02-21 - The World Needs More Chamber Folk Pandemy Rock. Dayna Manning. Stratford, Ontario. 04/08/21
Dave transcends time and space to talk with author, producer, digital dominator, singer, songwriter, teacher, mentor, Dayna Manning from Stratford, Ontario. The economic uncertainty of the pandemy reminds Dayna of a previous economic uncertainty she experienced, streaming! Although music streaming has many positives, fairly compensating artists isn’t one of them. Dayna shares her knowledge with others as localizing and community building are driving pandemy positivity. Thanks to community support and a Factor grant Dayna has been enteprenuiring her way through the pandemy sharing her music and collaborating with others. With the help of Ben Bolt Martin, Dayna is excited to tour her Chamber Folk album after the pandemy lockdowns ease up. She shares that being the first performers, with Colton Curtis, in the new Tom Patterson Theatre was a memory to last a life time! Dayna ManningShout out to John Beatle Bailey’s win at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for Refuge. Thanks for joining us as we unite humanity through stories of hope, connection, and community in the face of the global pandemy. We are all in this together, and we’re glad you’re here together with us. Thanks for taking a moment to like and subscribe and follow the Pandemy Show on social media. Thanks to Giant Value for letting us know everything is going to be alright and Pieper for the art work.
In this episode; Dayna speaks about encouraging young female musicians to pursue musical creativity, self-love, confidence and female empowerment through the power of songwriting. Authentic Voice Podcast - Podcast host, Gerard Yun, has spent decades pursuing his authentic voice through formal and informal training in academic, community, traditional cultural systems, the internet, and now through this podcast. I am deeply curious about people and their relationship to music. From most measures of modern success pursuing music makes no sense: or does it? Looking back I see that the most influential teachers weren’t necessarily the greatest performers, published scholars or great conductors and composers. The world considers these people to be “experts.” And over the past decades, I have attended countless professional performances, concerts, recitals, masterclasses, lectures, symposiums, and conferences to access their expertise and wisdom. I have studied with many of them and yes, I have found great wisdom and guidance. Somehow, I always knew I was getting only a small bit of the whole picture. I realized some of my most important influences were those who found their authentic expression through, or in spite of, their social contexts, class, race, nationality, faith, or profession -- amazing musicians hidden in unlikely places. Their stories, wisdom, and advice is always given generously. Authentic Voice makes it available to anyone seeking their authentic voice or a better relationship to their music.
PLEASE SUPPORT MY PODCASTS https://www.patreon.com/TamaraWilliamson This is the second of a few interviews I did in 2017 for a series called One Song. I asked the artist to pick their favourite song or any song that they felt they wanted to talk about. My mission was to not ask too many questions and to allow the artist to talk about their one song because I felt that maybe in the world of so much... just focusing on one song for a little longer would be inspiring and maybe make us feel more. This is Dayna Manning talking about her song O SNOW. www.trentsevernband.ca https://www.daynamanning.com To support Tamara Williamson please join her mailing list on her website and make a donation, buy her book on amazon or buy her music. www.tamarawilliamson.ca https://www.facebook.com/tamarawilliamsonpage
Interview - Dayna Manning discussing her new chamber folk album "Morning Light"
Folk Roots Radio... with Jan Hall
Dayna Manning has just released a fabulous chamber folk album "Morning Light", recorded with Stratford Festival alumnus Ben Bolt-Martin - who arranged all of the songs for a chamber quartet featuring violin, cello, flute and French horn. Morning Light is a fabulous album, with a sumptuous feel - Dayna's beautiful voice gliding over a lovely instrumental accompaniment, on a great selection of original and traditional songs. Dayna has also released a fine memoir about songwriting entitled “Many Moons: A Songwriter’s Memoir” which tells the story of her three decade career in music using twelve of her own songs to guide the way. As well as being a founding member of Trent Severn (who are currently on hiatus), Dayna Manning also runs Folk Army, a private music instruction academy in Stratford Ontario focused on nurturing human potential through the love of music. For more information about the music of Dayna Manning, visit https://daynamanningmusic.com.Music: Dayna Manning "Charlie Lake", "You You You", "Peter Amberley" and "I Get Closer" from "Morning Light" (2019, Self) CDN.
Episode 474 - feat. Dayna Manning & More New Releases
Folk Roots Radio... with Jan Hall
Dayna Manning joins us on Episode 474 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about her latest album, "Morning Light". Morning Light is a fabulous chamber folk recording with a wonderful and sumptuous feel - and a great selection of original and traditional songs. Dayna Manning has also released a fine book about songwriting entitled “Many Moons: A Songwriter’s Memoir” which tells the story of her three decade career in music using twelve of her songs to guide the way. It's a great interview - we hope you'll stay with us to check it out. We also include new music from Casati, Matt Zaddy, Unfaithful Servants, The Sweet Lowdown and Matt Patershuk. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-474-feat-dayna-manning-more-new-releases/
RSR109 - Dayna Manning - What I Learned From Jim Scott, Rick Rubin, Don Was, and Dave Kalmusky
Recording Studio Rockstars
Dayna Manning chats about about recording with Sean Ono Lennon, capturing great vocals, using a metronome while tracking... and gives a bunch of great production tips! Dayna Manning is a songwriter, musician, turned producer when she was just 17 years old, producing Sean Ono Lennon on her track "My Kind" for her debut record "Volume 1" (EMI). From there, her recording opportunites led her to work with the likes of Jim Scott, Rick Rubin, Don Was, Tom Lord Alge and Dave Kalmusky, where she learned as much as she could about recording and production in the studio. Dayna has produced her own record Folkyo and her folk trio Trent Severn, as well as producing and engineering several national television commercials and branding an entire radio station, all from her home studio, in Ontario, Canada. Dayna firmly believes that production starts with a great song, so as a writer, she finds producing a natural fit. Thanks to our sponsors: Check out Chris Graham Mastering: http://RSRockstars.com/FreeMasteringSample Roswell Pro Audio: https://RoswellProAudio.com Leave a Review Click here for the show notes at: http://RSRockstars.com/109 -Also- Free mix training with Lij at: http://MixMasterBundle.com Get yourself a Rockstar T-shirt at: http://RSRockstars.com/Tshirt Download the theme music at: http://SkadooshMusic.com
Dayna Manning is one of Canada’s most accomplished singer songwriters. When she was in her teens she had a hit song on the radio and soon after that found herself, in the words of Joni Mitchell, "Stoking the star maker machinery behind the popular song." At times the chat you are about to listen to unfolds like an episode of the popular TV show Nashville, except it’s not a TV show. This is the story of a real person, trying to make a difference in her community and the world through music. We discuss how Tom Petty was an influence, and her work with Grammy award winning music producer and engineer Jim Scott. As well as having a successful solo career, these days Dayna is playing sold out concerts with Emm Gryner and Lindsay Schindler as part of the popular trio Trent Severn.