You’ve heard a lot about The Woodshed we built in our offices (and if you haven’t you will.)

After all, it’s not every day that a new media start-up builds a shed in an office in downtown Toronto… let alone invites the Good Lovelies to launch a webcast from the shed stage!

So how did it happen? Here’s a look at the madness in our method – our Executive Producer Andy Frank’s short documentary on the building of the shed that we hope will help make music history.

Recorded music on the film is Stubbs Stomp by Paul Mills, which appears on Six Strings North of The Border on Borealis Records ©2005.

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3 comments

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    Promod Sharma | @mActuary 8 February, 2011 at 21:24

    That’s a fascinating video (especially the scene with the cat). I was wondering where the shed was going to be built. Using power tools detracts from the authenticity. At least I know another use for sawdust 🙂

  2. avatar
    dominic mancuso 1 May, 2011 at 14:36

    Hello, there just love the concept behind the Woodshed Sessions.
    Would love to participate in a session. Recently my CD ” Comfortably Mine ” won a JUNO for 2010 World Music Album of the year, and I was honored to be named by the CFMA’s their 2010 World Music Solo Artist of the Year.

    please visit my site if you aren’t familiar with my work, it truly is roots based and would love to come in and perform intimate and unplugged for you all.

    Keep up the great work!!!

    I’m a fan!

    Dominic Mancuso
    Richmond Hill-Ontario
    http://www.dominicmancuso.com
    416-518-4628

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