5 results for tag: Old-Time

Way North

Formed in Brooklyn in 2014, Way North is the best kind of musical collaboration - one born out of the joy of playing together. Consisting of Canadians Petr Cancura (sax), Rebecca Hennessy (trumpet), Michael Herring (bass), and American Richie Barshay (drums), Way North uses jazz and improvisation as a means of exploring folk ... Read More

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

Rural Roots Trio

The Rural Roots Trio plays music from the one-room school dances of old with a modern flair. Featuring award-winning fiddler JJ Guy from Lintlaw, award-winning fiddler Lucas Welsh from Blaine Lake, and back-up pianist Cathy Sproule from Lafleche, the Trio will have you tapping your toes and up on the dance floor in no time! ... Read More

The Fretless

Winners of the 2017 JUNO for Instrumental Album of Year, the Fretless’ goal is to expand the rhythmic, harmonic, melodic, and arrangement style of folk genres using only string instruments. Band members Trent Freeman, Karrnnel, Ben Plotnick, and Eric Wright transform traditional fiddle tunes and folk melodies into intricate, ... Read More

Andrew Collins Trio

Ground-breaking roots musician Andrew Collins has teamed up with multi-instrumentalists Mike Mezzatesta and James McEleney to create music that blurs the lines between bluegrass, jazz, old-time, folk, Celtic and classical. The trio displays amazing versatility, trading off on mandolin, mandola, mandocello, fiddle, guitar, and ... Read More