Christine Campbell has a new album, Roller Coaster, out April 2017. She is touring her new release from the Maritimes to Ontario with wing-man Blake Johnston.
Roller Coaster is a representation of Christine Campbell’s diverse influences—from hard rock and 70’s rock to roots and blues. Christine has attracted top-calibre artists like Jeff Burrows of The Tea Party to add their musical talent to the songs. And Classified’s co-writing and co-production pumps up the radio-ready element. Roller Coaster offers a narrative of a small town Prince Edward Island girl who has become a powerful performer, known for her mastery of guitar, piano and rock vocals. “I’m married to music.,” says Christine Campbell. “It is my life.”
As a musician dedicated to her craft, Christine’s live shows offer a unique mix of old and new original songs in each performance, as well as a bonus cover or two from her rock heroes and with jams and solos. Whether playing intimate acoustic shows with her wingman, Blake Johnston (formerly of The Stogies), or rockin’ out, fully electric with her five-piece band, Christine’s live performances always attract loyal fans.
Since her first self-titled solo project in 2013, Christine has gained a devoted following, with the attention earning her opening spots for Bob Seger, Steve Earle, Foreigner’s Lou Gramm, and Jann Arden.
After a successful Indiegogo campaign in 2016, she was able to gather the resources necessary to produce this album.
See Christine’s new show as she tours the new recording from Nova Scotia to Ontario with wingman, Blake Johnston. Catch her performance on June 23 at Trailside Café, Mount Stewart. www.christinecampbellmusic.com