Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Montreal band releases its first filled with blues, jazz, and southern songwriting.
Darwin Baker talks about how the Crooked Brothers came together, what it was like to finally play the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and discusses some songs from their new album.
Brendt Thomas Diabo plays the music he grew up listening to and has discovered that the rockabilly, country, and blues genres are as popular as ever.
One final round of pictures from jazz fest… we couldn’t resist. Vintage Trouble by Marcia Lafortune. Vintage Trouble photo by Marcia Lafortune Vintage Trouble [read on]
Montreal blues/folk songster Adam Karch talks about his newly released album as well as performance and process.
Solid performance by Ontario duo in support of their first French album.
The Grove and Engines of Peace rock Il Motore with their groovy-jazzy-hard rocking sound.
MonkeyJunk talks about how good friends came together to form the band.
Australian touring musician Kim Churchill is relaxed and happy on stage. His cheerful vibe comes through in interviews too.
Head of the Herd plays Petit Campus with new tunes from its latest album.