Winter Woollen Blues
A blues song about the winter (I’m always surprised there aren’t more) – the jam version performed with the house band at The Masque in Hamilton, ON on March 3, 3019
Never Coming Home
A roots country waltz written by Anya Wassenberg (vocalist), arrangement by Rob Leonard (guitar, harmonica). Recorded at the Intolerant Gallery closing party May 7 2016 in Hamilton, ON.
My cover of Angel from Montgomery (John Prine) with Dave Battrick on guitar- May 2018 at the Sunday blues jam at the Masque in Hamilton, ON
A cover of Summertime (with George Kairys on geetar, Erik Schubert on harp & Jason Collavecchia on bass) – September 2018 at the Masque in Hamilton, ON
Singing back up
With Fred D. Smith and Lisa Swales – you can hear me on the high notes off camera to the right for most of it! (Artword Artbar – February 12, 2012)
Summertime with the P.U.B. Band (2011)
Adventures in Acting:
Texas, Tulips and Us
I have a bit part in the shower scene of this Fellini-esque short film.
Published on 27 Nov 2014
Nancy wears green stockings, Peter is Keith Richards of the sousaphone. Will they ever make it to New York together?
Starring: Alyssa Owsiany, Byron Asher, Phil Dionne
Directed and written by: Lee Filipovski
Produced by: Alex Filipovski
Cinematography: Christopher Ripley
Editor: Kaisa Pitsi
Sound: Ranno Tislar
Original score: Rob Teehan, performed by the Lemon Bucket Orkestra
All rights reserved by Lee Filipovski & Filmbaker Pictures, in association with Kontra Film.
“Ma Maren Ma (feat. Saban Bajramovic)” by Fanfare Ciocarlia feat. Saban Bajramovic (Google Play • iTunes)
Taking Stock: Voodoo Economics (2011)
I have a bit part as a voodoo financial officer in this documentary.
Coming Clean (2007)
A quirky yet interesting short film destined for the film festival circuit written by Classic Anya and Giggles Velvet. Director and Director of Photography William Riley from Goodtyme Video Productions shows the range of projects we can shoot.
Adoration (interactive video installation)
by Teresa Ascencao
Uploaded on 11 Oct 2007
North American media is like today’s religion. It creates powerful images for the masses to adore. It takes an ordinary woman and turns her into a star — not unlike the story of the biblical Virgin Mary, the girl next door who became the most “blessed amongst women”