Etienne Tremblay is one of Vancouver’s finest classic-country songwriters. With an ear for melody and a sure hand on the guitar, this young man knows how to convey heartbreak the way it sounds best. Tremblay can often be found with his new backing band The Po’Boys, taking their cues from legends like Gram Parsons, Willie Nelson […]
Colin Cowan considers his song writing to be a florescent cup of warm nostalgic soup fit for any contemporary star-child or drifter. He usually sings these guitar tunes he’s written in his band Colin Cowan & The Elastic Stars (www.elasticstars.com). Their debut album Fall Paths was recorded and officially released independently by Cowan in Fall of 2013. He just […]
The Reckoners are at the forefront of Canada’s alt-country music revival. Vancouver based alt-country duo known for their close vocal harmonies and storytelling consists of singer/songwriter Ricardo Khayatte and vocalist Christina Simpson.
From the muddy river banks of Fort Langley, Elliot C Way draws inspiration from an old fashioned lifestyle. Filled with heart, soul, grit and whiskey, he delivers passionate stories true to his character. Whether its love and loss, life and death, or tales of humanity, penniless and smokey this outlaws spirit burns bright. A man […]
Rob Butterfield is a songwriter from Vancouver, BC. He likes long bottles of wine and short walks on the beach. When he’s not base jumping and/or stunt helicoptering, he’s usually juggling fire and tending to his cats – and sometimes vice versa. Butterfield has been stamping his name into Vancouver music history, headlining local shows with […]
Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Zachary Lucky was never one to wander too far off the beaten track – until he showed up on the Canadian music circuit in August of 2010 with his debut full length recording “Come and Gone”. Since then he has gone on to release two widely acclaimed albums […]
Jack The Bear (Joel McNichol) is a prairie born transplant who migrated west and is currently wrapping up his debut album in Vancouver, BC. His songs reflect the ideologies that many of us have come to share. