Tom Cochrane is a digital storyteller and the creative director of Old Crow Magazine. Tom's photography and videography work can be found at tomcochranephoto.com.Tom is based in Newfoundland, Canada.
By Tom Cochrane on May 9, 2017St. John’s-based Isle of Ease perform their tune Like That live on the wharf in Trout River on a warm day in July 2016. Thanks to HM Audio for the microphones used in this session. Find out more about Isle of Ease at their Bandcamp page.
By Tom Cochrane on May 8, 2017This is a rare sight: icebergs in Gros Morne! While the east coast of Newfoundland regularly sees plenty of icebergs in the spring, it’s incredibly rare this far south in western Newfoundland, especially as far south as Gros Morne. This iceberg was spotted off the coast of St. Paul’s.
By Tom Cochrane on May 3, 2017Hardtack (consisting of Nick Hamlyn, Tom Brennan, and Stephen Rose) performed throughout summer 2016 with Gros Morne Summer Music in Woody Point, presenting a concert of Ron Hynes and Stan Rogers songs that always got the audience clapping and stomping along. This is Hardtack performing the Ron Hynes classic 30 For 60, live at Charlie and Joan Payne’s… Read More
By Tom Cochrane on April 17, 2017At the end of summer 2016, Kellie Loder brought her soulful music to the cozy and warm Molly Made Fibre Art Studio in Woody Point, NL in Gros Morne National Park. This is her performance of her song Butterfly. Find out more about Molly Made Fibre Art Studio at mollymadefibreart.com. Find out more about Kellie Loder… Read More
By Tom Cochrane on April 6, 2017In early summer 2016, Peter Willie Youngtree brought his country sound to Gros Morne National Park when he performed in Woody Point, and later that year he won Country Recording of the Year from MusicNL for his album Country Hymns. This is Peter Willie Youngtree covering The Pogues’ A Pair of Brown Eyes near the edge… Read More