Episodes 9This season features guest performances from Jordan John, Reeny Smith, Matt Andersen, Elise Legrow, Colin James, Johnny Reid, and Divine Brown.
Episode 1 - Jordan John
Sunnyvale Shoals is back! Jordan John is here, the future of Canadian R&B and soul, bringing his multi-musical talents to the fore with the Sunnyvale Shoals band. Clear the floor and get ready to do a little bit of dancin’!
Episode 2 - Reeny Smith
Reeny Smith, North Preston choir girl and award-winning R&B legend, is joined now by her sister Mahalia, cousin Talia, the Hallelujah Praise Choir, and of course the Sunnyvale Shoals band!
Episode 3 - Matt Andersen
Here’s Nova Scotia’s own Matt Andersen in a very special performance: a guitar, a table with friends, and our old friend the blues. With Mike Smith on guitar joining the Sunnyvale Shoals band.
Episode 4 - Elise LeGrow
Parkdale-born singer-songwriter Elise LeGrow is back with her silky soulful take on the blues, accompanied by Jordan John, the Sunnyvale Shoals band, and a special guest sitting in: producer and songwriter David Tyson.
Episode 5 - Colin James
Rock and swing and blues, oh my! We’ve got Colin James with the Sunnyvale Shoals band, featuring music from his album Blue Highways, nominated in 2017 for Blues album of the year.
Episode 6 - Reeny Smith
Did you say you want more Reeny Smith? Here’s more Reeny Smith, accompanied by the Sunnyvale Shoals band with Prakash John on bass.
Episode 7 - Johnny Reid
From Scotland by way of Canada and Nashville here’s some soul of country from Johnny Reid, with the Sunnyvale Shoals band and the Mellotone Horn section dropping in.
Episode 8 - Divine Brown
Once known as Divine Earth Essence, now Divine Brown, Divine all the same, Sunnyvale Shoals welcomes back the reigning queen of soul!
Episode 9 - Jordan John
We can’t get enough of Jordan John! Here he is with Reeny Smith and a whole bunch of other musicians we’ve had here on Sunnyvale Shoals. Ready for a party? You got yourself a party. All proceeds from Sunnyvale Shoals go to We Charity, We Day, and breast cancer research at Cancer.ca.