Monthly Archives: September 2022

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Founding Director Alan Davis and dozens of big talents bring ...

In an open field near Toronto’s Fort York, where American troops were defeated by an army of Canadian, British and First Nations soldiers over two centuries ago (they retreated secretly and booby-trapped the munitions area to explode), peace was restored ...
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John Fogerty and sons close Ottawa CityFolk before a Massive ...

At the age of 77, John Fogerty hasn’t lost his touch or his voice. Along with his two sons, Shane and Tyler, John played all of the hits for the enormous crowd that came to see him on the final ...
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Sarah Harmer opens for John Fogerty at the final night ...

Sarah Harmer is on her first tour in 10 years, and the crowd was so happy to see her preforming again. Along with her were two other women, Dani Nash on drums and back-up vocals, and Kelly McMichael on keyboards ...
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Shovels and Rope open the final night of CityFolk 2022

This dynamic duo is made up of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst who hail from Charleston, SC. Not only are they accomplished musicians, but they are also husband and wife and usually have their two young children with them ...
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Win tickets to a James Keelaghan show near you!

Juno and CFMA-winning singer-songwriter James Keelaghan released his new album yesterday, and he kicks off a tour on Thursday to officially launch it. And we have a pair of tickets to give away! Just fill in this form to enter.  ...
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Singer-songwriter Jeff Hope delivers a country rock kiss off with ...

While analogies and metaphors can be pretty and poetic and all, sometimes you just have to tell it like it is. And there’s no mistaking that Nova Scotian singer-songwriter Jeff Hope is giving a bad relationship the hook, both literally ...
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Lily Monaghan makes a stunning first impression with debut single ...

With delicately plucked acoustic guitar and a vocal performance as pure and soulful as a Prairie sunrise, Lily Monaghan’s debut single, “Sleeping Alone,” heralds the arrival of a compelling new voice on the Canadian roots music scene. Based in Edmonton, ...
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Erika Lamon’s ‘Yellow Sundress’ is actually not very sunny

A yellow sundress conjures up imagery of happy days, but Kingston-based folk-rock singer Erika Lamon takes that idea and turns it on its head on her stormy piano-driven single “Yellow Sundress” from her forthcoming album Hues. “Yellow Sundress” begins and ...
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Sandy Scofield releases her first album in 15 years tomorrow

It’s been 15 years since Sandy Scofield released her last album, Nikawiy Askiy, so it’s exciting to finally see a new project from Vancouver-based Sandy – and what a project it is! Red Earth was once again co-produced by Shael Wrinch ...
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PIQSIQ tells Lisa Iesse about the new harp they’re designing ...

To experience PIQSIQ’s music is to experience a hauntingly beautiful, powerful whirlwind of sound, vision, feeling and wonder. Their live performances, in alignment with katajjaq’s original form, take inspiration from the world around them combined with their own thoughts and ...