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A Conversation With The Salt Cellars



Douglas McLean chats with The Salt Cellars about their approach to songwriting for his latest Sound Cafe Podcast, 'Backstage'.


You can listen to the entire interview and music HERE



The Salt Cellars come from the south side of Algonquin Park Ontario, Canada. Like a scene from 'Northern Exposure', these eclectic artists found each other in an area filled with like-minded individuals.

Virginia deCarle and Rob Bersan are the singer/songwriter foundation and in 2016, they formed the duo, 'The Salt Cellars'.

Together, they began to write songs and perform in the Wilno and Bancroft areas, getting great feedback from audiences who attended their shows. People loved the tight harmonies and skilled musicianship.

In 2017, Ron Kapitain, consummate harmonica, accordion & keyboard player from the Maynooth area, joined the band.

In late 2017, the trio met Anax Junius Music Studio producer, Richard Joudrey (Blue Peter/Rational Youth). Impressed by their originality, he was excited to begin production of their first CD entitled, 'Truth'. The band has now grown to include Rick Joudrey on bass, Anne Wilde on backing vocals and Brendon Burgess on percussion and drums.


FEATURED SONGS:

You Don't Know Me

100 Acres

The Mountain

Reap What You've Sown

Favourite Lake

Silence


You can listen to the entire interview and music HERE




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