"Songs About Paddling and All Things Outdoors"

Concert by Jerry Vandiver & Anne Lindsay
Saturday, February 22, 2020
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35th Wilderness & Canoe Symposium www.wcsymposium.com 21-22 February, 2020 York University Toronto This annual symposium is a mid-winter gathering of kindred spirits in search of knowledge and a sense of place. Its purpose is to educate and remind us of how sacred, fragile, and endangered the remaining natural wilderness areas are, and to celebrate wilderness experiences in our northern Canadian habitat. Each speaker offers a unique perspective on far-ranging topics that include subjects such as ecology, First Nations, guiding, history, unique trips, conservation, etc.

VANDIVER, JERRY – Since making the move from Kansas City to Nashville, Jerry has seen his songs recorded by such artists as Tim McGraw, Phil Vassar, Lonestar, Barbara Mandrell, Lee Greenwood and The Oak Ridge Boys to name a few. He scored a Top 5 single on Gene Watson's Don't Waste It On The Blues, a Top 20 on Wild Rose's Go Down Swingin' and #2 on Tim McGraw's For A Little While. Thanks to these artists, Jerry has songs on over 15 million records, two of which are hanging on the walls of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Jerry can be heard regularly at Nashville's Bluebird Cafe, The Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame's Songwriter Series and NSAI's Tin Pan South. He is also a regular presenter/speaker at NSAI's Spring Training, Songposium and Song Camps as well as their Thursday night workshops.

Award-winning Toronto fiddler/violinist/vocalist ANNE LINDSAY is master of a wealth of diverse styles and blessed with a free spirit for improvisation. She has released four CDs of her innovative, yet down to earth compositions and in addition has played on a gazillion recordings and performed in every shape and colour you could imagine - the Arctic to Maple Leafs games, Led Zeppelin, Blue Rodeo and James Taylor.

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