Hi Our Basement,

For the past 13 years, I’ve been hovering silently in the subconscious of the Toronto music scene. Writing, recording and performing country-tinged rock n’ roll songs as often as I can muster.

Today I wanted to show you a video for my song ‘Sweet Potato Kisses’. The song is from my tenth album Please Pass The Potatoes, out May 4th. The video was made by my uncle John in the 80s. So I’ll let him take it from here.

”Hello there,
my name is John Paul Marchildon. I’m Owen’s (Marchildon!) uncle. I bought a video camera back in the mid eighties to film family get togethers. As with a lot of things i’ve acquired over the years, the camera and all the footage found its way into a box in the basement. We received an email from Owen about a year ago wondering if we still had the old footage of him and his cousins on his grandfather’s farm and the time spent up in Penetanguishene for family reunions. I had completely forgot about the video camera. I also thought it was an odd request. But then again it’s Owen. He’s always up to odd things. Anyways, my wife Mary dug it up out of the basement and sent it Owen’s way. Owen digitized the old VHS C tapes and had his friend Valerie Callam edit the old footage to a couple of songs he’s putting out. Maybe it’s an album. I don’t know. Owen’s always up to something.”

And that’s my uncle!

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