A Saskatoon native transplanted to the Niagara Region of Ontario, Suzie Vinnick is the proud owner of a gorgeous voice, prodigious guitar and bass chops, and an engagingly candid performance style. Click for HERE for more information.
In 2001, John Wort Hannam quit his teaching job and spent 10 months depleting his savings while sitting at his kitchen table, wearing a lucky hat, writing his first ten songs. Those songs would become his first recording Pocket Full Of Holes, released in 2003. Click HERE for more information.
Diyet & The Love Soldiers is alternative country, folk, roots and traditional with catchy melodies and stories deeply rooted in Diyet’s Indigenous world view and northern life. Diyet sings in both English and Southern Tutchone (her native language) and and plays bass guitar. Click HERE for more information.
Canadian collective The Hello Darlins, dubbed “the Broken Social Scene of Americana” release their first full-length LP Go By Feel on June 11, 2021. With over 450,000 combined Spotify streams for their initial three singles, it’s safe to say there’s a lot of anticipation for their debut album. Click HERE for more information.
Four ferocious players, masterful composition, and a genre-bending sound — Juno award-winning The Fretless is a Canadian quartet that has firmly taken its place on the map to a progressive form of “trad”. Click HERE for more.
Michael Bernard Fitzgerald is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has collected an audience of fans across North America. He is drawn to simple honest words and has a genuine smile. Click HERE for more information.
Sarah Hagen premiered her one-woman musical comedy show to critical acclaim in the summer of 2016, touring it to various Canadian fringe festivals. Described as “one of the best hours I’ve ever spent at the Fringe” [The Coast (Halifax)], “Perk up, pianist!” tells the tale of a touring classical musician remaining optimistic in the midst of challenging and ridiculous situations. Click HERE for more information.