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. ‘Where We Were’ was released through Signpost Music (Steve Bell) and was followed up by an eight month tour opening for and singing in Steve Bell’s band across Canada in 2008-2009.

Winnipeg’s bilingual singer-songwriter Justin Lacroix infuses the timeless sounds of folk, roots-rock and blues with expansive vocals and imaginative guitar riffs. Through his stories of love, loss and life on the road, Justin delivers a message of optimism and connection to the world around him.
Whether as a solo act or joined by long-time bandmates, Justin leaves you with a show that is authentic and uplifting.
Nominated for both WCMA (2016) and Trille Or (2017) awards, Justin has engaged with festival audiences from coast to coast and in Europe, including Live from the Rock (Red Rock, ON), Festival du Voyageur (Winnipeg, MB), Snow King Festival (Yellowknife, NWT), Festival OFF Avignon (Avignon, France) and in 2017: Pride Festival, Trout Forest Music Festival, South Country Fair (AB) , Edmonton Chant’ (AB), Hay Days Festival, Dauphin Country Fest as well as the Canada Summer Games.
After Tout dans ta tête (EP, 2015) and Ticket To Tokyo (EP, 2016), his acoustic solo album Sweet Time of Mine was co-produced with his best friend and bandmate, Joël Perreault and released in February 2018.

Performances
Date Show
October 15, 2019 Whitehorse Valleyview
October 16, 2019 Atlin
October 17, 2019 Teslin
October 18, 2019 Whitehorse Deer Creek
October 19, 2019 Haines Junction
October 20, 2019 Whitehorse – North of Ordinary Experience Centre
October 21, 2019 Carmacks
October 22, 2019 Faro
October 23, 2019 Mayo
October 24, 2019 Dawson City Menzies
October 25, 2019 Dawson City Senior’s Centre
October 26, 2019 Inuvik