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Label: Icon/Fontana North/ Universal and Rounder Europe (Continental CRS) and Col-me (Europe)
Manager: little red hen productions canada firstname.lastname@example.org, Mc-Ent management
Bio: Any shorthand attempts to classify MYROL, usually describe them, as something along the lines of “Americana” or “Roots” or “Alt Country” -none of which are necessarily improper. They were best described at Junofest as “Fusion Country”. They offer a grass roots level music, which is considered ... See Full BioMore Info
Sean Brewer Kevin Cook Scott Cook Barb Dwyer fl3m The Joe Jungal Locomotive Ghost Jim & Penny Malmberg Carolyn Mark Brett Miles Myrol One Percent Yellow The Pleading Hearts Sparrow Shradda Robbie Taylor Amy Theissen Artists Performing in 2012: Third Branch The Time Flies Toby Tonona Benny Walker
Wild Oats and Notes returns every two years to the Schultz farmstead in the Ketchamoot district, just south of Tofield, Alberta. Close to a thousand friends and relatives descend upon the yard in celebration of live music, agriculture, and all things rural. 2010 marks the seventh edition of the festival, a non-profit venture that invests net proceeds into the local community in a number of ways. Wild Oats and Notes cultivates a taste for live performances while embracing the values of rural living and respect for the land. It’s also a hell of a lot of fun.
North Country Fair Afterbender!!! Details on http://www.scottcook.net/news.php.
The Travelling Mabels are a folk/country female trio full of spirit, spunk and laughter with a new highly anticipated second CD ready for the 2011-2013 touring season. Winners of the ACMA Group of the Year award for 2011. Collectively, their songs bring a wealth of life experience to the stage. Singularly, each woman can vocally stand alone, but once you hear the combined harmony blend, you will know why these three women came together. The beauty of the Mabels is that they represent three generations of women. This has opened the door to a dynamic energy both musically and in the rapport with the audiences that most wouldn't experience every day Mother-daughter folk duo Myrol sings pure-hearted Canadian country that has garnered fans all over the continent and across the pond. Haley Rose Myrol lets us in on the records that soundtrack her life both at home and on the road.
The Hideout is the place to be in Red Deer on April 21st. Jane Hawley is introducing her long anticipated new CD "Aunt Betty's Band" for the first time in Red Deer and Myrol will be returning to the city they were awarded "Fan's Choice" for the ACMA's just a few months ago. A night of original songs, fiddle'n'guitar, mandolin, and full on harminies with Jane Hawley and Myrol