Another performance of The Snow Shoveling Blues by SSCOPE’s own Marvin Thiessen, our Operations Supervisor, this on on March22 at SSCOPE’s Treasures Cafe Stage 1466 Arlington St. Watch all SSCOPE stage performance videos and more videos about SSCOPE HERE over at Youtube.
It’s sounding better every time maybe because we are getting to the end of a long and difficult snow shoveling season, or more likely Marvin’s getting it polished up a bit more each time. As you’ll hear everyone’s enjoying the song. Come out May 24-25 at SSCOPE’s Festival4MentalHealth/Rockin’ the Bridge and hear it again.
Watch an excerpt of the original song, “The Snow Shoveling Blues” written for SSCOPE and SSCOPE employee members who have the challenge of serving SSCOPE many snow shoveling to honour SSCOPE committments through -30 windy conditions and often several feet of snow to contend. The Snow Shoveling Blues
Marvin Thiessen works for SSCOPE as our Operations Supervisor, and wrote the song and performed it first time in public with his band seen also at this link, The Snow Shoveling Blues at SSCOPE Live Friday February 22 event.
Watch more great LIve Performances at SSCOPE recent Live Friday nights on YouTube here. Or search for channel SSCOPE2 at http://www.youtube.com
We will be announcing our Live Streaming For Charity Channel for our events soon as well.
The Treasures by SSCOPE stage from the Thrift Store
Chris Palmer and Darryl Torchia, known as Mercy Mercy, wowed us with their music for a great 1.5 hour feature set
The Home Street Band
Marv Thiessen on lead vocals for the Home Street Band, with Simple Man from Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Home Street Band, led by Marv Thiessen, a key members of SSCOPE’s management team, on lead vocals and guitar, started the evening at 7:00 pm (here’s a short video with music clip from early in the evening) and then Chris Palmer and Darryl Torchia, known as Mercy Mercy, wowed us with their music and banter for an hour and a half. If you weren’t there you missed a great night of music and conversation. Our fourth Friday of every month, music series, “An Intimate Evening with…for Mental Health and SSCOPE” continues on February 24th with Harmony Parent at 7:00 pm and The B-Side Apostles at 8:15 pm. Catering by the Ellice Cafe. Please mark down Saturday May 26 in your calendars for our all day music festival, Rockin’ the Ridge, now in its third year. Already committed: Chris Palmer and Darryl Torchia, Biiver Band, Azariah Paris, D.B. Blues Band, and Brian McLean, and many more to come.