Genre: Folk

Big Little Lions

BC
Genre: Folk
Big Little Lions are the award winning band from Cincinnati, OH and British Columbia, Canada. They were born out of a collaboration that won them a JUNO Award in 2014. Since then they have been cranking out infectious folk pop songs that are jam-packed with emotion and tight harmonies that sound like the product of two people working side-by-side instead of living in different countries.

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Casati

MB
Genre: Folk
Casati’s music is a unique blend of the music that inspires them: the heartbreak of a country ballad the vocal harmonies of 1950s and 60s pop and the instrumental virtuosity of jazz and classical music creating a sound that is familiar yet original.

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Cathy Jordan & Jordan McConnell

Ireland/Winnipeg
Cathy is a native of Scramogue, Country Roscommon now living in Sligo. Her love for traditional singing was instilled at an early age, especially by her father. Cathy began singing publicly at all kind of Feiseanna and concerts as a child. In later years she took to performing a wide range of material as a solo performer in the midlands.

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Charlie A’Court

Canadian singer-songwriter-guitarist Charlie A’Court is the proverbial force to be reckoned
with. Planted at the crossroads of roots and soul, Charlie’s mighty voice, fierce guitar work and contemporary songwriting have earned him an international following and a host of awards and accolades for his five solo albums to date.

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Logan McKillop

Genre: Folk
Logan McKillop is a folk/roots singer-songwriter and storyteller from Onanole, MB. Equally skilled as a wordsmith and an astonishing guitarist, every song is an invitation into the best of both worlds. He is unafraid to delve into what is real, exploring the highs and lows of the human condition with absolute honesty.

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Rube & Rake

St. John’s, NL
Genre: Folk
To call Canada your home can be a very vague statement. From the Rockies, all the way to the eastern shores of the Atlantic, there are many places one can lay their head. It’s not only the sheer distance between the two coasts,

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Sherry Ryan

NL
Genre: Folk
Raised on a land fertile for songs and storytelling, Sherry Ryan has been winning hearts across the country as one of Newfoundland’s finest singer-songwriters. Her highly anticipated fourth album, Wreckhouse, takes it’s name from the song ‘Stop The Trains’. This gem of a tune voted best song in the province by The Overcast’s 2018 People’s Choice Awards is a Newfoundland classic in the making.

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Sierra Noble

Winnipeg
Genre: Folk
Winnipeg’s own, Sierra Noble released her new full length album, “City of Ghosts” in the fall of 2016 in her prairie hometown.
After 2 years in New York City followed by 2 years in Nashville, “home is where the heart is” has never meant more to the local singer-songwriter who has moved back to her hometown to release her latest batch of songs.

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Willi Carlisle

Arkansas
Genre: Folk
Willi Carlisle is the raconteur and folksinger you don’t know about yet. In just two years of touring, The Washington Post has said he is “powerful” and “worth seeking out.” Twin Cities Pioneer calls him “impressive on banjo, accordion, and fiddle.” In Cincinnati,

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