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Final choices revealed in Canadian Song Quest
CBC Radio 2 has revealed the Canadian locations that are to be immortalized in song and the singers who are to write about them in its Great Canadian Song Quest.
Canadians voted for their favourite places online, choosing the final 13 locations that were revealed Monday.
Among the wonders to be immortalized are the Tuktoyaktuk Pingos, small cone-shaped hills caused by permafrost in the Northwest Territories; Singing Sand Beach, a P.E.I. beach whose sands squeak as you walk along them; and Alberta’s Badlands, a carved prairie landscape where dinosaur bones have been found.
There are also two great wilderness parks on the list รณ Algonquin in Ontario and Gros Morne in Newfoundland.
Canadians also helped choose the 13 singer-songwriters who will write songs about these places over the next four weeks, winnowing it down from a list of 65 Canadian artists.
The places and the singers who will write about them are:
Tofino, B.C, by alt-country singer, Oh Susanna.
Hoodoos/Badlands of Alberta, by alt-country singer Jay Sparrow.
Good Time Charlie’s at The Plains, Sask., by acoustic group The Deep Dark Woods.
Waskada, Man., by singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk.
Algonquin Park, Ont., by rock-hip hop artist Hawksley Workman.
The Black Sheep Inn, Quebec, by singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright.
Hopewell Rocks of New Brunswick, by jazz-folk artist David Myles.
Singing Sand Beach, P.E.I., by singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan.
The Cabot Trail, N.S., by rocker Joel Plaskett.
Gros Morne National Park, N.L., by alt-rockers Hey Rosetta!
Tuktoyaktuk Pingos, N.W.T., by blues-roots singer Dana Sipos.
Dawson City, Yukon., by singer-songwriter Kim Barlow.
The Road to Nowhere, Nunavut, by rocker Lucie Idlout.
On Nov. 23, all 13 new original songs will be revealed on Radio 2 Morning and Drive on CBC Radio 2.