Sue Rogers posted on June 15, 2017 08:04
WE'LL USE THE ABRIDGED VERSION FOR BUG NIGHT based on the lyrics sung by Raoul Roy (see video)!
'C'est l'aviron' - These ...
Sue Rogers posted on June 15, 2014 19:40
by Shelley Posen 2004 - singer songwriter extraordinaire from Toronto. He's one of the fabulous local trio here in Ottawa known as Finest Kind, al...
Sue Rogers posted on June 11, 2014 22:48
An award-winning and soulful song, "Opeongo Line" was written by BUG member Chris Taylor's sister, Karen Taylor. Mark and I had the hono...
Sue Rogers posted on June 10, 2014 16:57
"Down by the Henry Moore" is a single by Canadian artist Murray McLauchlan. Released in 1975, it was the fourth single from his album Sweepi...
Chris Hill posted on June 08, 2014 15:27
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE FIRST VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING!
By Stan Rogers. If there's a more Canadian song I don't know it.
Chris Hill posted on June 08, 2014 15:22
If you want to play along with the video in GCEA tuning, you'll need to tune down a semi-tone to Gb B Eb Ab.
"The Wreck of the Edmund Fitz...
Chris Hill posted on June 08, 2014 15:18
An acoustic gem from 5 Days in July. You can replicate the intro riff by mixing in the straight D with Dsus4 and Dsus2.
Note that original key (and...
Gordon Thomas posted on June 04, 2014 16:15
It goes like this: millions of records, a couple dozen hits, a Juno Award (Canada's Grammy) for Band of the Year and ongoing sold-out shows across...
Kevin O'Kelly posted on June 02, 2014 21:48
The song sheet is in the same key as the video, but it's been abridged for BUG.
This song is from Francey's 2004 Juno nominated album, The...
Mike Cox posted on June 02, 2014 07:37
You can play along with the video in GCEA tuning if you put your capo on the 5th fret!
"The Black Fly Song" is a song by Wade Hemsworth, ...
Gordon Thomas posted on June 01, 2014 15:21
"Summer of '69" is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Bryan Adams, from his fourth album, Reckless (1984). The song was writte...
Sue Rogers posted on June 01, 2014 12:39
Murray Edward McLauchlan (born June 30, 1948) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and harmonica player. Born in Paisley, Renfrewshir...
Sharon Baird posted on May 28, 2014 06:39
Paul Anka 1974
Gordon Thomas posted on May 25, 2014 22:13
***WORD document updated - SR June 10 2015***
~~~ChordPro Verson UPDATED June 11, 2015 CEL~~~
Sue Rogers posted on December 28, 2013 14:11
The song "Diana" brought Anka stardom in 1957 as it rocketed to #1 on the Canadian and U.S. music charts. "Diana" is one of the be...
Claude Lacelle posted on June 07, 2013 21:07
Written by David Francey
Here is a nice little Canadian dittie by David Francey, Long Long Road. Could not find any chord tabs for...
Sharon Baird posted on June 01, 2013 17:34
You can play along with the recording in GCEA tuning using the (A) songsheet and have some fun by substituting [Bm7] for [Bm] and [C#m7] for [C#m] - g...
Gordon Thomas posted on May 24, 2013 11:18
This is a song from the Travallers 1967 Centennial LP. It is a fast paced version. I couldn't find a video so I posted an MP3 of the...
You can play along with the video in (Bm) and that's the key that Charles' leads this song in on BUG night. I've also posted the song...
Sue Rogers posted on May 18, 2013 13:49
YOU CAN USE THE (C) VERSION TO PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO! On BUG night we'll likely use the (F) version.
"Someday Soon" is ...
writtern by Fred Eaglesmith
Sue Rogers posted on May 16, 2013 15:07
"O Canada” is Canada’s national anthem. Originally called “Chant national,” it was written in Québec City by Sir Adolphe-...
Sue Rogers posted on May 09, 2013 22:38
"1234" is a song from Feist's third studio album, The Reminder. It is Feist's most successful single to date. The song was co-writte...
Sue Rogers posted on April 26, 2013 11:22
UKES, VIBRASLAP, MELODION, JAW HARP, XYLOPHONE,...OMGoodness - does it get any better?
Walk Off The Earth is an unconventional, multi-tal...
Mark Rogers posted on May 08, 2012 20:04
The "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" is a song written, composed, and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot th...
Sue Rogers posted on August 22, 2011 11:46
"Something to Sing About" is a patriotic song written by American folk singer Oscar Brand that sings the praises of the many dif...
Sue Rogers posted on August 20, 2011 00:32
'V'là l'bon vent!' Folksong on the theme of the 'trois canards' or three ducks, of which there are some 100 variants. Among th...
Gordon Thomas posted on June 04, 2011 20:54
This is the song sung by the Travellers on their 1967 Album.