Feature in the Camrose Booster by Murray Green prior to Doty's tour concert at The Bailey Theatre. See Page 4 for the Full Article.
Jazz chanteuse Ellen Doty is touring to some of Alberta's smaller centres — that is, after she makes her debut on the big stage of Calgary's Jack Singer Hall for JazzYYC's Illumin8 series. Look for her in Spruce Grove, Cold Lake, Athabasca and Lethbridge.
The Calgary-based jazz-pop vocalist plays her latest music, plus discusses her business acumen, as well as the importance of giving to a good cause.
Mike Bell, Calgary Herald
Some are the Hallmark types, those who pluck a card from the drugstore shelves that offers an approximation of what they’re feeling for a host of different occasions.
But there are those who prefer the blank card, to be able to script their own thoughts and, ultimately, say what a Hallmark card can’t say: Who they really are.
Jon Roe, Swerve Magazine
Ellen Doty has spun her music into gold. The jazz songstress spent nearly a month at the Banff Centre creating Gold, an album of all-new tracks. “The scenery is so perfect and the atmosphere is so great,” she says. “It’s a really good space to leave everything behind.” She sat down with Swerve Going Out Editor Jon Roe to talk about singing for Carlton and being a fan of the Calgary Flames.
Check out this great interview with Ellen Doty and BTV's Tara Slone about "Gold". Following the interview, there is a live performance featuring Ellen, Josh Crowhurst (guitar), and Oliver Miguel (cajon). Video after the jump! Click to read more.