Susie McGregor is a natural performer who has been captivating audiences for many years, with her warm personality and emotional performances. She is also a dedicated business woman wearing a vast collection of hats, including singer/songwriter, teacher, director, producer, mentor, community activist, and most important the “mom” hat.
Susie has been writing songs all her life, she has been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to write with and learn from many very accomplished writers.
She enjoys putting on songwriting workshops, and retreats. The Great Canadian Song Race was one of Susie’s favorite events (she created and produced) and is working on the plans for the next Race.
Anela Kahiamoe, originally from Hawaii, is a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who performs regularly around the Comox Valley. His styles include jazz, rock, country, blues and reggae with a Hawaiian flavour. Anela has been a professional musician since the age of 17, and has appeared at Vancouver Island Musicfest as both a solo artist and with Sue Medley and the Backroad Band. His latest CD, entitled “Through the Years” is a solo compilation of songs recorded over the past twenty years. Anela’s music brings a tropical feel-good vibe, so sit back, relax hang loose and enjoy the ride.
Throughout her musical career, songwriting has been an integral a part of Patricia’s success. From her debut album Blue Angel where she wrote many of the tracks, it became apparent songwriting was in her blood. Crafting hits like “Direction of Love”, “Keep Me Rockin”, “Bad Day for Trains”, “I Don’t Wanna Be the One”, and many more.
Singer, songwriter and entertainer Joey Clarkson crossed the ocean to follow her heart and make her dreams come true. The Canadian songstress found love and a new place for her music to flourish across the pond, relocating to London, UK.