“So be easy and free, when you’re drinking with me, I’m a man you don’t meet every day …” I’m listening to musician Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea—but not on Spotify. He’s sitting across from me in a Zodiac bobbing on the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by a massive fjord that juts into the wild, windswept coast of southern Newfoundland. While he’s singing a folk tune called ‘Jock Stewart,’ the lyrics seem oddly appropriate, since it’s not every day I’m sitting in a Zodiac drinking champagne with a Canadian legend.

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