Liona Boyd, Canada's first lady of the guitar, is back living in Toronto after having penned a revealing new autobiography No Remedy for
Love (Dundurn Press). The book is a unique and fascinating personal story and a sequel to her best-selling 1998 memoir In My Own Key that is also being published. Boyd describes her decision to divorce and leave Beverly Hills, her roller coaster ride moving around the continent, her years living in Miami, Connecticut and Palm Beach, and her 30 year pen-pal friendship with Prince Philip, for whom she performed in private at Windsor Castle March, 2017. The five-time Juno award winner has simultaneously released a new CD of 17 exquisitely produced songs also entitled No Remedy for
Love (Universal Music). One of our favourites is a heartfelt song she wrote for Gordon Lightfoot, where she is joined by legendary Ronnie Hawkins. Our kudos to this amazing woman who overcame so many hurdles to pursue her music.