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Midnight Shine premieres “Lonely Boy” video

We're pretty big fans of Midnight Shine here at Roots Music Canada, so we're excited to be taking part in the premiere of the...

Sweet Alibi – “Confetti”

Known for their soulful three-part harmonies, West Coast Music Award winners Sweet Alibi have shared their folk roots, and pop infused music with listeners...

Sam Lynch – “Darkest Places”

The story goes something like this: On a farm in central Germany, with a small backpack and a dead cell phone, Sam Lynch found herself...

Have you heard Dave Gunning’s new single yet?

Have you ever had one of those days when you're at a festival or some other multi-artist event and you accidentally catch a performance...

High hopes, hula hoops, and the mystical secret to festival success

Leslie Alexander wrote this piece a few years ago and published it in BC Musician Magazine.  She generously agreed to share it with us...

Submit now for the Cobalt Prize Contemporary Blues Composition Award

The Toronto Blues Society and Juno Award-winning blues artist Paul Reddick have announced details and submission deadlines for the sixth annual Cobalt Prize Contemporary...

Maggie May Davis – “Take it Slow”

It’s very likely you’ve never heard of Maggie May Davis.  Originally from the small Ontario country town of Lynden, she now lives in the...

4 outstanding shows at Vancouver’s Rogue Folk Club this month

Last week here on Roots Music Canada, we told you about the upcoming album launch by Babe Gurr at Vancouver's Rogue Folk Club. Well,...

The New Customs – “Chasing Light” (video)

Hardly afraid of the “F Word,” The New Customs are proud to call themselves folk! Deeply rooted in the tradition of capturing a story...

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