Loreena and her music

Loreena: I discovered your music quite by accident almost 2 years ago on internet radio. Since then,I have purchased all of your CD's enjoyed many hours pleasure listening to them. In your interview with Mandy Morton you stated you voice is “a quality or texture" and yes your voice along with the diversity of the music itself provides a most wonderful experience and I thank you for sharing your beautiful gift. I had the pleasure last year (for my birthday) of attending your concert in Madison Wisconsin and look forward to attending another some day soon! I would also like to compliment all the musicians who are join you on your journey.

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Loreena:  you probably get a lot of these, but I would love to hear your voice/adaptation on some songs that are or have been popular, regardless of genre: eg. The Winds Of Change by Skorpions. Great Melody and words + plus they sang it at the Wall after it was torn down, so it has great meaning for many people. 

Kevin, did you get the opportunity to meet Colonel McKennitt after the concert? If so, please tell us about your experience. As for me, I would like to meet with her again. I got some more questions to ask the Colonel as well as some more stuff I would like to drop off in her "suggestion box."  

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Marshall, are you referring to "Dark Night of the Soul" playing in the background? I must admit that I love that song too. When I first heard that song, it sounded romantic. It would even make good background music for some sort of medieval show or that Medieval Times Dinner Show. Hypothetically, if I was friends with Ms. McKennitt, I would have taken her to see the latter, but yet the one in Toronto.

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