Artist Lineup

2019-2020 Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous Season #13

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Abby-Jade

Brandon, MB
“We are human first, then we are musicians”

That is me on the right with my fiddle. You may come to find that I play most instruments in a way they were not intended. Also, I have no idea who said that quote, but it will stick with me forever.

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Alan Gerber

QC
Genre: Blues/Folk
My story is one of good fortune, struggle and perseverance. Born in North America to a family who had fled the pogroms of Eastern Europe and settled in Chicago, the expectation was for me to grow up to be a businessman, doctor or lawyer,

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Andy Cohen

TN
Andy Cohen grew up in a house with a piano and a lot of Dixieland Jazz records, amplified after a while by a cornet that his dad got him. At about fifteen, he got bitten by the Folk Music bug, and soon got to hear records by Big Bill Broonzy and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band,

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Annie Lou

BC
Genre: North Americana, oldtime folk
Combining a deft melodic temperament with skill and verve on banjo and guitar, songwriter Annie Lou shines a keen eye and a warm heart on our lives and times, mapping a lively path through the moments in which we recognize ourselves and where we can laugh cry and connect.

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Belle Plaine

SK
Genre: Country/Americana
Belle Plaine is a singer/songwriter who was raised on the Canadian prairies near the hamlet of Fosston, Saskatchewan – population: 45. Belle’s reverence for artists who defy categorization has led her to create a brand of roots music that combines vintage blues and swing tones of the 1940s with classic country styles made popular in the heyday of the Grand Ole Opry.

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Ben Bedford

Springfield, IL
Genre: Folk/Acoustic
In 2010, Bedford was named one of the “50 most significant Folk singer-songwriters of the past 50 years” by Rich Warren of WFMT-Chicago. The list also included Bob Dylan, Anais Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot, and Joni Mitchell.

In 2018, Bedford was named one of the six Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk winners.

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Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald

Cape Breton, NS
Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald have become renowned across Canada and further afield for their synergistic approach to traditional Scottish music. Blending Scottish Lowland pipes with Cape Breton fiddle, Gaelic song and step-dance, Ben and Anita join together the threads of Old and New World traditions while constantly exploring new ways to bring their instruments closer together.

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Betse & Clarke

MO
Genre: Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Songs, Tunes, and Storytelling, Folk, Old Time, Ozark Tradition
Regular folks, exceptional music: This duo from the heartland (Kansas City, Missouri) has its roots in Ozark old time music, honoring traditional songs and tunes that resonate with human experience. And they have a great time doing it!

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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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Blake Miller

Lafayette, LA
Genre: Cajun Music
Grandson of well known accordion builder Larry Miller, Blake has been surrounded by Cajun music and culture his entire life. Hailing from the small town of Iota Louisiana, Blake, a fluent french speaker and songwriter, managed to acquire a degree in Francophone studier from The University Of Louisiana at Lafayette and in the mean time founded the popular young Cajun band The Pine Leaf Boys and became a member of the premiere Louisiana roots Band The Red Stick Ramblers.

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Brent Mason

Genre: folk/blues/americana
Brent is a prolific songwriter, storyteller and very engaging solo artist. In his hometown of Saint John, NB he also called the Godfather of the music scene, and in New Brunswick he’s been called the “David Adams Richards of NB songwriters” because of literary quality of his songs and stories.

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Brigitte Jardin

Yukon
Brigitte Jardin performs traditional music from the French Canadian, Cajun and Old-Time repertoire. She navigates between guitar, washboard, drums, vocals and also incorporate foot percussion as part of her performance. She usually plays with a supporting band malleable to the occasion with instruments including banjo, fiddle and upright bass.

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Campbell D. Woods

Genre: folk/roots/singer-songwriter
Campbell Woods released his debut record, “Oxford Street” in the spring of April 2017. He’s been on the road ever since, performing everywhere from Vancouver to Halifax to Nashville to Austin. As a songwriter he’s been compared to the likes of Townes Van Zandt and John K.

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Carly Dow

MB
Genre: Wildcrafted folk/roots
Carly Dow writes beguiling, clever songs and delivers them with insight and a powerful voice pulled from
the place where grit meets beauty. Hailing from the heart of Canada, she’ll give you a reason to dance
something to think about,

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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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Christina Martin

NS
Genre: Roots/Rock/Pop/Americana
Christina Martin is a multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter whose style has been described as an effortless union between Americana and Pop/Rock. She’s dedicated herself to creating music about love perseverance and tougher subject matter. Her 2018 release “Impossible To Hold” won the 2018 Music Nova Scotia Award for Pop Recording of the Year.

