Make an 11 song playlist of songs from Joel’s new album 44 on the streaming service of your choice, and you could win a Joel Plaskett Zoom concert for you and 6 friends. To be entered to win, post your playlist on social media, tagging @joelplaskett and hashtag #44playlist.
If you don’t use a streaming service, feel free to write your playlist on a piece of paper, take a pic and post that to socials.
Be as creative as you’d like – name your playlist, draw a picture, tell us why you chose these songs –
Joel Plaskett contains multitudes. So no wonder he creates them too. For those who aren’t already up to speed, his latest release 44 is the concept-loving Halifax singer-songwriter’s biggest project since the triple-album Three a decade ago: A set of four distinctively different discs featuring 44 songs recorded in four different cities with 33 guest musicians, released on the last day of his 44th year. Clearly, that’s a whole lot of Plaskett. But if anybody can pull off a flex like this, it’s this restlessly and relentlessly eclectic and prolific artist (and former Thrush Hermit frontman). Not surprisingly, it’s got a little bit of everything and a little something for everybody: Rock and pop,
(Toronto, ON – April 17, 2020) – On the eve of his 45th birthday, Joel Plaskett celebrates the release of 44, a set of four, 11-song albums that represent the most elaborate and creative endeavor of his multi-faceted 26-year career. A deep weave of lyrical threads, studio experimentation and interconnected imagery, 44 marks a new chapter in both Joel’s life and work.