Genre: Folk/Roots

James Gordon

Guelph, ON
Genre: folk/roots
James Gordon is a Canadian songwriter/playwright/musician/producer and community activist. Co-founder of the legendary Canadian folk trio Tamarack, He’s released 40 albums in 40 years! He was a weekly contributor to Arthur Black’s “Basic Black” CBC radio program, and has had more than 100 artists cover his songs.

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Jaxon Haldane

As songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist Jaxon Haldane has become a mainstay of the Winnipeg Roots music scene. As a member of the D.Rangers he has performed and collaborated with many great musicians across North America and Europe and as a recording engineer/producer has assisted in the making of several future classic albums for the likes of Romi Mayes,

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Jay Aymar

Genre: Folk roots
Canadian singer-songwriter Jay Aymar has traveled extensively throughout Canada and the US
performing clubs, theatres and festivals. He is known for his poetic lyrics and a conversational singing
style, which has garnered him high critical praise with his fans and industry insiders.

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Sweet Alibi

Genre: Folk Roots
WCMA Winners Sweet Alibi have shared their folk roots-pop infused music with admirers across North America and Europe since 2009. They are the distinct and complementary voices of Jess Rae Ayre Amber Nielsen and Michelle Anderson.
Sweet Alibi’s sound has been evolving and refining through their past album releases,

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Tanglecove: Dan Rubin and Dave Panting

TANGLECOVE is a Newfoundland acoustic duo made up of two veteran multi-instrumentalist songwriters and composers who perform original and traditional music on a variety of stringed instruments. They met in 1978 in a muddy field in Blackfalds, Alberta while on tour with two seminal bands: Flying Mountain (the world fusion band from British Columbia) and Figgy Duff from Newfoundland.

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Two Piano Tornado

Two Piano Tornado is an unpredictable vortex that will pick the listener up and deposit them in another realm, surrounding them with swirling riffs improvised completely from what they hear in each other’s playing.

Never the same, always changing direction, and always spinning through both standard and original tunes,

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