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Album review: Jason Fowler – Forelsket

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Jason Fowler’s new album of solo guitar compositions, Forelsket, is a rare achievement: an instrumental record that stands as a collection of songs—even without...

Album review: Mélisande – Rembobine

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Have you ever listened to a piece of music that made your hair stand on end; that sent shivers up your spine; or that...

Ottawa Grassroots Festival Day 2 – Charlie A’Court and Rory Taillon

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Nova Scotian folk and blues artist Charlie A'Court was the second headliner for the Ottawa Grassroots Festival, following the first performance by Lynn Miles...

Review: The annual Chris Langan Weekend – April 12-14 at the...

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For the past 33 years, members of Toronto’s Irish music community have faithfully staged a weekend gathering of fine playing and teaching called the...

Review: The Canadian Folk Music Awards – April 6-7 at the...

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The 19th annual Canadian Folk Music Awards (CFMAs) took place over the weekend of April 6-7 at the Majestic Theatre in St. John’s Newfoundland...

Concert review: Catherine MacLellan – March 26 at Hugh’s Room...

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On March 26, Prince Edward Island-based, multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan took the stage at Hugh’s Room in Toronto in front of a near-capacity crowd....

Review and Analysis: The 2024 Maple Blues Awards

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At the 2022 Toronto Blues Summit, a series of workshops and showcases that are part of the Toronto Blues Society’s annual blues bacchanale, their...

Concert review: Lonesome Ace Stringband – Feb. 17 at Hugh’s...

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Hugh’s Room in Toronto continues to roll out some incredible shows as it did on Feb. 17 with an outstanding performance by the Toronto-based...

Album review: Joe Jencks – The Coming of the Years

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In 2018, Elizabeth Szekeres wrote a very interesting article for Roots Music Canada about a recent release by Chicagoan Joe Jencks that featured the...

Album review: Portage (Jean Hewson, Christina Smith, Anne Lederman, Laura Risk...

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Portage. Now there’s a word that evokes the past. It conjures up canoes being paddled into the venerable history of Canada - fur traders,...

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