One of Canada's leading contemporary folk artists, Connie Kaldor uses her gift for songwriting and performing to share a wide range of emotions. While her knack for writing humorous songs inspired one reviewer to call her a cross between Woody Allen and Woody Guthrie, Kaldor has been equally effective reflecting on more serious issues. On her 1996 album, Small Cafe, produced by her husband Paul Campagne of Hart-Rouge, she reflects on the memory of a dead friend ("Down to a River") and examines the effects of child abuse ("He's Running in His Sleep"). The daughter of a Lutheran church choir director, Kaldor was influenced by the music of the Beatles, Laura Nyro, Carole King, and Joni Mitchell. Studying piano as a youngster, she began playing guitar while in high school. After performing in folk music coffeehouses in her hometown, Kaldor ...
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Album Highlights

Small Cafe 1997 Small Cafe
 
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Lullaby Berceuse: A Warm Prairie Night 1988 Lullaby Berceuse: A Warm Prairie Night
 
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