Old Man Luedecke
Manitoba – Saskatchewan
old man luedecke
Old Man Luedecke, the musical persona of the 2-time JUNO award-winning and Polaris prize-nominated songwriter and all-around radio darling Chris Luedecke, is a force to be reckoned with. A regular staple of CBC Renowned for his high-energy banjo-driven stompers, soul-stirring guitar ballads, and wryly humorous tales, Luedecke has been a captivating presence in the world of roots music for over fifteen years. His most recent offering, Easy Money (2019), is a collection of “island-tinged” original folk songs. A forthcoming album produced by Afie Jurvanen (aka Bahamas), is poised for release in 2024, promising a fresh musical journey for his devoted audience.
This Home Routes “Crankie” tour offers up a mix of roots and rhythm, with stories told under the backdrop of handmade Crankies created by James Culleton, a Winnipeg-based visual artist who weaves together art, and history, along with his English and French roots throughout his multimedia-based work.
A Crankie is a moving panorama, an old storytelling art form that was popular in the 18th century. Scrolled art is mounted on hand-cranked spindles held together in a frame. As music plays or a story is told, an artist cranks the spindles so that the picture moves with the story, creating a uniquely magical experience for the audience.
Manitoba / Saskatchewan, November 2023
November 16 Winnipeg, MB West End Cultural Centre (Tickets here)
November 17 Altona MB
November 18 Pilot Mound MB
November 19 Norquay SK
November 22 Flin Flon MB
November 23 The Pas MB
November 24 Sainte Rose du Lac MB
November 25 Ste. Genevieve MB
November 26 Stonewall MB
November 29 Boissevain MB
November 30 St-Pierre-Jolys MB
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Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous acknowledges that we operate on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininew and Dakota peoples, and on the homeland of the Metis nation. We have produced thousands of concerts across Canada, a land home to well over 600 First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities.