About Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith is a KERRVILLE NEW FOLK WINNER for his songwriting and a “WORLD CLASS” tap style instrumentalist and his live show combines these talents. He has been playing folk clubs, festivals and house concerts in Canada, the USA and Europe to enthusiastic audiences. Andrew has shared the stage with Bruce Cockburn, Ruthie Foster, Gordie Sampson, Martyn Joseph and David Wilcox. Andrew played at the INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL in Dresden Germany (to rave reviews). The festival featured a dozen great guitar players from around the world. He also travelled to Africa with a film crew – commissioned to write and record a tap style instrumental piece for the documentary film ‘An Orphan’s Dream’. Smith also performs with his son in a folk duo. View site here. When Andrew is not playing music he works as a producer out of his studio in Kelowna, BC. He was recently awarded PRODUCER OF THE YEAR in the Okanagan, and recorded award-winning folk artist Jane Eamon’s ‘a different place’ and ‘deep water’ CDs. Father-son Duo website: http://andrewandzacharismith.com
Posts by Andrew Smith
Artists and Activists met together at Bottega Farm Inn on Fri Mar 2 as part 1 of the Lille Gard Discussion Series. The idea was simply to bring together people from the Okanagan who want to change the world; who want to share ideas and experiences, and discover creative ways to advance justice causes. The people that gathered were from [...]Continue Reading
Rik Leaf is one of Canada’s leading cultural innovators and an authoritative voice on creativity and innovation. He is an author, poet, singer-songwriter, and experienced risk-taker. As a professional performer, producer, recording artist and author, Rik has spent over 15 years working in a highly competitive industry that has been in a constant state of upheaval. For [...]Continue Reading
In the wonderful novel by celebrated author Chaim Potok, ‘The Gift of Asher Lev’, the great painter Asher Lev is being addressed by his mentor, the world famous sculptor Jacob Kahn. Jacob Kahn, on his deathbed, is explaining to Asher Lev why he accepted Asher as his student many years before: “Oh do not think [...]Continue Reading
Although I’m a musician and songwriter by trade, I am MOST inspired by other art forms and disciplines – especially visual art and dance. I have been a fan of Alex Fong ever since I went to his show at a downtown gallery about 2 years ago. And so I was excited to get his thoughts on [...]Continue Reading
Lille Gard Festival June 28 – 30th 2013
June 28 2013
Tribehouse Artist Collective is proud to be hosting our 4th Lille Gard…
- lunette de vue ray ban: I cannot thank you enough for the blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Really...
- Janice Clark: The longing for personal connection in community yet the fear of vulnerability is what keeps us from...
- Mary Anne Bale: thank you…it is beautiful..listening to it here in Africa.
Jimmy Balfour is a native of Kelowna BC who is arguably one of the most creative musicians in the Okanagan Valley. His latest CD is passionate and raw, full of imagery and artistry and is perhaps made even more…
These Fighting Times – Interview with Corey Doak
We caught up with award winning singer/songwriter Corey Doak and asked him to fill us in on his latest CD project entitled “These fighting times”.
TribeHouse (TH): Can you describe…