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Montreal’s The Slowinks return with stomping single ‘One Shoe’

With a sound that combines classic country, jazz and western swing, Montreal’s The Slowinks have successfully charmed their hometown and are now poised to do the same to the wider world with their debut album, Stay With Me Awhile, released ...
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The Winnipeg Crankie festival is streaming well beyond Winnipeg this ...

Winnipeg house concert network Home Routes/Chemin Chez Nous is thrilled to present the 2021 Winnipeg Crankie Festival, streaming online for FREE this weekend. The festival celebrates crankies, which are the forerunner of modern film, and combines visual art, music and ...
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Songs for the Revolution: acknowledging folk alliances

I want to acknowledge that I am writing this article from unceded Algonquin Territory. Songs for the Revolution is a monthly column digging into folk culture, the music and what lies beneath.  This one is about the International Folk Alliance ...
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Update: Jay Knutson (Spirit of the West) leads the Early ...

**Note:  the date of this concert has been changed to March 12** Vancouver’s Rogue Folk Club is bringing us at least two fabulous online performances this month, starting with this one:  The Early Spirit Trio, March 12 at 7 p.m. ...
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Isabel and the Uncommons play music, do dishes, cook and ...

Isabel Fryszberg and her group, the Uncommons, have added to the cannon of COVID art work with this fun video featuring the members of the band playing music and doing their daily activities in their homes. “End of an Era” ...
New music in our mailbox!

Frank Patrick, Bobby Dove, Maria and the Band and Blake ...

Gordy the Moose presents some of his favourite new music from the submissions that have arrived in the Roots Music Canada virtual mailbox. This is part two of a two-part column. Frank Patrick – “Mercy” (Release date: Feb. 5, 2021) ...
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