This week on SOMOV Debbie Houle, Sarah Pocklington and Sherryl Sewepagaham from the contemporary Aboriginal vocal group ASANI in "Listen" a micro documentary series of the journey and production of their latest CD, Listen.

"Their music is infused with First Nations drumming and chant, but it goes well beyond that with the sounds of folk, blues, a bit of jazz and the soulful insistence of traditional spirituals. Asani means "rock" in Cree. And the three singers are not afraid to hurl themselves at our windows of complacency both within and outside their communities." John Terrauds, The Toronto Star Produced by famed Zappa alumni Ed Mann, Listen is a bold new tour de force from Edmontons favourite vocal trio. Come celebrate its release as the ladies are joined by special guests Ed Mann, Bruce Aitken and Mario Allende and hosted by Breakfast Television's Bridget Ryan. December 2, 2009 at the Ivory Club, 10304 - 111 Street, Edmonton. Doors at 7:00 PM show starts at 8:00 PM (NO MINORS). Cover only $5. The new CD will be on sale!

Hosted and produced by D. Jeffrey Buchanan, SOMOV is filmed on location in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and can be heard weekly on CJSR 88.5 FM.

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