Cam Penner | Felt Like a Sunday Night

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Felt Like a Sunday Night

by Cam Penner

Americana/folk/rock n' roll
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Rye Whiskey
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2. I've Got You
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3. Tried N' True
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4. Eight Days
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5. October
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6. No Stars in the City
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7. Manitoba
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8. Be Kind
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9. Downtown
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10. In a Dusty Room
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11. Walk On
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12. Lonesome As Me
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13. Last Train Home
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Album Notes
Cam Penner hails from a mennonite community in Southern Manitoba, where his parents, the town rebels ran an illegal roadhouse and his grandfather, a bootlegger, delivered his goods to the rural community bringing much needed remedy. Growing up in small towns in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Penner found an appreciation for common people’s stories. He left at nineteen for Chicago where he ran a soup kitchen and worked at a women shelter. These experiences ignited a passion for social justice and after moving back to Canada, Cam continued working with the homeless for the next thirteen years.

Penner has described his philosophical outlook and songwriting muse: "Sometimes I feel the thousands of souls I've listened to are people living inside of me, telling their tales." Agreed. When listening to Penners songs you can hear the struggle, the hope, the yearning to be better. "I've never really written topical songs, I usually write about the
emotional struggle, the pull between what's right and wrong."

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