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Claudia Russell & Bruce Kaplan

CA
Genre: Eclectic Folk, Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Western Swing, Country and Pop
California’s Claudia Russell and Bruce Kaplan traverse a wide Americana landscape driven by Claudia’s expressive voice and distinctive guitar style, with spot on accompaniment by Kaplan on mandolin and guitar. Russell has a knack for crafting tightly written songs that take you back to the sweet spots of life.

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David Boulanger

Montreal, QC
Genre: Dance, Fiddle, Traditional Quebecois

Fiddles (AEAE/ADA E/GDAE), jaw harp, harmonica, percussive foot-tapping, song.

David is best known as a member of the legendary Québécois folk big band “La Bottine Souriante”, which has been touring the world for almost 40 years now.

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David Bradstreet & Paul Mills

London, ON
Genre: singer/songwriter
DAVE & PAUL work perfectly together on stage and can bring an audience to its feet with excitement – or to its knees with pure emotion. They complement each others’ songs and styles so well, culled from their decades long friendship. The combination of these two veteran musicians is as good as it gets and their list of awards and accomplishments is impressive.

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Early Spirit

Vancouver
Genre: Trad inspired
J Knutson (from Spirit of the West) has joined forces with Vancouver violinist Gabriel Dubreuil to bring an innovative fusion of music from the Celtic and North American fiddle traditions and Jazz to the stage. They honour the spontaneity of improvised music while keeping the intimacy and pace of traditional music,

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Frank & Allie Lee

NC
Frank and Allie Lee (Bryson City, NC) are a harmony-powered old time duo. Their April 2018 release, Roll On, Clouds, showcases their favorite songs from over two years of performing together. These pieces range from blues tradition (“Somebody On Your Bond,” “Roll and Tumble”) to bluegrass classics (“Standing on a Mountain,” “Cabin on a Hill”),

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Gangspil

Copenhagen, Denmark
Genre: Nordic Folk Music
Gangspil have toured intensively and played more than 100 shows in North America since 2015! – as well as a good number in other parts of the world. The group has become a well-known name in trad- and folk circles both home in Scandinavia and abroad.

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Geneviève Racette

QC
Genre: Folk, Pop, Country
With a nomination from Sirius XM Indies for “Emerging French Artist of the Year”, over half a million streams on Spotify, and a history of charting on countless Canadian Radio Stations, it’s clear that bilingual singer-songwriter Genevieve Racette is an artist who instantly captivates her listeners.

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Guillaume Jabbour & Bill Gossage

QC
Genre: chansonnier roots
Guillaume Jabbour and Bill Gossage are members of chansonnier roots band Jabbour as well as Quebec Cajun band Les Flâneurs. This contemporary roots duo bridges gaps and draw parallels between the musical genres that inspire their own songwriting. Audiences can expect to hear original compositions from the bands they play in (the majority of which are in french but banter is in english when necessary),

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Hoot and Holler

Asheville, NC
Genre: Old time, Americana
Hoot and Holler are the sum of two parts: guitarist Mark Kilianski and fiddler Amy Alvey. Each are songwriters dedicated to honing their craft, both equally influenced by wordsmiths like Gillian Welch and Townes Van Zandt as they are to authentic mountain musicians like Roscoe Holcomb and Ola Belle Reed.

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Ian Foster

St. Johns, NL
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Storyteller
Ian Foster is an award-winning Canadian songwriter, music producer, and filmmaker. He’s a road worn troubadour who has been described as having a keen poetic sense in his writing, and will make you laugh between the songs. CBC’s Bob Mersereau described him as being “a fine example of what a 21st century folk performer should be doing.” He has toured festivals and venues around the world,

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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

MB
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

Toronto
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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Jeremy & Corrina “The Stephens Brothers”

Nashville, TN
Genre: Bluegrass, Old Time Country, and Folk
Corrina Rose Logston and Jeremy Stephens are a husband and wife duo heavily steeped in the sounds of traditional bluegrass and early country music. Their individual pedigrees involve work with legends, including Jesse McReynolds & the Virginia Boys and the Chuck Wagon Gang.

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Kalyna Rakel

Toronto, ON
Genre: Folk/Blues/Americana
Kalyna Rakel has always done things her own way. After early success at 16 with a video on Much Music, she walked away from a pop record deal in Europe to teach herself guitar and play music on the street. Since then she has recorded four independent albums and played her songs for thousands of people.

