Canadian artist Lizzy Hoyt ventures into history and timeless sentiments.
Have you listened to a new track by Canadian fiddler, singer, songwriter and step-dancer from Edmonton, AB by the name of Lizzy Hoyt? I like her name…it is so perky just like the band Thin Lizzy. And mind you, she is pretty. Her music has a crossover appeal brought about my her foray into Jazz, Folk and Pop.
More about the video:
The Battle of Vimy Ridge was the first time all four divisions of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces fought together under a Canadian-born commander. It marked a change in out-dated war tactics and strategies (demonstrated by the blood-bath at The Somme). It has been cited as a defining moment in the creation of a united Canadian identity.
Lizzy’s song “Vimy Ridge” was written after her first visit to the Vimy Ridge Memorial in 2005. It was named a finalist in both the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (2010) and the USA Songwriting Competition (2011). The song was recorded on her second album HOME which received a Canadian Folk Music Award Nomination in 2011 for Traditional Singer of the Year.
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Producer: Sarah Hoyt
Created by: aspecialperson.com & Lucho Soldevilla
Art Direction/Archival Editing: Gaby Benicio
Make-up/Hair: Aurélie Martin
Dress: Koshka Mashka
Production Assistant: Ian Surdhar