Author: Scott Anthony Andrews

Mr. Steve Amirault…

I recently had the pleasure of being in the FMP Matrix studio with Scott Ferguson in Dartmouth, NS. Scott is a veritable who’s who of Maritime musicians…what a fantastic memory he has! I was amazed at the people he knows.

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From Glasgow Scotland to Scarth Street…

I had an awesome time performing some “Songs from Beginning Teachers,” which is my Arts-Based Educational Research contribution to the project about the growth of inclusive practices in beginning educators that I am involved in. I performed them as part

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Scott Anthony performs in downtown Vancouver!

I sang from my suite of songs, “Songs of Beginning Teachers” which is part of the ongoing research project “The Beginning Teachers’ Study”. What a lovely audience in downtown Vancouver at SFU Harbour Centre for the Artful Evening. Here are

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Songs that Provoke Curriculum

Looking forward to Provoking Curriculum, a conference sponsored by the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS), the University of Regina (UofR) Centre for Teaching and Learning and the UofR Faculty of Education.  As performative scholarship, I am presenting/ performing “Songs

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A Musical Theatre Writers’ Workshop

So looking forward to the Globe’s Musical Theatre Writers’ Workshop! …..Busy listening to musical and learning lyrics! Beauty and the Beast Cabaret Company Hair Hamilton Les Miserables Mama Mia N2N Oklahoma Pal Joey Rent Show Boat Sweeney Todd West Side Story

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A New Year’s Video and a Christmas Video!

Well friends…it is most certainly the Holiday Season… or perhaps, more accurately a Holiday Season. I have two things I would like to share with you: a new Lyric Video of “I Still Say Merry Christmas” and a new lyric

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#MyMusicalNumbers Music is all about numbers…numbers of spins, of plays, of streams, of tweets, of views, of concerts, of tours, of weeks on chart…of…… For me, numbers might make more sense if I think about all the wonderful people with

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Songs reaching across the Prairies

Saskatchewan is a large province filled with many talented songwriters. There are two groups of the Songwriters Association of Canada; one in Saskatoon and the other in Regina. As co-chairs we wanted to support some inter-city songwriting; so, we paired

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Songwriting 4 Nature

Local singer-songwriters extraordinaire, Glenn Sutter, Kara Golemba and Ryan Hicks coordinated an excellent Songwriting 4 Nature experience at Last Mountain Regional Park (LMRP) in Saskatchewan a few weeks back. It was wonderful to be surrounded by nature, to be surrounded

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My Prairie Dog/Planet S Music…

It was awesome to be featured in the March 2018 Mar. 29 – Apr. 11, 2018 Editions of Regina’s Prairie Dog and of Planet S Magazine from Saskatoon for the My Music column

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