82 results for tag: Vocals

Back of the Bus

Specializing in classic and contemporary Celtic music with Scottish, Irish, and East Coast roots, Back of the Bus plays at ceilidhs, festivals, pubs, and is a favourite at Robbie Burns Nights and FolkFest. The band features Jim Walls (guitar/vocals), Sheila Vaadeland (guitar/vocals), Anna Bekolay (fiddle/vocals), Kathi Davis-... Read More

Sonia Reid Noble

A pastor’s daughter with a story to tell, Sonia Reid Noble started singing and playing piano at the age of eight. Her talent and dedication enabled her to earn a Bachelor of Arts in music at Redeemer University College and to work professionally across Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean. Sonia’s Bassment ... Read More

Sonia Reid Noble

A pastor’s daughter with a story to tell, Sonia Reid Noble started singing and playing piano at the age of eight. Her talent and dedication enabled her to earn a Bachelor of Arts in music at Redeemer University College and to work professionally across Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean. Sonia’s Bassment ... Read More

Jack Semple & Dave Chobot

Saskatchewan’s Dynamic Duo of funk, jazz, soul, blues, pop, rock, and every other modern genre you could mention, Jack Semple and Dave Chobot return to our stage to play a night of their favourite tunes. Jack and Dave have played so many gigs together that they could probably play a gig while taking a nap. But don’t worry, ... Read More

Anderson Burko

Acoustic guitars, mandolin, harmonica, and two voices around a campfire is the way Darrell Burko and Roy Anderson started to make music. It is to these roots that they return – old songs the way they began and new songs stripped to their essence. Joining in are Daryl Pierce on bass and vocals and special guests. SPONSORED ... Read More

Jessica Robinson Sings Eva Cassidy

Since her untimely passing in 1996, singer Eva Cassidy’s reputation as one of the greatest interpreters of jazz, blues, folk, gospel, country, rock, and pop songs has grown steadily. Eva’s ability to fashion incredibly beautiful and unique arrangements has created a legacy that lives on in the hearts of her followers. One ... Read More

West of Mabou

Named after a small town in Nova Scotia that is the hub of Celtic culture in Canada, West of Mabou performs lively dance music steeped in the rich traditions of Scottish and Cape Breton fiddle and pipe tunes. The band combines the talents of Scott Benson (fiddle), Roberta Wallace (fiddle), Alex Rasmussen (pipes/whistles), ... Read More

Eileen Laverty (SOLD OUT)

An inspired singer and storyteller, Eileen Laverty has entertained audiences across Canada and Ireland. Her unique brand of folk music has led to television and film features and landed her performances with a diverse range of artists, including Kenny Rogers, Tom Cochrane, and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra. Accompanied by ... Read More

Ryan McNally Trio

Raised in rural Quebec, south of Montreal along the U.S. border, Ryan McNally began pursuing music at the age of 10 when he first picked up the guitar. Fast forward to the present and Ryan can't be kept off Canadian stages as he continues to pursue his passion for studying acoustic traditional blues, jazz, and old-time music. ... Read More

Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys

Winners of the 2014 East Coast Music Award for Roots Traditional Group Recording of the Year, Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys serve up a neat balance of traditional tunes and well-crafted group originals. Exemplifying the term natural showman, Gordie MacKeeman is an ace fiddle player aptly nicknamed “crazy legs” for ... Read More