Sue McBride is a folk songstress and master educator from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She is known for creating positive and uplifting music for children and adults and providing “family-friendly” entertainment with angelic vocals, ukulele, guitar, and piano accompaniment.
She is a former graduate and vocal student of Dalhousie University Music Department, toured with Young Neptune Theatre Company, studied Music Theatre at the Banff Centre of the Arts, and has several advanced degrees in education from Mount St. Vincent University. Her soulful singing and original compositions are deeply reflective of her life’s experiences in working and living in Nova Scotia.
"Santa and Rudolph have a treacherous night with the masks they have to wear..." Sing along to the single, 'Covid Christmas', by Sue McBride. A fun Covid Christmas Song for people's Christmas Music 2020 playlists.
If I Were A Blackbird
This is a traditional Nova Scotia folk song, collected by Helen Creighton in 1959 in Lunenburg County. It appears to have originated in Ireland. The Irish folk song of the same name is sung to a different melody and lyrics.
Celebrate Canada Day and learn about Canada with "C-A-N-A-D-A" ?? by Sue McBride.
7/23/2021 3:18:26 AM
All the videos are amazing. McBride is a great lady she is an expert in writing songs. I always considered this lady as a source of inspiration in my life and prefer her to get best essay writing services to enhance her abilities. The way she has achieved the goals of her life are amazing.
6/23/2021 12:34:25 AM
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6/1/2021 3:59:27 PM
Welcome to indiemusicpeople Sue .lovely singing about a young maiden who wishes she could had her dreams come true. Great to hear folk songs of the maritimes shared and the songcrafting of those of past generations. Look for more of your vibe. Bryon
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