The East Pointers at Lee's Palace
JUNO Award winners The East Pointers stopped by Lee's Palace in Toronto to promote their third album, Yours To Break. Foot stomping, knee slapping and hand clapping are all acceptable forms of movement as they perform. I believe even hootin' and hollerin' are desirable reactions. But, if you find yourself standing there, unmoved, may I suggest you ask the person next to you to check you for a pulse.
Otherwise, the lead single on The East Pointers latest album is about offering a light to those that need one. Some people experience very dark times. Koady Chaisson (banjo/tenor guitar/moog) was diagnosed with bipolar disorder five years ago. He had experienced many extreme highs and extreme lows. Wintergreen was actually a song he wished he had of heard back then. It represents "a vote of confidence from the perspective of someone who loves you regardless of which end of that spectrum you’re at."
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