While I was watching two incredibly talented women perform last night, I couldn't help but notice how they dressed. Jennah Barry - whom I think everyone should check out for her amazingness - wore rockin red pants and a plain black t-shirt. Rose Cousins wore black pants and shirt. What was so special about that? It's what they weren't revealing.
They weren't wearing low-cut, short-short, high-heeled, spangled and spiked. They didn't look like Puritans either. But they dressed in a way that made the night about their music.
That's what I love about our Canadian singer-songwriters. Their focus is on lyric and melody, and not what kind of image they can sell to the masses. Isn't that what all our lives should be about: the content, and not the package?