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Steve Poltz has a brand new album out

Photo by Tim Bonea.

Halifax, NS-based troubadour Steve Poltz has released his new album, Stardust & Satellites, available now via Red House Records.

Produced by Oliver Wood and Jano Rix of the Wood Brothers, Stardust & Satellites is Steve’s 14th solo album and comprises another exuberant, thoughtful batch of songs that celebrate life in all of its stages — including his effervescent new single, “Can O’ Pop.”

The high-spirited, syncopated track is joined by an official animated video directed by Boston-based artist/animator Duncan Hatch (Galactic, American Authors).

In its premiere of the video, Rolling Stone Country called the song “a delicious delivery reminiscent of ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues.”

Stardust & Satellites also includes the acclaimed singles “Conveyor Belt” and “Miles In My Heart.”

Hailed by American Songwriter for “his unhinged live performances, incredible way with a comedic lyric and ability to spin a ripping tale,” Steve is marking the album’s release with a typically busy live schedule — including seven upcoming dates in Ontario this April.

For complete details and ticket availability, please visit poltz.com/concerts.

  • April 20 — Moonshine Cafe, Oakville ON (SOLD OUT)
  • April 21 — Heartwood Concert Hall, Owen Sound ON
  • April 22 — Roots North Music Festival, Orillia ON
  • April 23 — Haliburton County Folk Society, Haliburton ON
  • April 25 — Acoustic Grill, Picton ON
  • April 26 — The Dakota Tavern, Toronto ON
  • April 27 — The Dakota Tavern, Toronto ON
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