17 results for tag: Vocal Harmony

The Trudel Family

Rooted in the sweet sounds of classic country and bluegrass gospel, the Trudel Family’s love for music is evident whenever and wherever they hit the stage. Their spine-tingling harmonies and set list of old-time hits gets listeners of all ages smiling and tapping toes. Whether it’s in the kitchen or on the stage, The ... Read More

Union Duke

Folk quintet Union Duke bridges soulful indie-rock with bluegrass and country, belting out soaring harmonies in three and four parts. Their songs are irresistible with a heartbreak of twang and a bootshake of rock and roll. Union Duke is two-fifths city, two-fifths country, and one-fifth whiskey. Saskatoon's Lost Highway ... Read More

Ghostboy: Defresne & Young

Multiple award winning studio and live performance musicians Denis Dufresne (vocal, fiddle, etc.) and Aaron Young (vocal, guitar, etc.) have moved from the back of the stage to the front to form Ghostboy. Part of the original cast of fiddle super group Barrage, they have since backed up the cream of Canadian country, folk, and ... Read More

The Once

Newfoundland has a storied history of stunning songwriters, poets, and players. Over the course of the last decade The Once have writ and knit themselves into that story. With three Canadian Folk Music Awards, numerous ECMA awards, and two JUNO nominations, the group is now at the vanguard of contemporary Canadian folk music. ... Read More

Jimmy Rankin

One of the most famed Canadian songwriters, Jimmy Rankin wrote such classic Rankin Family hits as “North Country,” “You Feel The Same Way Too,” and the JUNO winning single “Fare Thee Well Love,” voted the #1 East Coast song of all time by CBC listeners across Canada. He has recently left Nashville and returned to ... Read More

The Claire Lynch Band

Long recognized and praised as a creative force in acoustic music, Claire Lynch is an artist who continually pushes the boundaries of the bluegrass genre. With three GRAMMY nominations and seven International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, Claire’s songs have been recorded by Patty Loveless, Kathy Mattea, and The Whites. ... Read More

The Slocan Ramblers

Rooted in the tradition, fearlessly creative, and possessing a bold, dynamic sound, The Slocan Ramblers have quickly become a bright light on the Canadian roots music scene. Returning for their fourth visit to The Bassment, the Ramblers have a well-earned reputation for energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship, and having ... Read More

Andrew Collins Trio

“Light of touch, fast of wit, copiously imaginative, and a musical scholar of the highest distinction, Toronto mandolin virtuoso pulls out all the stops” Toronto Star “To call Andrew Collins a master of the mandolin would be putting it mildly.– 4/5 stars" Exclaim! Magazine #1 Canadian artist receiving airplay ... Read More

Annie Lou

Songwriter, composer, and performer Annie Lou possesses a deeply felt connection to older folk music traditions. With guitar and banjo in hand, she has spent years chronicling the rural and urban life paths of Canada, writing songs to tell the tales of the hard-hit, hard-won victories of these working-class men and women. Annie ... Read More

The Lonesome Ace Stringband

The Lonesome Ace Stringband brings grit, skill, and abandon to old-time Appalachian folk songs and fiddle/banjo tunes. Band members Chris Coole (banjo), John Showman (fiddle), and Max Heineman (bass) share a deep respect for the roots of the music, a keen sense of innovation to the performance and material, and a passion for ... Read More