Erin Costelo will spend 10 days in January 2018 in rural Nova Scotia producing her 5th studio album, and is asking for help to fund the album and accompanying documentary film. Joining Erin to document the creative process and to translate it into a documentary film, is JUNO-award winner Amelia Curran.
Erin has challenged herself to create this record in 10 days and has assembled a cracking band including Blue Rodeo’s drummer Glenn Milchem, longtime collaborator Clive MacNutt on guitar, Anna Ruddick on upright and electric bass (Randy Bachmann, Ben Caplan, Ladies of the Canyon), Leith Fleming-Smith (Matt Mays) on organ, Andrew McKelvie (sax) and Andrew Jackson (trombone), plus the Blue Engine String Quartet, to work with her on this project.
Erin, Amelia, and the crew will be sharing the journey as it unfolds via social media, email updates to supporters, and videos. They are asking for your help to raise the remaining $25,000 required for the project. To donate: www.igg.me/at/ErinandAmelia