10 years ago, we bought a church in Drummondville. As a band, we needed a place to relocate. We transformed it into a studio, that we still operate today and where we still record. But a church comes with a history of its own… The story behind ours? A little more in this article in today’s Journal de Montréal (in French)
8 months after its release, following a sold-out concert at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, Alex Henry Foster’s first solo album, titled “Windows in the Sky”, reached position #1 in the ADISQ chart this weeks.
Last night marked the very first solo concert for Alex Henry Foster, in front of a sold-out Club Soda for the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal. A few words from the artist:
“A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came out to see the concert at Club Soda for Festival International de Jazz de Montréal last night. It means a lot to me. You are the reason why I found the courage to go back on stage and share those emotions… thank you!”
À quelques jours du premier concert solo d’Alex Henry Foster, l’équipe de Radio-Canada est venue visiter l’église transformée en studio qui a servi à l’enregistrement de “Windows in the Sky”, premier album solo pour AHF, qui a atteint les pole positions des palmarès à sa sortie. En entrevue, Alex & Jeff abordent la nature de l’album, le premier concert à venir, et plus encore. L’extrait débute vers 17 minutes.
Un article a été publié dans La Presse +, parlant d’Alex Henry Foster et du succès qu’il connaît en tant qu’artiste solo depuis la sortie de son premier album, “Windows in the Sky”. À une semaine d’un premier concert solo, Alex aborde la nature de l’album, ce qu’est être DIY, et l’importance du rôle des fans dans le voyage du groupe.
Article par Marissa Groguhé, photos par Martin Tremblay
Alex Henry Foster’s concert for the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal at the Club Soda on July 5 is now sold out! Thank you so much to everyone who has decided to take part in this very first solo concert.
Discover “Shadows of Our Evening Tides” from Alex Henry Foster’s solo album, “Windows in the Sky”. Released on April 5, the song features American poet Allen Ginsberg reading his masterful work “Song”, and is an immersive and contemplative journey about finding peace through grieving time and living with the regrets of moments left
Allen Ginsberg passed away on this day 22 years ago, but his work is eternal and still inspires today – and this is why April 5 was chosen as the release date for this music video. And it is another way to celebrate the Poetry Month with you, as words are a powerful way to share the heart and soul of who we are.
SOLD OUT! We’re truly happy and honored to share this passion for music and art with you all! We can’t wait for the lucky ones to get their 12″ record of “Shadows of Our Evening Tides”! Don’t forget to send pictures!
Happy Record Store Day!!! aka Alex Henry Foster’s favorite day of the year! To celebrate, Alex has decided to release a collector and limited 12’’ record with a new and extended version of “Shadows of Our Evening Tides”!