The Gordie Sampson Songcamp 2016

What an incredible year! We wrote over 40 songs in beautiful Ingonish with friends both new and old. Thank you to everyone who makes Songcamp possible year after year. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more photos and content from all things Songcamp!


Songcamp Spotlight of the Week: Jordan Musycsyn

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Jordan Musycsyn is a hard-working singer/songwriter, and a masterful storyteller writing songs about life and love with pathos and humour in a Folk-Country style. He sustains a busy touring schedule throughout Canada in support of his Music Nova Scotia award nominated debut album ‘The Pitch’. Drawing on his own life experiences he writes relatable songs of love, loss and the human condition. A dynamic performer, Jordan moves the audience from laughter to tears and back again.

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Songcamp Spotlight of the Week: Laurenn Marchand


Close your eyes and imagine being wrapped in the comfort of Feist and Joni Mitchell. Cape Breton artist, Laurenn Marchand is an Indie/Folk singer-songwriter that will make those feelings come to life and bring warmth to your soul.

Her debut EP, Ghosts in the Garden, offers an Indie/Folk approach to storytelling. Recorded in the picturesque Gaspereau Valley, it captures the life and honest energy of Marchand.

The release of Ghosts in the Garden will build upon past showcases including: Honey Jam (Toronto), Stan Rogers Folk Festival (NS), the Galaxie Young Performers Program (Winnipeg Folk Festival) and the RBC Breakout Stage as part of East Coast Music Week 2016 (NS).

Laurenn Marchand is ready to captivate audiences across the Maritimes and share her stories of love and life.

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