100th post comes with free album

...but you shouldn't really thank me, but Canadian singer-songwriter Share (not to be confused with Cher !).

His debut album, Ukelele Tragic, has been made available for free download (
here) to celebrate the release of his new album (his third already...) Pedestrian.
Andrew Sisk, the man behind Share, claims to be influenced by early
Leonard Cohen and the songs from the Harry Smith Anthology of American folk music. The ukelele plays a big part on his debut album, but on his second album, Can Can Missile, electronic instruments have joined it, and it's no real surprise that he chose for an organic sound base, building upon it with samples, synths and programmed beats.

Upcoming tour dates (Eastern Canadian tour) :

Feb. 21 Montreal, PQ Casa Del Popolo
Feb. 22 Wakefield, PQ Blacksheep Inn
Feb. 23 Ottawa, ON Cafe Dekcuf
Mar. 6 Picton, ON The Acoustic Bar and Grill
Mar. 7 Toronto, ON Tranzac (CMW)
Mar. 11 Hamilton, ON Casbah w/ Wax Mannequin
Mar. 14 London, ON Call the Office
Mar. 15 Guelph, ON Jimmy Jazz
Mar. 17 Peterborough, ON The Spill
Mar. 18 Kingston, ON Queen St United Church (Apple Crisp Series)
Mar. 19 Ottawa, ON Mavericks
Mar. 20 Montreal, PQ Barfly
Mar. 21 Fredericton, NB The Capital
Mar. 22 Halifax, NS The Seahorse

Already, you can enjoy these songs :

From his debut album :
From the new album :

You can buy the album Pedestrian here

1 comment:

Sven said...

Two more songs can be downloaded at


(got to bands, click on Share and click on the songs under media)

Enjoy !