NEWS: Stephen Fearing celebrates the release of Between Hurricanes at The Company House on February 14

 
Stephen Fearing celebrates the release of his highly anticipated new album, Between Hurricanes, on February 14 at The Company House. The show starts at 9pm

Multiple JUNO Award-winning Blackie and the Rodeo Kings member Stephen Fearing returns with his first solo album in seven years: the highly anticipated, Between Hurricanes. The follow-up to 2006’s acclaimed Yellowjacket, the album was co-produced by Fearing and John Whynot (Bruce Cockburn, Blue Rodeo, Lucinda Williams) at The Woodshed Studio in Toronto, ON. Between Hurricanes is available on Tuesday, January 29 via LowdenProud Records Ltd. 
 
Born out of several life-changing events, the album is both the document and result of many significant changes for Fearing.
 
“In 2006, I released Yellowjacket. Though I didn’t know it at the time, it marked the end of many things and the beginning of so many more,” says Fearing. “My marriage of 14 years ended shortly after the record came out. Hard on the heels of this devastation, True North Records – my home on record for over a decade – changed hands and it quickly became apparent that it was time to move on. Around the same time, my dear friend and manager Bernie Finkelstein started to make noises about cutting back on his workload. Bernie and I had been together through thick and thin for over 16 years, but I realized that it was time to let go of the old ties and step out into the brave new world of true independence.”
 
Between Hurricanes is Stephen Fearing’s eighth solo album. Over the course of his celebrated career he has collaborated with a long list of artists that includes: Shawn ColvinRichard ThompsonSarah McLachlanTom WilsonColin LindenBruce CockburnAndy White and Margo Timmins
 


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