How goes life on the road so far this December?
It’s been great so far. Lucky to travel with such a good group of guys.
Last year you spoke about how it was a therapeutic process and there was a palpable sense of hope with your album, I Wanna Make it With You. As 2017 draws to a close, did that feeling of hope linger on or change?
Hope never dies – that current is my favourite part of “I wanna make it with you”. The new songs all have that hope as well, it’s something I can easily get behind.
I have always gotten your adventurous and open spirit in your previous shows whether it’s having a gospel choir up on stage with you, playing house concerts, or having dancers join you on stage, what can Arden Theatre audiences look forward to your live show this time around?
The show this year is harmony rich – there are some wide driving moments with the band with some acoustic moments laden with harmony.
Why is it important for you to include local musicians and support local music when you visit a community?
I think it is important to me to meet locals of all kinds. It has been an incredible experience meeting local musicians over the years.
Since it is getting close to the holidays, do you have any favourite tunes or traditions?
I’m not great with the holiday tunes, but I promise to be holiday social in the lobby after the show
Is there anything else you would like to mention that I’ve missed?
Thank you for the wonderful questions. Looking forward to the Arden and a nice pre-holiday visit with the great people in Edmonton/St Albert!
MBF performs at the Arden Theatre Friday, December 15, 2017 at 7:30 PM. See this link for ticket details.