Jaron Freeman-Fox and his band The Opposite of Everything somehow combine bluegrass with Indian music, African beats with sea shanties, or klezmer with the blues, and make it sound like the most natural thing in the world. Fronted by maniac violin virtuoso Jaron Freeman-FoxRead more ...
Kevin John Cook
From greasy blues to country soul this western Canadian roots artist delivers the real thing. An accomplished guitarist with a signature dusty voice, the real gold is in his lyrics. Cooks tales of dark beauty tempered with an offbeat sense of humour will captivate you.Read more ...
Showcasing well-crafted songs about self-renewal, empowerment, love and life, Angela delves into humanistic and honest themes laden with catchy hooks and memorable melodies. Whip up Sara Bareilles, sprinkle in some Sheryl Crow, and top with a sour cherry candy; the result is “angelic vocals with just a little stomp.” (Cadence Canada Magazine)
BLOG. Do you, like me, hate it when you go to a restaurant for a good meal and the tablecloth is dirty, wet raincoats hanging over the seats and you can not separate the waiter from the dishwasher guy? But you pay for this meal. You just go to a restaurant for a good meal in a clean and hospitable environment. You just want a good meal and great service for your money!
In 2011, the group Myrol was followed by a video crew during their trip to Lithuania. For the second time they had been invited as one of the headliners at the biggest Country festival in the Baltic's. The documentary gives an impression of their trip to the festival with a glimpse of their actions before and during the live show with an audience of ten thousand people.
Are you planning to tour in Europe next year? Festivals start planning right after the summer and will make their finale decision at the end of the year. Many may not know this but live music venues are booking about two years ahead and theatre venues book between August and November to fill their programs for the next theatre season next year September to May.
Just as in ordinary life, the music business is all about the contacts you have and the people you know. Now, you have recorded and produced a wonderful album and your are proud, but if no one hears or sees it the production will hardly reach a larger scale. We know you are no business people and rather busy with creating new stuff but do spend some time on Social Media.
The new album, "Double Mind", from Toronto musician David Celia, is a collection of songs written and developed while maintaining a busy touring schedule across Europe and North America. Entirely self-financed and produced, the album seems to embrace a diversity of genres from the past while at the same time managing to sound completely fresh and current.