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Kate Weekes & James Stephens

Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
With the release of her third solo album, Taken by Surprise, singer/songwriter and guitarist Kate Weekes expertly maps the musical spot where landscapes and emotions converge via accessible, jazzy folk/pop inspired by the planet’s northernmost locales and the people in them. Alongside producer and multi-instrumentalist James Stephens,

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Katie Moore

QC
Genre: Americana
Katie Moore’s music lays its hat on the hooks between Americana, folk and country. Her 2015 album Fooled by the Fun was hailed by No Depression as “one of the strongest Americana releases by a Canadian this year,” while her 2018 song “Tip Jar,” which she recorded with the band El Coyote,

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Ken & Brad Kolodner

MD
Genre: Old-Time
The dynamic father-son duo Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on hammered dulcimer banjo and fiddles pushing the boundaries of the Old-Time tradition into uncharted territory. Regarded as one of the most influential hammered dulcimer players and Old-Time fiddlers in North America,

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Ken Whiteley

ON
Genre: folk, blues, gospel, swing, songwriter
Ken Whiteley, is a Canadian roots music legend and master of folk, swing, blues, gospel and children’s music. He has a Canadian Folk Music Award, Genie Award for Best Song in a Canadian film, Lifetime Achievement from Folk Music Ontario and Mariposa Folk Festival and 7 Juno award and 16 Maple Blues Award nominations.

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Kerji Stephens & Justin Lacroix

Winnipeg, MB
Kerji Stephens released her self-titled debut and follow up album ‘Where We Were’ in 2007 and 2008 respectively. Kerri Woelke (self titled) was released through Avante Records and was nominated for ‘Folk Album of the Year’ and ‘Art Design of the Year’ through the GMA’s and ‘Gospel Album of the Year’ through the Western Canadian Music Awards.

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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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Michael Jerome Browne

Genre: blues/folk/roots
Michael Jerome Browne is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and living encyclopedia of roots music. His mastery of American roots idioms and warm, unaffected singing have been critically acclaimed. The new album “That’s Where It’s At!” explores the connections between blues and soul, through the lens of acoustic blues.

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Mike Sixonate w/Mike Jenkins

Twillingate, NL
Genre: Celtic/Folk
Mike Sixonate is a MusicNL Nominated artist. He is an explosive songwriter and entertainer from Newfoundland Canada. His music and stories have entertained thousands of fans from across Canada, The United States, Europe, and beyond.

Mike Jenkins will be joining Sixonate in 2020 to bring his amazing ear and abilities to the masses.

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Murfitt & Main

BC
Genre: Americana, Country, Western Swing, Singer/Songwriter
Heartbreak, honky-tonks, whiskey, unions, religion, the Canadian terrain, even the Berlin wall, are all fair game in the songs of Warren Murfitt and Kate Main. The two British Columbia artists plumb the depths of country bluegrass Americana and western swing playing new songs steeped in the living tradition of roots music.

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Nadine Landry & Stephen “Sammy” Lind

Genre: Old Time, Cajun, Early Country
Nadine Landry and Stephen “Sammy” Lind play traditional fiddle music that has been passed on for hundreds of years, classics of the south west Louisiana Cajun dance halls and songs that could have filled a 50s smoky bar jukebox. Alternating between fiddle,

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Nathan Smith & Emilyn Stam

ON
Genre: Folk, Traditional
Traditions swirl and intermingle in the music of multi-instrumentalists Nathan Smith and Emilyn Stam. Drawn together by their shared love of québecois fiddle and piano music, Nathan and Emilyn’s combined influences and pursuits include bluegrass, old-time, Scandinavian, and Western European traditional music.

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Nation of Two

Winnipeg, MB
Founding member of The Duhks, fierce songbird Jessee Havey and partner Nathaniel Good have found so much to see inside each other that they have formed a musical Nation of Two. Their partnership in life is mirrored in their musical lives as they perform as two halves of the same whole.

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Old Paint Duo

BC
Genre: Americana, country, old time, folk, singer songwriter
OLD PAINT DUO is Miriam Sonstenes and Jeff Dill who have been making acoustic music steeped in American roots traditions for over a decade. Using the guitar and fiddle as their base and leaping off point these two serve up old country songs,

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Peter Paul Van Camp & Steve Cormier

BC/New Mexico
Genre: Cowboy songs, Poetry
Cowboy music is about the human condition, western version. Cormier’s music is mainly old and traditional cowboy fare and reflects his nine years as a ranch and farm hand. His music is also informed from teaching American history twenty-two years.

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Quote the Raven

Conception Bay South, NL
Genre: Folk Pop
Newfoundland folk duo Quote The Raven has made an immediate and emphatic statement with their long-awaited debut album.
Aptly titled Golden Hour, Quote The Raven’s studio debut is the physical embodiment of right place, right time, right people.

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Raine Hamilton

Genre: Acoustic Chamber Folk
Raine Hamilton writes resonant, acoustic chamber folk with an otherworldly edge, and a lyric presence that cuts deep. Prism-clear vocals and strings; A combination of vocal agility and power. Raine recently received a 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award for Emerging Artist of the Year.

