Toronto musician, Andy Stochansky, can cross another item off his list as he's finished his fourth long-player, and the record is due to make its way across the country next Tuesday, March 29th with a little help fro MapleMusic. The follow-up to Stochansky's 2002 record "Five Star Motel", the 12-track effort has been given the title "100".
Right up there when it comes to Canadian singer/songwriters, it appears Stochansky hasn't lost fascination with music after so many years in the biz. On his online journal at www.andystochansky.com, the singer offered these sentiments about "100":
"Holding this CD I can't help but think in anticipation who will listen to it? Who will be moved by it?...Will it sell? No, I don' think it will sell millions I'm too smart about record company problems to know better but this is from me to you right now and today÷good or bad÷I don't know how to make anything better than this."
Yesterday (March 24th) Stochansky was in Montreal in support of his new album, and he'll continue to tour behind "100". The musician will play a few shows in the States, but after he gets to Toronto on April 9th, it's all Canada from there. Stochansky will head westwards, eventually ending up in Victoria on April 19th.
The track-listing of "100" is:
"All The Things You Are"
"One Man Symphony"
"House of Gold"
Andy Stochansky's upcoming dates:
March 16 Ottawa, ON - Zaphod Beeblebrox
April 9 Toronto, ON - The Mod Club
April 12 Thunder Bay, ON - The Apollo
April 13 Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
April 14 Regina, SK - The State
April 15 Edmonton, AB - The Sidetrack
April 16 Calgary, AB - Ironwood
April 18 Vancouver, BC - The Media Club (early show)
April 19 Victoria, BC - The Central
Writer: Jaclyn Arndt