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Sev’s Cellar – Meg Tennant

theBorderline 23 June 2022 934 127 4

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Meg Tennant’s love of song was awakened early. Her childhood home in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario was filled with music, and after the obligatory piano-lesson foundation, she acquired her first guitar at age sixteen. The songwriting began in earnest then, and within two years she was frequenting the open mic stages in Toronto, while living in a home-made houseboat on the Island.

A subsequent move to B.C. opened a new chapter in her life. While reveling in new motherhood, she performed at festivals and showcases and provided backing vocals for other singers’ projects. In 2001 she released “Driving With You,” her first album of originals’ and in 2007 followed up with the collaborative collection, “The Sweetest Day,” with AUGUST.

Returning to Toronto in 2010, Meg’s sweet vocals and soulful lyrics continued to charm audiences. Her long-awaited second solo CD, “Echoed Light,” which Meg co-produced with Toronto roots rock songwriter Mark Ripp, was released in the Spring of 2019. “Echoed Light” was included in Roots Music Canada’s list of eleven favourite new discoveries of 2019.

After 10 plus years in Toronto, Meg has moved back across the country to the west coast.


“SEV’S CELLAR” // with Sev Micron

A classically trained musician with a penchant for the punk music. Sev has played in numerous bands, on keyboards, drums and voice. Tulpa, with John Bottomley, holds a special place and so do the rock punkers, Throbbin’ Hoods. Sneaking up on 40 years of experience in a variety of mediums, Sev Micron engineers Muzicare Productions and has produced a good number of indie artists. Songwriting is another of Sev’s many and considerable talents.

And it wouldn’t be right to not mention that Sev loves animals, dogs especially (hi Bela), and that cooking is a forte! Peace and love are big fans, too.

“Folk music has always contained a concern for the human condition.”

mary travers

Meg Tennant

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