19 results for tag: Americana

Roy Earl Anderson

Roy Earl Anderson’s songwriting echoes the countless hours spent enjoying music with family and friends in living-room jam sessions, singing across the waters of northern rivers, or soaking in the musical camaraderieof the campfire. One half of the AndersonBurko songwriting duo, Roy returns to perform at the Bassment as a ... Read More

Mallory Chipman

Award-winning singer-songwriter Mallory Chipman has never shied away from making music outside the box. Possessing genre-bending tendencies and a powerful sound, her story-driven songwriting has been described as “some of the finest folk rock currently being made” by Amplify Music Magazine. No stranger to the road, Mallory ... Read More

Darrell Burko and the B Sharp Band

Darrell Burko has been a frequent performer on the Bassment stage over the last 15 years, most often as one half of AndersonBurko. In 2022, he released a solo album at the club with songs deftly moving between folk, country, blues, and rock. This time around, Darrell and his band will perform selections from the AndersonBurko ... Read More

Carla and the Carraratones

Singer-songwriter Carla Carignan was born into a large musical family and began her career as a vocalist with Saskatchewan country singer Big George Moody. She has appeared on the #1 West television show and as a band member, performer, and co-host of the Prince Albert Country North Show. She and brother Clint Carignan have ... Read More

Ray Bonneville

Acclaimed raconteur Ray Bonneville strips his bluesy Americana down to its essentials and steeps it in the humid grooves of the South, creating a compelling poetry of hard living and deep feeling. His ninth release, At King Electric, delivers more than his trademark grit and groove. Songs such as “The Next Card to Fall” and ... Read More

WiL & CO

What happens when you combine a fiery, silver bearded frontman with mad acoustic guitar skills and a super skilled & chilled drummer? You get the Indie folk outfit known simply as WiL & CO.  Not one for school, WiL’s youth consisted of skateboarding and listening to music; everything from the country twang of Chet ... Read More

Sean Burns & Lost Country

A dedicated country music historian and preservationist, Sean Burns waves the flag of hardcore Honky-Tonk in a fashion unmatched by most of his peers. Since 2010 he has toured coast-to-coast across Canada and into the United States almost always reaching the 125-show mark annually. With a dedicated following across Western ... Read More

Romi Mayes Sing the Songs of Lucinda Williams

When Romi Mayes first heard Lucinda Williams’ album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, she found Lucinda’s songs to be gritty, sexy, loose, and breathy and that they were for her inspiring and achievable. Now after more than 20 years of talking about it, Romi has rounded up her band to celebrate Lucinda Williams’ 70th birthday ... Read More

Little Miss Higgins

Born in Brooks, Alberta and raised in Independence, Kansas, Little Miss Higgins (aka Jolene Higgins) began her life in music early. “When I was about four my dad brought home an old mini-grand piano and told me it was mine. I carved my name in the side of it and then I had to start taking piano lessons.” Now with guitar and ... Read More

Del Barber

With five Western Canadian Music Award wins and a plethora of nominations for JUNO Awards and Canadian Folk Music Awards, Del Barber has spent the past 14 years patiently shaping the folk music canon in Canada. Del’s previous six albums have been critically acclaimed and the latest, Stray Dogs, finds him bridging the past and ... Read More