6 results for tag: Folk Rock

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

Southern Cross: The Songs of Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young

Three of Saskatoon’s most respected vocalists and musical collaborators, B.C. Read, Brent Taylor, and Kelly Read, have joined forces to recreate the legendary sound of the 60s first true supergroup–Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. Southern Cross promises an evening of nostalgia, tasty acoustic guitar licks, and superb ... Read More

Jesse Roper

Canadian rocker Jesse Roper is adding his voice to the chants and his fist to the air with the release of his new single Right Now. Working closely with famed JUNO-nominated producer Gus van Go on a new collection of songs has pushed Roper into creating some of his best work. Jesse’s unique, soulful vocals call to mind dusty, ... Read More

The Garrys – SOLD OUT!

A trio of sisters from Saskatoon, the Garrys play 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 sandwiches and dance to the Garrys. The ... Read More

Oscar’s Hollow

Oscar's Hollow revisits the musical chemistry between old high school friends Lee Harris and Kris Mihilewicz in a way reminiscent of Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor. With Kurt Burnett (drums), Byron Shaw (bass), and Darryl Dozlaw (keyboards), the band’s folk-rock sound evokes comparisons to the Band and early Wilco. ... Read More

Del Barber

An independent folk, folk rock, Americana, and alternative country singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer, Del Barber returns to The Bassment with his trio to play selections from his ever-expanding collections of songs. Del is no stranger to finding inspiration in the cultural backdrop of Canada and on his latest ... Read More