Lawnya Vawnya 2016 | Allie Duff & The Happy Campers
An exposition of art and culture in St. Johns Newfoundland.
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Allie Duff & The Happy Campers

About This Project

Allie Duff & The Happy Campers is an alternative folk-rock band from St. John’s, NL. They formed in the autumn of 2013 when Allie got bored of playing solo gigs and asked Nathan Day and Chris Kennedy to back her up on drums and bass respectively. Little did she know that her songs, originally written as acoustic folk tunes, would take on an energetic life of their own with the help and collaboration of Nathan and Chris. The trio’s first EP, “The Law of Falling Bodies,” featured saxophone by Louis House, and was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Georgie Newman (of GNAudio) at The Levee. The EP won the band a MusicNL demo grant, which they used to record their first LP, entitled ‘Happy Campers.’ Recorded by GNAudio, the album features their fun single 6 A.M. and saxophone solos by Chris Harnett (of The Skylarks). Allie Duff & The Happy Campers have a lot of big plans for the future, some of which include camping!



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