As Dartmouth, Nova Scotia’s favourite son Joel Plaskett celebrates the first anniversary of the release of his latest studio effort The Park Avenue Sobriety Test, the prolific singer-songwriter is looking to get back into the swing of things following a relatively quiet winter. Of course, precluding Plaskett’s relatively quiet winter was a 2015 chalk full of activity:
In addition to the near universal acclaim that greeted his latest album, Plaskett ventured into previously unchartered territory with the opening of the New Scotland Yard Emporium in Dartmouth.
Plaskett purchased a building on Portland St. in 2013. In the back of the building, he constructed his New Scotland Yard recording studio, which has since played host to many a fellow Maritime artist including Erin Costelo and Shotgun Jimmie. [READ MORE]