Doug Edwards…

804 505 Ann Mortifee

My dear friend Doug Edwards has passed away. There are no words to say all that Doug meant to me and gave to my life. We worked together for many, many years and his influence on me and my music was there from the very beginning. He played numerous instruments with extraordinary skill, creative imagination and beauty. You can read the details of his life on the link below. Doug is at the far left in the photo. I just wanted to express my love and admiration for a man who gave so much to us all through his kind, quiet nature and his beautiful music. Wherever you are now, Doug, know that you are forever in my heart, in all that I am and all that I do . . . Travel well.

Doug Edwards at left

Doug Edwards, left, with Tom Hazlitt, Ann Mortifee and Robbie King on May 15, 1976. Photograph By Glen E. Erikson

Link to the article in Times Colonist

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Ann Mortifee

Singer Ann Mortifee is a genre unto herself. Blessed with a remarkable four-octave range and a gift for impacting hearts with her music and lyrics, her albums, concerts, full-length musicals, scores (ballet, film, opera, TV), and In Love with the Mystery book have generated national/international distinctions and awards. She is an Order of Canada Member, the country’s highest civilian honour. A world traveller, compelling storyteller, and sought-after keynote speaker for major conferences, Ann creates and facilitates inspiring arts and consciousness workshops and co-founded two foundations - for social innovation and for forestry conservation. Based in BC, Ann is the wife of the late jazz flutist, Paul Horn.

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