EP 280 | Jeremy Dutcher and Susan Tedeschi

Jeremy Dutcher has the smarts., look, feel and sound of a star in the making.
The Polaris Prize and Juno Award Winner has released his first album in 5 years.
Motewolonywok is out now.
Jeremy just finished a tour through the West.  He’s now headed to a  Nov 8 date at Nat Arts Center in Ottawa and Dec 9 at Massey Hall.
The new album marks the first time Jeremy has written and sung in English.
We talk about his creative process and translating indigenous stories into poetry and lyrics.
His voice is pure and as he says in the interview “my life is an open book

Oct 14 – Susan Tedeschi (Tedeschi Trucks Band) Celebrates the 25th year of her second solo album Just Won’t Burn. (1998)

It kickstarted her career as a female blues singer/player/writer and sold outstanding numbers.  Susan was nominated for a Grammy for Best New Artist. Rave reviews followed – comparing her to Janis Joplin and Bonnie Raitt.

Speaking of Bonnie, Susan absolutely nails John Prine’s Angel from Montgomery which Bonnie made famous. John told Susan it was his favourite version.

Shortly after releasing Just Won’t Burn, Susan was to meet and fall in love with Derek Trucks and the rest is music history.

The new re-release also has outtakes, alternate takes and two of her songs re-done live in New York by Tedeschi Trucks.


Along with Dave Grohl, Gloria and Emilio Estevan,  Susan was  honoured by The Smithsonian Institute for  “distinguished contributions to the advancement of areas of interest to the institution”