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Steve Marriner releases ‘How High’ video from his Hope Dies ...

Ottawa, ON-based bluesman Steve Marriner is ushering a decidedly more roots-rock Americana sound to the forefront with the release of his new solo album. Crafted through COVID — and inspired by years on the road, and back — the 10-track ...
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Singer-songwriters Cameron and Crawford contemplate lost love on ‘Sometimes In ...

Following their Latin-influenced critique of modern political hi-jinks, Saskatoon, SK singer-songwriter duo Cameron & Crawford are back to break your heart with their impassioned new single, “Sometimes in September.” With their unique, jazz-infused tunes and insightful, poetic lyrics, Cameron & ...
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Claire Whitehead’s new album is straight out of Thelma & ...

Canadian folk-country songstress Claire Whitehead whisks listeners on a journey with her latest project, Thelma: A Country Opera. And if the name sounds familiar, it should. Claire built it through an interpretation of the character Thelma in Thelma & Louise, ...
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Producer Chris Birkett teams up with … kids! on ...

Canadian singer-songwriter, composer, and producer Chris Birkett is back and, this time, he’s not alone. The multi-Juno Award winner and platinum-selling producer is out to save the world with his new collective, The Happy Campers — and an arsenal of ...
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Marshall Potts’ latest single is an ‘arena roots’ song if ...

Brandy Records/MC1 Nashville recording artist Marshall Potts is busting open barriers with his new arena-worthy roots rock single, “Free and Easy.” The title track from the Canadian artist’s third and forthcoming album, Free and Easy — set to land summer ...
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Kele Fleming soothes with her new single and video ‘Sea ...

Canadian indie folk pop songstress Kele Fleming’s new single, “Sea In Me,” actually feels like a rushing of waves when it bursts out of your speakers. Yes, you are swaying. Yes, you are losing yourself in the oceanic prowess of ...
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Murray McLauchlan speaks to racism and privilege on his new ...

Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, Order of Canada recipient and 11-time Juno winner Murray McLauchlan challenged himself to look within himself for issues pertaining to systemic racism, privilege, and economic disparity on his landmark 20th album, Hourglass, releasing ...
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Singer-songwriter Brendan Scott Friel has a new album and video

  With their spinning cauldron of music, melody, and magic, Windsor, ON troubadour Brendan Scott Friel’s recent album, Summer Moons, and new video for single “All In” are enough to leave you spellbound. Brendan’s dedication to enchanting truths, breathless vocals, ...
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All-woman trio Women In Song reflect on losing loved ones ...

The all-woman Blind River, ON-based trio Women in Song reflects on the hopes and dreams of the members’ parents, who have suffered from, and eventually and sadly succumbed, to Alzheimer’s Disease, on their new single, ”But I Knew Her When.” ...
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Country outlaws The Divorcees serve a double shot of blue-collar ...

Reeling from a litany of hard knocks is a reality the Divorcees know all too well; and now the five New Brunswick-based country outlaws are letting it all hang out on their latest single, “Must Be Nice.” Never shying away ...