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2 of Hearts

by Campbell + Green

Three song EP of Folk pop singer-songwriter tunes including one with a hint of Feist, a quirky tune a la Randy Newman and something a little country.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Big Hearts & Small Towns
4:11 $0.99
2. Troubles to the Grave
3:44 $0.99
3. Wanna Be Your Girl
2:54 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“They don’t try to sound like kids in their music though; no hip-hop or electro beats, instead they do what they love, which is a warm folk and pop sound, heavy on the melodies, harmonies and easy-on-the-ear playing.” – Bob Merserau, CBC ‘East Coast Music’

Soon to make a return tour to of Germany plus the UK, Campbell + Green is a duo of talented musicians whose vocal harmonies and honesty captivate audiences with their warm and relaxed on-stage presence. Their thoughtful songwriting of a contemporary folk/pop style with a touch of traditional blues, country and light rock, range from happy to powerful to poignant.

Their recent album, “When One Door Closes”, spans the deep roots of life experience these two share, with moments that most of us can relate to in our own busy lives. Not your average duo, this couple is going against the odds in the music industry, forging paths traditionally paved for young up-and-coming stars. Both 50 something, they have taken on the world, made the leap, and are following their passion and love of music.

Campbell + Green call Nova Scotia home and live in the Halifax area. Both writer and co-write music and lyrics solo, together and with other writers. Cailin enjoys painting and Robert also plays keyboards with various artists in Atlantic Canada

Discography

When One Door Closes – April 2015

East – June 2013

Roca: Alright – 2010

Roca: Christmas – 2005

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Robert Campbell vocals/piano/keyboard
Robert hails from Edmonton, Alberta, where he discovered piano and organ at a very young age. In his early professional days, he has had the pleasure of touring with a number of first rate country musicians such as Rocky Swanson, Patricia Conroy, Susan Jacks, Buddy Knox, and Rick Tippe. In later years, Robert played in the Vancouver area doing pop, blues, R&B and country with other artists and as a solo act. In recent years, he has really come into his own, writing and performing with his wife and partner, Cailin Green. He also performs & records country & blues with East Coast artists such as John Campbelljohn, Kevin Davison, Nathalie Ladouceur Andrew Frelick, et al.

Cailin Green vocals/guitar
Born in New Brunswick, Cailin has lived in several places across Canada while growing up and began her singing career at an early age in Montreal. Originally trained in choral groups, she went on to study voice with various teachers over the years, experimenting with different genres and performances. Cailin has appeared in numerous musical theatre productions, choral works, concerts, and music reviews, both solo and with bands. She has also studied guitar, piano and percussion, acts and dances, and has directed and produced several musical productions and plays for community theatre.
In more recent years, Cailin has turned her attention to songwriting and performing with her husband and partner, Robert Campbell, as well as producing fine art which can be viewed at www cailingreen dot com

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