Smith On Sunday
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Smith On Sunday

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"Singing her Heart out"

Young musician, local bands rocking out for a good cause.

Changing the world one heart
at a time is the chord a local
musician is hoping to strike
with an upcoming concert.
Gemma Randle, a 21-yearold
musician and tech assistant,
started a musical
fundraiser two months ago
called Heart — The Homemade
Acoustic Show —
meant to change not only the
local music scene but the
hearts of the many lives she
“These shows are benefits.
They are one night of supporting
something that may
hit so hard to some people because
it’s on their doorstep
every day,” Randle explained
to Metro, adding it’s also a
way to highlight some of the
hidden talents in the local
music scene.
So began Heart, the AIDS
fundraiser Randle threw in
October, which put local musical
acts together in the
name of charity, raising
money for the local AIDS society.
Randle is now working on
her next fundraiser, another
Heart type show called I
Heart Girls On Decks, which
is a collaboration with some
local DJs. This time, she’s
asking people to bring teddy
bears to get into the show,
which will all go to young patients
at the Alberta Children’s
Randle’s band, Smith On
Sunday, headlines the next
event on Nov. 16, which also
features other local acts and a
battle of the DJs at Kits on
16th Avenue. All people need
to get in is a teddy bear, and if
they don’t have one then a $5
cover will be charged with
the proceeds going toward
cancer research.
For more information,
check out the Facebook group
Heart — The Homemade
Acoustic Show, or call. - Krista Sylvester


Sure as heck don't. Currently in the 'studio' recording all the pieces for our album to be released late 2008.



When good girls play dirty, that is Smith On Sunday. Compiled of a couple of Calgary girls, Smith On Sunday has evolved into a new generation of female driven rock. Mallory and Tara come from opposite ends of the personality spectrum, with diverse and dynamic abilities to form a high energy, and unique musical style, and a live show filled with ridiculous stories and plenty of laughter.
With the recent release of their second EP, which sold out within the first weekend of release, Smith on Sunday is set to begin the recording their full-length studio album “Girls Cry at Bars”. Filling out their summer calendar with bookings in Calgary, Red Deer, Drumheller, Edmonton, Fort Mc Murray, Lethbridge and even Vancouver, the girls of Smith on Sunday still have time for community and charity work.
Establishing themselves only in October of 2007, Smith on Sunday has since managed to develop a strong reputation within the musical community. Known for being kind hearted and musically driven they together developed a program that showcases local indie talent. This program, and their involvement with the Heart fundraising group have raised funds and toys for Cancer Research, The Children’s Hospital, The Mustard Seed, and the Heart and Stroke foundation.
Smith on Sunday continued to prove their talents and gain audience, taking the stage in Esterhazy Saskatchewan, Lethbridge Alberta, and even selling out in Edmonton Alberta.
With nothing less than promise in their future, Mallory and Tara will continue to work the stage, and the market with a entertaining collective of personality, passion and talent.