Many Moons: A Songwriter's Memoir by Dayna ManningMany Moons: A Songwriter's Memoir by Dayna Manning

Many Moons: A Songwriter's Memoir

byDayna Manning

Paperback | October 27, 2019

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In engaging prose as smooth and colourful as her Juno-nominated melodies, Dayna Manning's memoir provides a window into the world of her songwriting. In Many Moons, Manning depicts her collaborations with Canadian legends such as Burton Cummings, Chris Hadfield, and William Lishman, providing readers with an intimate view of a musician's life and up-close encounters with some of Canada's greatest personalities. Manning's charming debut memoir is a fascinating read, spanning Canada itself as well as a three-decade career in an ever-changing music business.
Juno-nominated singer and songwriter Dayna Manning exemplifies the very best that Canadian folk music can be. Manning's three-decade career has taken her from coast to coast in many forms, from major label recording artist to independent producer and engineer. As a modern renaissance artist, Dayna will debut her memoir Many Moons along...
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Title:Many Moons: A Songwriter's MemoirFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:180 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:October 27, 2019Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1988279895

ISBN - 13:9781988279893

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"It was going to be a long Canada Day. We calmed ourselves down and focused on the tasks at hand: sing the anthem perfectly on Parliament Hill on Canada Day. Play "Space Oddity on Earth" for the first time on Earth with an astronaut. All before dinner. No pressure. The day was so memorable. I'll never forget how exciting it was to be waiting on stage, banjo in hand as Col. Chris Hadfield was announced, and the sound of the crowd cheering for him when he took the stage in his blue flight suit."