CD RELEASE SHOW – Take My Hand

April 28, 2014

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Grady Kelneck - Take My HandThurs, May 29th

The Cameron House (back room)

8pm doors, 9pm show

Grady Kelneck w/ Raven Shields

Please join me for the release of my album, Take My Hand – a lot of love, support, and hard work went into creating this album and I’m excited to share it with you over one magical night.  I’ll be joined by an amazing band of players and friends – Aaron Comeau, Pat Phillips, Kevin Neal + guests.

For a preview of the new album, visit:  www.gradykelneck.com/music/

Thank you to Folk Words’ Tom Franks and The Spill Magazine’s Andre Skinner – glad you like what you hear:

www.folkwords.com/latestreviews_89543.html

http://spillmagazine.com/album_reviews.html#Grady_Kelneck

Raven Shields will be opening the night and needs no introduction.   Her voice stunning, lyrics wise, and music divine.  It’s such an honour to have her on the bill:

http://ravenshields.bandcamp.com/

Thank you to the lovely team of people who made this album a reality:

  • To all of you who supported the fundraising campaign – THANK YOU!
  • Aaron Comeau took the bull by horns with this project and made it what it is.  Aaron produced the album, played a large assortment of instruments, provided additional engineering, and mixed the album
  • Pat Phillips played drums and percussion
  • Alastair Whitehead played upright bass
  • Tim Bovaconti played resonator guitar and provided additional engineering
  • Kevin Neal played pedal steel
  • Ivy Mairi sang background vocals
  • Raven Shields designed the album, and sang background vocals
  • Courtney Morandin, Keely Morandin, Casey Kelneck, and Aaron Comeau sang background vocals on ‘Your Darkest Hour’
  • John Dinsmore engineered the album at his Lincoln County Social Club
  • Reuben Ghose of Mojito Mastering mastered the album
  • Staci Patten of Accurate Audio manufactured the album
  • Emma-Lee of emma-leephotography.com did the cover photo
  • Caitlin Hill edited the inside photo
  • Pat Nielsen did the cd photo
  • Steve Eaton and Jack Senett provided priceless direction