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we’re stuck knee deep in this thing we call love

The time is nigh…

Our Knee Deep music video is ready for the online world and will be posted on none other than Valentine’s Day!

The team at Euphonic Sound outdid themselves again and it’s superfabulous.  Help us celebrate by sharing the link with all your friends.  Yes?

Check back here on V-day!



Shelter Me

well, not me… but a pet.  Or if you like animals and you live in Kingston, come and support the Kingston Humane Society.

A bunch of local artists have put together a CD (all funded by RealtySource) and are releasing it on Friday November 19th, 2010 (tmr!).

I’ll be playing 2 new tunes (one of which is on the CD) and listening to the talent from The Kingston Folk Club.

Join me.

xo Andrea

Medical Variety Night – bLeed!

November 11th, 12,th, and 13th – 2010.

My classmates have been hard at work organizing the annual Queen’s University Medical Variety Night.

I’ll be singing a tune and test driving my acting skills in a play.

Come on out to support a great cause and see what all these talented students do with their “free” time.

All proceeds are going to local Kingston charities.


Send Me a Picture – I’ll write you a song.

photocredit: James Pollock

It’s quite simple really.  A spin-off of last years “life to lyrics” campaign where I asked you to send me your stories so that I could choose one to write a song about. The song Seohee was born.

This year I’m asking you (yes YOU) to send me a photo that has meaning to you.  Any photo.  Be it of someone you love, yourself, your pet, your favourite view, your toaster…  Once I’ve received your submissions I will go through all the photos and choose one to write a song about.  It’s going to be tricky for me because I’m asking that you provide NO TEXT with your photo.  Leave the interpretation up to me.

Send photos to:

Deadline: December 1st, 2010



By You Music Video!

Here it is in all it’s glory.

Many thanks to all the fans/friends who showed up and got into character.  And to the talented Emma McKee for filming/producing the whole thing.


love Andrea