Interview - Reid Jamieson & Carolyn Victoria Mill discussing the new Reid Jamieson album "Me Daza"


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Vancouver based singer-songwriter Reid Jamieson has just released his latest album "Me Daza". 'Me Daza' is actually Cork Ireland slang for 'most excellent' or 'awesome', though strictly speaking it actually means 'I'm dying'. Dying because of brilliance, perhaps - because this recording really does feel like a special piece of work, and may be the best thing Reid Jamieson has done in his career so far. Recorded in Ireland with producer Kieran Kennedy, the new recording features eight fabulous new songs, all written with music and life partner Carolyn Victoria Mill alongside a great cover "Don’t Go Down", written by the late lamented Fergus O’Farrell with Glen Hansard. We caught up with Reid Jamieson and Carolyn Victoria Mill at home in Vancouver to learn more about the new album. Music: Reid Jamieson "Evergreen (Love Song For The Crone)", "Perfect Storm", "Don’t Go Down", "She (#repealthe8th)" and "Lullaby For The Lost" from "Me Daza" (2019, Self) Reid Jamieson and Carolyn Victoria Mill will be on tour in Ontario in early May with shows in Dundas (Shawn & Ed Brewing Co, May 2), Guelph (eBar, May 3) and Toronto (Rivoli, May 5). For more information and full tour dates, visit

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