NEW release HE GAVE ME A BLUE NIGHTGOWN hits NUMBER ONE on BB King's Bluesville on Siriusxm Radio. #1 on Roots Music Report, #1 on LURADIO, in the TOP Ten on Smokestack Lightning, #3 in Canada on the Roots/Blues charts and playing worldwide on roots and blues stations.
TORMENTED DIRTY JOYFUL SEXY and SAD
HIT NUMBER ONE on the GLOBAL BLUES CHARTS on AIRPLAYDIRECT & WINNER of the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards Voters Choice Best Blues Song of 2011
Sunday is from the wilds of a northern Ontario small town, but she has been found singing everywhere from small logging and mining towns at coffee houses, funeral parlours, and blues joints and all the way to large festivals, house concerts and bars in bustling metropolises.
She is a powerful and intense vocalist, a rare voice that speaks from the primal soul. Sunday is a songwriter who explores the subjects of grief, addiction, love and the torment of social and family dysfunction. Her lyrics and delivery make it abundantly clear that she speaks from experience and authority.
She has won jazz and blues awards for her original compositions on garageband, and has been ranked as high as number #7 on the Roots Music Report for the top 50 Blues Albums, #3 for Blues Albums on THEEX, #15 for Roots & Blues on the EARSHOT national charts, #1 Blues Album on CKUW.
She has received her Fifth Ontario Arts Council Award for her work in songwriting and recording and awarded a Canada Council for the Arts Grant. Music from her latest release plays worldwide on many blues and roots stations. One of her songs "THAT man Drives me Mad" WON voters choice for the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards for Best Blues Song of 2011.
She has played with such great performers Ronnie Hayward, Nick Moss and the Flipflops, Fathead, Terry Wilkins (Roughtrade), Little Miss Higgins, David West, to name a few.
Her influences come from a array of sources such as the wilderness, Ruth Brown, pain, suffering, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, grief, heartbreak, Bessie Smith, Big Bill Broonzy, mixed in with love, joy, Tom Waits, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald.
She continues to create, explore, interpret and innovate, melding divergent styles and influences, pushing the envelope of her craft further. All the while enthralling audiences with her live performances and singular style.
BRAND NEW RELEASE 2012 - "He gave me a blue nightgown"
This selection of 13 songs, cover an array of the blues, some slow dirty, some slow sad, country blues, acapala blues and gospel blues.
“Down the Road Alone” the first track in the selection of songs, a slow blues tune capturing the remote sadness of living in the north. “Shaken down” the story of a woman deceived by a lover, a fast rolling rockin’ blues number. “There was a time” in a 50’s flavored city blues style where a woman is moving on from what she thought was real love, but it wasn’t. “I guess I didn’t hear you right” revisits a much requested song from her second release “Broken string of Pearls”. Within the selection a love song stands out in the mix “No matter how far” with a delicate vocal that speaks to a long distance love.
With this album, Sunday shares her distinct vocals and emotionally charged lyrics with other seasoned professional musicians to join in to create moving pieces with this new album. David west, international guitarist, plays instinctively on every piece, subtley colouring with riffs gleaned from his world knowledge of music between vocals on his custom double sided guitar. Humber graduate and seasoned upright jazz player, Rory Slater also joins in adding solid jazz flair to the music. The main trio of Sunday, Rory and David play on most of the songs, with guest musicians lending their own creativity on others.
Guest musicians include, Sunday’s son Dawson Paulson who plays percussion drum brushes on a vintage metal mailbox, adding a touch of authentic reverb . Virgil Denmark added in interesting violin pieces giving it an eerie and often classical flair and Janice Matichuk on accordion.
Rennie Frattura aka Reno Jack producing along with Tom Shapiro, sound tech from the now defunct Maple Leaf Gardens, engineering captured this unique exploration of the blues that Sunday wilde brought to the table. This project was recorded at a remote hunting and fishing lodge in the wilderness of northern Ontario on the banks of Banning Lake, at Branch’s Seine River Lodge.
All songs arranged and written by Sunday wilde with exception of Bessie Smith’s “Blue Spirit Blues” with Sunday’s signature acapala style using a tin drum and cue ball for effect as well as the classic “Amazing Grace” rearranged into a blues structure.
What man!??? oh THAT man!!! INDIE Release 2011
NOW ON CDBABY - http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/sundaywilde2
Sunday wilde’s third album “What Man?! Oh THAT man !!! launched out of the wilds of northern Ontario. All but one of the tunes are original blues and jazz that cover a range of heartfelt emotions such as grief, anger, torment, sadness, frustration and many other side effects of love and grief.
The album features Rockabilly Hall of famer and crazy jazz cat Ronnie Hayward (Ronnie Artur, Ronnie Hayward Trio, The Nervous Fellas) on gut stringed upright bass. Ronnie’s superb edgy feel on bass gives the entire album an authentic rooted sound. Equally unique in his addition is David West, internationally renowned guitarist that has been featured on Rez Blues TV and tours worldwide with the Papa Duke Band (Ukraine) David plays a custom double sided guitar and is Ecuadorian, and his musical intricacies on a variety of guitars throughout this album add a modern, international and old world sound.
The album kicks off with a forceful dirty honky tonk blues “That man drives me mad” A song that all of us can relate to when we are in love, as love tends to drive us mad now and then. Sunday sings, moans and sighs that love madness that we have all felt.
“Sunday’s midnight blues“, a slow jazz blues tune - no matter what walk of life or circumstance we exist in, no one in the world is immune to the midnight blues. “My Baby’s Dead” a crazy gypsy blues tune about a woman’s nightmare after losing her baby is angst ridden and full of power. The final track on the cd “Time To Say goodbye” a hauntingly sad blues tune, about that time in one’s life, as we all have, to move on, and in order to that we have to say goodbye in our hearts.
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