118 results for tag: Acoustic Guitar

The Slocan Ramblers

The reigning champions of Canadian bluegrass, The Slocan Ramblers are back showcasing their unique   blend of bluegrass, old-time, and folk. The band’s three albums, including the JUNO-nominated Queen City Jubilee, are marked by deep song-writing, lightning fast instrumentals, and sawdust-thick vocals. This show will ... Read More

Belle Plaine

Singer-songwriter Belle Plaine has built a loyal following and has played gigs at Folk Alliance International, JUNOfest and the Regina Folk Festival. A career musician who relishes sharing her voice and her songs with the world, Belle returns to play tunes from her four recordings.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v... Read More

J.P. Cormier

Bluegrass, folk, country, and Celtic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist J.P. Cormier has won 13 East Coast Music Awards in his remarkable 37-year career. With recording credits on fiddle, dobro, twelve-string guitar, upright bass, banjo, mandolin, drums, percussion, synthesizer, cello, tenor banjo and piano, he has ... Read More

The Local Group

Taking its name from the cluster of galaxies containing the Milky Way, the Local Group plays music of astronomical proportions. With roots in rural Saskatchewan and Australia, the quartet puts a unique spin on traditional acoustic music, including bluegrass, Celtic, classic country, and Canadiana. Spotlighting hot banjo, ... Read More

Canadian Fiddle Revue

While dedicated to the musical roots of the fiddle repertoire, the Canadian Fiddle Revue also embraces the new fiddle music destined to become part of the tradition. The Revue showcases the talents of perennial favourites J.J. Guy, Daniel Koulack, Troy MacGillivray, and Gordon Stobbe. This year’s featured performers are ... Read More

The Garrys

A trio of sisters from Saskatoon, the Garrys return to play an entertaining evening of garage surf-pop doom-wop. The influence of early Beatles and Dick Dale creates a heavy and hypnotic blend of blood harmonies and classic garage surf on morphine. If Ed Sullivan went on a date with the Shangri-Las, they would eat ice cream ... Read More

Big Dave McLean

Much revered and loved by blues fans across Canada, JUNO Award winner Big Dave McLean has been hooting, hollering, and testifying through every juke joint and dance hall across the country more times than he can remember. The undisputed heavyweight of Canadian Prairie blues, he took his first guitar lesson from John Hammond and ... Read More

The Barrelmen

Back to play their annual December gig at The Bassment, The Barrelmen - Berkeley Buchko, Jody Giesbrecht, Tyler MacKenzie, and Craig Wilson - consistently deliver great original tunes, some fine singing and playing, and a rockin' party. Just to make sure everyone is on the same page, sometimes the Barrelmen’s ultra-enthusia... Read More

The Barrelmen

Back to play their annual December gig at The Bassment, The Barrelmen - Berkeley Buchko, Jody Giesbrecht, Tyler MacKenzie, and Craig Wilson - consistently deliver great original tunes, some fine singing and playing, and a rockin' party. Just to make sure everyone is on the same page, sometimes the Barrelmen’s ultra-enthusia... Read More

Matt Patershuk

Matt Patershuk is different from other roots artists in how he carefully avoids well-worn topics: if songs about land, work, and love lost sound familiar, his perspective on these themes is highly individual. A songwriter adept at sensitively finding new angles to express the hard times we go through, Patershuk is also able to ... Read More