177 results for tag: Acoustic Guitar

Misery Mountain Boys

Born in the remote, river-laced hills of Northern Alberta, the Misery Mountain Boys is the black sheep brainchild of frontman Steven Gevenich, accompanied by Lindsey Bueckert (bass), Sam Toms (clarinet /sax), and Ethan Markwart (drums). You might hear the tunes of the Misery Mountain Boys drifting from behind a rotating ... Read More

Flamenco Borealis: Cinco Candelas

Flamenco Borealis celebrates its fifth appearance at the Bassment with Cinco Candelas (Five Candles). The award-winning company launches its 2024 Borealis Flamenco Festival Series with a riveting performance of flamenco music and dance. Hear thunderous footwork commanding soaring melodies. Feel the resonance of the Andalusian ... Read More

Daniel Champagne

Daniel Champagne lives and breathes live music. Described as “a leading light in acoustic music,” Daniel picked up the guitar as a five-year-old following in the footsteps of his musical father. He began writing songs at 12, training classically throughout his teens, and performing wherever he could. At 18, he finished ... Read More

Dallas Alexander

Hailing from a rough-and-tumble backwoods upbringing in Fishing Lake Métis Settlement in Northern Alberta, Dallas Alexander weaves his Métis roots with stories amassed over a decade-plus career serving in a tier-one special operations unit in the Canadian military. Dallas serves up a unique sound and country music lovers are ... Read More

Wyndham Thiessen & the HIgh Flying Riders of ʼ73

From his early days touring as Bone Man Slim, a role as bluegrass consultant for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, and to a recent stint playing cello backing up the Eagles, Wyndham Thiessen has followed his wide-ranging musical interests down a meandering path. While his considerable abilities on cello, lap steel, and banjo ... Read More

Back of the Bus

Back of the Bus began in the rear of a bus on a pipe band trip, where the late evenings were filled with songs and fun. Today the band offers classic and contemporary Celtic and folk music with Scottish, Irish, and East Coast roots. Known for solid vocals, sweetly blended harmonies, and authentic Celtic and maritime sounds, ... Read More

The Andrew Collins Trio

Over the years mandolin whiz Andrew Collins has gathered five JUNO nominations and seven Canadian Folk Music Awards. Lately he’s been zeroing in on the work he does with his trio mates Mike Mezzatesta (guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and mandola) and James McEleney (bass, mandocello, and vocals). Showcasing a popular fusion of ... Read More

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 set list is marked by thoughtful songwriting, lightning fast-instrumentals, and sawdust-thick vocals. This show will feature the Ramblers at the top of their game playing ... Read More

Maria Dunn & Joe Jencks

2022 JUNO award winner Maria Dunn and Joe Jencks have teamed up for a select number of concerts featuring songs of hope, courage, love and triumph. These singer-songwriters represent the finest traditions in music that is socially aware, musically engaged, and filled with heart and purpose. Spanning numerous musical styles and ... Read More

Joe Nolan

Edmonton singer-songwriter Joe Nolan's live performances are electrifying and memorable. His deep lyrics, emotional delivery and storytelling make his audiences laugh and cry. Acclaimed by the Globe and Mail as an "Americana wunderkind,” Joe has collaborated with JUNO award-winning producers Colin Linden and Hawksley Workman. ... Read More