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Studio Guest – Maria Dunn – Tues 26 Sept on Travels With My Auntie Liz 8-10pm

Delighted to announce that Maria Dunn is once more with me in the studio  – on Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 26 th  Sept 2017– to play a few tunes, tell a few tales and bring us up to speed on her tour in Scotland! from 8-9pm 

Listen Again – First Hour  Second Hour 



Maria with our Hamish Douglas Burgess


Maria was born in Scotland, she moved as a child with her family to Ontario. She has made Edmonton, Alberta her base since the 1990s. As a child she studied classical piano and she later studied psychology at the University of Alberta. From 1987 to 2000, she hosted a weekly folk music program on the U of A’s campus/community radio, CJSR. Immersing herself in folk music in this way, she gravitated towards writing her own well crafted songs , with a good tale to tell!

Maria has been a busy lady this summer giging around ‘local’ festivals all over Canada from Vancouver Island Music Fest – Courtenay, BC / Pigeon Lake Music Festival (brand new this year!)/  Mulhurst Bay, AB / Live From the Rock – Red Rock, ON / Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Fest – Salmon Arm, BC


Upcoming gigs in the UK and Scotland

Maria will be performing  with Shannon Johnson! At most gigs !
27 Sept  Kirkham, near Preston, Lancashire Willows Folk Club
29 Sept  Stonehaven -Stonehaven Folk Club
30 Sept  Kirriemuir, Angus Bank Street Gallery   
5 Oct     Denholm, Hawick  Denholm Folk Club    

9 Oct     Stirling Stirling Folk
10 Oct  Hamilton, Quarters Acoustic Music Club
11 Oct   Irvine    Irvine Folk Club
12 Oct   York       Black Swan Folk Club
17 Oct   Glasgow Live At The Star             
18 Oct   Edinburgh Edinburgh Folk Club
19 Oct  Kircaldy   Kirkcaldy Acoustic Music Club 
From Where I Stand (1998)

For  A Song (2002) – Juno award nominee
We Were Good People (2004)
The Peddler (2008)
Piece By Piece (2013)
Gathering (2016) 2017 Juno Award – Traditional Roots Album of the Year)


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