We really are all about the music and the people that make it on Folk Roots Radio. We’re giving over the whole of Episode 427 to an interview with Toronto based singer-songwriter Suzanne Jarvie who released her second album “In The Clear” earlier this year. In The Clear is a fabulous recording, and, as far as I’m concerned, the best album of 2019 so far. It’s great interview – so good that I decided it would be a perfect way to kick off a new feature on the radio version of Folk Roots Radio, we’re calling… In Conversation. Check out the full playlist below.
Suzanne Jarvie started writing songs for her critically acclaimed debut, 2014’s “Spiral Road”, while sitting with her son in hospital, as he recovered from a devastating fall down a spiral staircase. Her new album, “In The Clear”, explores the wider impact of that accident on her family. The new recording, produced once again by Chris Brown at the Old Post Office on Wolfe Island ON, is a gorgeous slice of Americana songwriting – great songs with a lovely western feel, beautifully played by a fine supporting cast, and a crystal clear voice that comes over like Emmylou Harris in her prime. “In The Clear” is another winner – a fabulous recording , and, as far as I’m concerned, the best album of 2019 so far. We caught up with Suzanne Jarvie in Toronto to chat about the new album. Learn more about the music of Suzanne Jarvie at suzannejarvie.com. Music: Suzanne Jarvie “Headless Rider”, “Point Blank”, “In The Clear” and “One It Finds” from “In The Clear” (2019, Wolfe Island Records) CDN