Christine’s diverse influences – from hard rock and 70’s rock to roots and blues. Christine has attracted top-calibre artists like Jeff Burrows of The Tea Party to add their musical talent to the songs. And Classified’s co-writing and co-production pumps up the radio-ready element. Roller Coaster offers a narrative of a small town Prince Edward Island girl who has become a powerful performer, known for her unapologetic mastery of guitar, piano and rock vocals.”
Campbell has spent the past several years turning heads (and ears) across the East Coast with her powerful combination of presence and skill, playing both intimate acoustic performances with her wingman Blake Johnston (formerly of The Stogies) and shredding solos with her five-piece rock outfit.
Following her NB dates, Campbell will spend the entire month of May on the road.
Listen to her debut single, Last Man Standing, off the forthcoming album Roller Coaster, due out in April.
Christine Campbell on tour:
March 30 | Corked Wine Bar | Fredericton, NB
April 1 | Parkindale Hall, Parkindale, NB
April 7 | Lou’s Pub | Bathurst, NB