Via Rail and Guinness Book of World Records!


_Melanie Peterson_

I’m back! Earlier this month I jumped on Via Rail and headed to the East Coast! I played my songs on the train, made many new friends and fans, stayed a couple days in St. John where I wrote a new song, then came back completely sold out of CD’s. Quite a successful and fun adventure.  17240662_10158342073055335_8396787109977443964_o

My semi-acoustic single “Sunshine” has been getting much radio play on the BBC and spins from a show called Folkal Point in Glasgow, not to mention many spins  on local Canadian folk-radio stations. Glad to be getting Sunshine out there!


Tues March 28th! I am excited to be playing with Martin Obern on bass as part of the Epidemic Music Group’s 16 day 24 hour a day official attempt at The Guinness Book of World Records for the longest concert ever. I’ll be helping out by performing a 55 minute concert on Tuesday March 28th at 10pm at The Earl of Whitechurch Pub in Stouffville. Hope you can come check us out.  Only $5.00 at the door and all proceeds go to charity.

I’ve been writing up a storm and have more than enough material now for a new album.  Will be demoing a few of the songs this month and sitting down with producer Mitch Girio to come up with a plan for the new album. Before that comes though, I have an side project I did with Plume Moth Orchestra to share with you and also some remixes of tunes from Unbreakable and Anywhere From Here to pass on to you.

Thanks for being a friend and a fan!

Hugs a mushy stuff,

Melanie Peterson