Feb 8, 2016
Bill Garrett & Sue Lothrop are another pair of accomplished Canadian folk artists that can trace their beginnings back to seminal coffee houses here, and in New York City.
Partnering after Bill's last solo album in 1999, the two have appeared all across the country and the U.S., in a wide variety of clubs, concerts, and festivals.
Both give back to the industry they love. Sue developed a therapeutic music program for seniors, and Bill is a co-founder of the iconic Borealis Records, as well as a co-founder of The Canadian Folk Music Awards.
This podcast interview also links to a companion feature in my online Calgary Herald space.
Don't miss my followup review from The Calgary Folk Club!