Mallory Johnson


Broadcast Date – October 25, 2017

Well back in early September I was in SASKATOON for Canadian Country Music Week to shoot a special at the CCMA Awards, catch up with old friends and meet new country artists. One of those fresh faces – from the province of Newfoundland and Labrador was Mallory Johnson. Who arrived at the annual gathering after winning the association’s nation wide competition – the 2017 CCMA Spotlight. We sat down to chat about that opportunity, her stellar Nashville ties, here deep country roots, her great love of the homeland and so much more…here’s my conversation with NL recording artist Mallory Johnson!

To find Mallory Johnson on-line check out her website malloryjohnsonmusic.com, follow on Twitter @maljohnsonmusic and like on Facebook @malloryjohnsonmusic and Instagram @maljohnsonmusic

Nova Scotia’s Hank Snow with “Fool Such As I”

Here’s a look at Mallory’s beautiful dress from the 2017 CCMA Legends Show (standing with Mallory Canadian Country Music Legend Ian Tyson)

For the full scoop on Mallory’s winning the 2017 CCMA Spotlight Contest click here

For all things Sammy Kershaw visit sammykershaw.com

Find out more about Mallory’s home town of CBS by visiting conceptionbaysouth.ca

For more on Nova Scotia native (Mallory’s pal in Toronto) Andrea England check out her Cool People Profile here

For more on NL’s Damhnait Doyle watch her interview with SABStv on our Songwriters Special by clicking here and going to 9:28.

Re: “Grit and Grace” a la  Meryl Streep’s salute to Hillary Clinton watch here

Here’s that moment when Mallory met Gordie Sampson in the lobby of our hotel in Saskatoon.

Watch the video for “Tupelo” here

Watch the video for “Good Mistake to Make” here

For information on Memorial University (MUN) in St.John’s, NL click here

Watch Dolly Parton sing Mallory’s favourite song “Coat of Many Colors” click here.

And starring in Mallory’s future biopic Alexis Bledel and Chris Hemsworth

For information on the Spirit of Newfoundland Dinner & Show click here

The more on the folklore surrounding that scary stuff known as ‘the hag’ click here.

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