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Sam Lewis

Sam Lewis has collaborated with everyone from Leon Russell to The Wood Brothers. Chris Stapleton dubbed him “a modern day Townes Van Zandt”.  He often labels with some form of the word “soulful” (some comparing his voice to molasses). Lewis’ style meets at a juncture of many genres, however, he has discovered what most musicians spend lifetimes working for; the place …

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Blue Moon Marquee

Blue Moon Marquee is a Gypsy Blues band born of the wild rose foothills of Alberta. They currently make their home in an island shack on the coast of the Salish Sea ,British Columbia. A.W. Cardinal (vocals/guitar) and Jasmine Colette a.k.a. Badlands Jass (vocals/bass/drums) write and perform original compositions influenced by anything that swings, jumps or grooves. Artists such as …

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B.C. World Music Collective

Adonis Puentes, Celso Machado, Tonye Aganaba, Kurai Blessing, JP Carter, Locarno (Tom Landa, Pedro Mota, Robin Layne, Liam MacDonald, Nick La Riviere, Kalissa Landa, JeanSe LeDoujet) and First Nations (St?:lo/St’át’imc/Nlaka’pamux Territories) rapper, Ostwelve The project first began in the summer of 2015, when the artists were asked to come together to perform at the Vancouver Island Music Festival. After an …

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Lúnasa

Lúnasa is internationally acknowledged as being the finest traditional Irish instrumental band of recent times. They are renowned for their stunning shows honed by superb musicianship and a constant touring cycle, performing over 1,500 shows across 36 countries since the band formed in 1997. The band has appeared at internationally renowned venues such as The Hollywood Bowl, National Concert Hall …

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Corb Lund

Hailing from the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada, and with a family lineage of ranchers and rodeo people, Lund is about as authentic as they come. Embracing his Western heritage through his music, Lund has been known to touch on a range of cowboy themes past and present – from rough-and-tumble tales of lawless frontier saloons, to the somber realities …