Headlining folk circuits around the globe, Emmy award nominee Ruthie Foster has shared the stage with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, the Allman Brothers and Susan Tedeschi. Her soulful voice combines a taste of blues with the gospel of the American South in an intimate night with this talented songstress.
This charismatic, globetrotting trio are the most successful classical crossover act to emerge from Ireland. They sing songs they love, and they most certainly don’t take themselves too seriously. It’s all about the music, the harmonies and the fun.
This charismatic globetrotting trio are the most successful classical crossover act to emerge from Ireland, singing songs they love and not taking themselves too seriously. For The Celtic Tenors, it’s all about the music, the harmonies and the fun. The Celtic Tenors will perform songs such as Danny Boy, You Raise Me Up, Nessum Dorma and other favourites. With a renowned international reputation and over a million CDs sold worldwide, The Celtic Tenors offer a truly unique performance.
Multi Award-Winning husband and wife duo Twin Flames combines Jaaji an Inuk/Mohawk from Nunavik and Chelsey a Métis from Ottawa. Together they take the audience on a musical journey across Canada and the Arctic. Two time Winners of the Canadian Folk music Award for Aboriginal Songwriters of the year 2016 and 2017 they push the boundaries of “Contemporary Folk” and incorporate both Western and traditional instruments. Feature songs by Twin Flames are written in Inuttitut, English and French. Their goal is to further introduce people from around the world to their beautiful cultures, harmonies and powerful songwriting.
There’s something compelling and immediately likeable about Trevor Panczak and his music. The Alberta-based and award winning country music entertainer writes, interprets and records songs that speak to one’s heart in a way that is simple and soulful with an appeal to a broad array of music fans. In simple terms, Panczak is as real and honest as you can get. His new album, Where I Go to Come Back, is a collection of 13 songs that are a perfectly balanced blend of old-school country storytelling with the feel and textures of modern recording.
Using their tuneful and silly escapism comedy, The Arrogant Worm is a laugh a minute! Comedy, music and so much more with the Arrogant Worms for St. Patrick’s Day
Formerly one half of gold selling Canadian duo McMaster & James, Luke McMaster cut his teeth on some of the biggest acts of the day, including sharing the stage with Randy Bachman, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and more. McMaster’s first love has always been singing, performing and connecting with his audience. In his latest solo project: ICONS OF SOUL, McMaster has taken the Motown and soul influence that has always imbued his music to a new level. ICONS uniquely marries contemporary song writing with legendary hits. You’ll be treated to brand new music so catchy that you will be snapping and singing along like you’ve known them all your life, along with McMaster’s greatest hits.
Tim Isberg – ‘Running On The Edge’ CD Release
“..with well-crafted lyrics and engaging music, Tim achieves a genuine and sincere rapport with his audience… and his story-telling gains rapt attention”
Gavin Farmer, Artistic Director, Festival Place Theatre
Originally from southern Alberta, Tim Isberg is an accomplished singer-songwriter and ACMA Male Artist of the Year nominee emerging in the scene after a lengthy hiatus from music to serve in the Canadian Army. From Rwanda to Afghanistan, Tim experienced many personal challenges while immersed in different cultures and conflicts, and amid the best and worst humanity has to offer. Many of his story-teller songs stem from these life adventures, which he shares in a way that makes each listener feel connected.
“Running on the Edge” is Tim’s third full length album, and follows his sophomore ‘Tears Along The Road’ album selected as a Top 25 Favourite by Music Canada.
Tickets available at YEG Live, and Myhre’s Music Edmonton
Enjoy a wonderful show in an intimate setting. Only 70 seats available for this performance!
A prairie troubadour, Maddie Storvold is an emerging singer/storyteller from Edmonton, AB. With emotive finger picking, and a honeyed, impassioned voice, her music seeks to tell a story, to challenge us and to touch a fragile part of the human spirit. As a live performer, Storvold has been described as having a “commanding stage presence, a quirky sense of humor, and knack for capturing moments in song.” Tough and sweet like gravel in honey, Storvold is harkening in a new era of folk icons.