Will Stroet of Will’s Jams, a JUNO-nominated children’s musician, educator and dad, released his 11th album, Big Shiny Spoons, on October 17 with a sold-out concert at Vancouver’s St. James Community Square Mel Lehan Hall.
More about the Big Shiny Spoons Album Release Concert
This concert features Will’s Jams as a 4-piece band with Will Stroet on vocals and guitar; Kevin Romain on drums; Elliot Langford on piano and guitars; and Chad Galpin on bass.
They perform the entire 12-song album from start to finish featuring the rockin’ songs, “Sushi Roll,” “Friendship Built on Rock,” and “Les mathématiques.”
Indigenous storyteller and author Kung Jaadee shares a couple of Squamish stories followed by a few lively songs by new musical act Penny Pom Pom, who also sings backing vocals live and on the album. Will’s long-time French songwriting collaborator and backing vocalist, Cynthia Ramamonjisoa, also joins Will on stage for his new French songs.
Recorded Livestream Concert Info
The concert was professionally recorded by Hubcast Media with 3 cameras and professional audio. Once you, buy a ticket, you’ll be emailed a link to watch the recorded livestream anytime and as many times as you like for 1 week.
About Will’s Jams
Will Stroet of Will’s Jams is a JUNO-nominated musician, nationally recognized educator and former CBC Kids TV star. His high-energy rock-pop music in English and French is full of witty wordplay and sing-along choruses, inspiring kids to be active, creative, caring and community-minded. Since releasing his first album in 2005, Will’s performed 2,000 shows across Canada and China in theatres, festivals and schools.
His 10 albums in English and French have garnered national acclaim, including a 2017 JUNO nomination, 7 nominations from the Western Canadian Music Awards, 3 from the Canadian Folk Music Awards and 2 from the SiriusXM Indies. In 2015, UBC’s Faculty of Education honoured Will in their top 100 Alumni awards. Learn more about Will at www.willsjams.com.