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Rakish

Boston, MA
Genre: Celtic
Rakish, comprised of world-class fiddler Maura Shawn Scanlin and dynamic folk guitarist Conor Hearn, performs an integrated mix of Irish and Scottish fiddle tunes, original compositions, and baroque music. From the traditional Irish tune Rakish Paddy, the name aptly suits the duo and their shared background in traditional Irish and Scottish music.

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Ray Cooper

Sweden
Genre: Story-led singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist folk/celtic
I sing with the cello (standing), guitar and mandolin and I also play harmonica. If there is a piano in the house I will play that too.
I play mostly my own songs with a few trad. I am Scottish/English/Irish but I now live in Sweden.

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Richard Inman & Amber Rose

MB
Richard Inman is quickly becoming a staple of Winnipeg’s folk and
country scene. with a rich baritone voice and delicate musical touch,
he crafts mature songs that feel at once deeply familiar and bracingly
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Spitting his time between south eastern Manitoba and central Alberta,

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Rick Fines

ON
Steeped in roots music, Rick Fines crafts a unique blend of warm-hearted blues, juke joint folk, and dockside soul that both embraces and defies the genres that influence him. As a veteran of the North American blues and folk circuits, he engages audiences with captivating songs, diverse guitar styling and his signature vocal growl.

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Rosemary Lawton

NL
Genre: Traditional, Celtic, Folk
Rosemary Lawton, MusicNL Celtic/Traditional and Female Artist of the Year nominee, is an up-and-coming force within the Newfoundland music scene.

Her music is a hybrid of both classical and traditional genres. There is a underlying hint of classical influence in her unique arrangements of both traditional songs and her original compositions.

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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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Rugged Little Thing

SK
Genre: Old Time Folk Bluegrass
Saskatoon’s Rugged Little Thing blends together a perfect cocktail of Old Time, Bluegrass, and Folk Music that feels like home.

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Scott Nolan

Winnipeg, MB
Decades into a musical exploration that plucked him from a troubled youth, allowing him to travel the world, garner acclaim as a singer-songwriter, and have his songs recorded by some of the artists he respects most, the 44-year-old Winnipegger has experienced a “mid-life evolution.”

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Shari Ulrich

Genre: SmartComtemporary Folk- Singer songwriter
I have been a touring multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter for over 45 years and love it more than EVER! I have released 26 albums both solo and with The Pied Pumkin, The Hometown Band, Ulrich Henderson Forbes (UHF), Bentall Taylor Ulrich (BTU) and The High Bar Gang.

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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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Suzie Vinnick

ON
Genre: Roots & Blues
A Saskatoon native transplanted to the Niagara Region of Ontario Roots and Blues singer Suzie Vinnick is a 3X Juno Nominee, a CFMA Award winner plus she has also won 10 Maple Blues Awards (she has been nominated for 22 so far).

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Sweet Alibi

MB
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

NL
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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Terry Gillespie

ON
Genre: Blues, Soul, R&B, Funk, Reggae
Terry Gillespie has sometimes been called a musical shaman, Canada’s king of roots music and even Mr. Groove — and all for good reason. There is no showboating, no over-the-top guitar pyrotechnics. His live performances are both laid back and powerful and passionate;

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The Navigators

NL
THE NAVIGATORS hail from the rocky shores of Newfoundland, Canada. They have three albums (the most recent being the 2011 release ‘Soldiers and Sailors’); toured Canada, the US and Europe; were nominated for an East Coast Music Award; and won a MUSICNL Award for Folk/Roots Group of the Year.

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The Schotts

Genre: Bluegrass, Folk, Singer Songwriter, Canadiana, Roots
Darrin and Alison are a picking, singing and song writing duo from South Western Ontario who bring beautiful harmonies and world-class musicianship to their unique blend of country, bluegrass and folk music. They’ve honed their chops playing in clubs and festivals across Canada and Europe,

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Tom Mindte, Mason Via & Ben Somerville

MD
Genre: Bluegrass
Mindte is a seasoned, flexible vocalist with enviable mastery of the mandolin and a repertoire that ranges across a multitude of musical genres. Via is a new exciting voice on the scene, combining his Southern musical heritage with a rage for exploring new musical creations and fluid finger work on the guitar.

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Two Piano Tornado

YT
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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Veranda

Montreal, QC
Genre: Bluegrass/Country/Folk
Veranda is a collaboration between Catherine-Audrey Lachapelle and Léandre Joly-Pelletier. With their first EP recorded in early 2019, Veranda presents original songs that blend traditional and contemporary, simplicity and virtuosity. Their music is filled with sweet harmonies and soulful melodies. From high lonesome bluegrass to intimate folk ballads,

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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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