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Kim Dunn

Kim Dunn on SEA AND BE SCENE and HEARD 2021

Broadcast Date – August 4, 2021

You sure have picked the perfect day to tune in as we’re connecting with an extraordinary artist.  A multi-award-winning musician with over 30 years in the industry.  His skills on the keys have earned him countless album credits and secured stage-right spots with the likes of Rita MacNeil, Bruce Guthro, Jimmy Rankin, Matt Anderson, Meaghan Smith, Dave Gunning and many, many more.  No surprise then that he was the inaugural recipient of the industry-selected MUSICIAN SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT EAST COAST MUSIC AWARD… his playing is simply spectacular! Then again, so is his singing and songwriting. So we’ll talk about all that and so much more – including his incredibly talented family and their forthcoming collaboration.  Will learn of his affinity for the late great Laura Smith and how he contributed to her last and lovely collection of tunes. Plus we’ll get to First Things First, play a fun round of INsights IN 10 and spin as much of his marvellous music as we can within the hour.  So with all that ahead we best get to it – here’s my telephone conversation with the one and only Kim Dunn.

Find Kim Dunn online via his website Follow him Instagram, Twitter and Facebook too

We’ll keep you posted on the release of MAMA’S KITCHEN and the forthcoming Thanksgiving weekend release concert on Cape Breton Island… so stay tuned

We played some of Kim’s amazing tunes on the show today to get a copy for yourself from iTunes just click on the title – “Life’s Looking Back,” “Letting Go” and “Nothing Left To Lose”

We played “As Long As I’m Dreaming” by Laura Smith just one of the many beautiful songs in her last incredible collection.  To get that song and more click here.

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Stephanie Beaumont

Storyteller/Creative Director/Producer/Host/Writer/Marketer/Designer/Dreamer/Coffee Lover/Movie Maniac/Red Sox Fan

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