Dawn Tyler Watson launches new album MAD LOVE on April 11th

“Watson, in a nutshell, smokes. She has a kit bag full of smooth moves, and a personality that lifts off the page.” “One of Canada’s true Blues treasures” 

Blues Review Magazine

(Montreal) One of the greatest voices in contemporary blues Dawn Tyler Watson will be presenting her new album MAD LOVE with a launch-concert at Le Petit Campus, Thursday, April 11th at 8pm. The world-class singer-songwriter will be at her best as she performs 12 new songs backed by the power-house, horn-driven Ben Racine Band.

For this 5th album, her 2nd with the band, Watson dug deep. Her songs are more introspective than ever, inspired by a tumultuous past few years yielding ever-growing success as an artist,coupled with her own personal heartbreak.

Since having been crowned the winner of the 33rd International Blues Challenge in 2017 in Memphis, TN (the first Canadian ever and only the second female artist to do so), the multi-national and internationally decorated performer has been busy touring Canada, the US & abroad and has upcoming dates in France, Brazil, and Sweden as well.

Working with guitarist and arranger Ben Racine and Maple Blues Award nominated producer Frankie Thiffault, the team accessed a variety of styles within the Blues genre that reflect Watson’s rich creative palette. Featuring tracks with Canadian Blues elite guests Steve Marriner (Monkyjunk) and Steve Hill, MAD LOVE is her most accomplished work so far.

This newest collection of songs is now ready to be unleashed on a record that’s full of Soul infused Rhythm & Blues, with a title that conjures the good, the bad and the ugly of love.

MAD LOVE the album drops April 11th at Le Petit Campus 8pm

(57, rue Prince-Arthur, Montréal)

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