Episode 455 of Folk Roots Radio features an interview with London Ontario based singer-songwriter Carly Thomas recorded especially for our video series, the Sun Parlour Coffee House Sessions. Carly plays two songs live from her latest album “Versions”, and also shares a new song with us in the studio. We also check out new music from Sarah Harmer, Twas Now, Winter Wilson, Sofia Talvik, Casey Johnson, James Gordon, VK and The Legends Of The Deep and Shari Ulrich. Check out the full playlist below.
Folk-pop singer-songwriter Carly Thomas was born in Thailand and raised in Argentina and France before returning to her family roots in London Ontario. Known as much for her powerful lyrics as her engaging live performance, Carly has played everywhere from street festivals in Paris to the folk circuit in Manhattan. Carly released “Versions”, an acoustic collection of original songs revisited, early in 2018. For more information about the music of Carly Thomas, visit carlythomas.com. Photo: Dale Butler.
You can check out more from the Sun Parlour Coffee House Sessions online at sunparloursessions.com and our Youtube channel at youtube.com/sunparloursessions. And special thanks to our video director, Gary Glass from Quantum Sound Productions for his wonderful work on this project. Thanks for all you do, Gary!
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Nicolas & The Iceni (Theme)
Lucy She Rises
Roll Right (2019, self)
Next To You
Flesh And Bone (2019, Self) CDN
Live & Unconventional (2019, Self)
Pharaohs And Friends
Paws Of A Bear (2019, Makaki Music)
Lion’s Gate (Live)
Into The Rain (Live)
Interview: Carly Thomas recorded live at the Sun Parlour Coffee House Sessions.
Montreal Train Song (Live)
In The Dying Days Of The Empire Of Oil
The Heritage Hall Sessions (2019, Borealis Records) CDN
VK and The Legends Of The Deep
What Tomorrow Will Bring
Charm (2019, 112 Records) CDN
Back To Shore (2019, Borealis Records) CDN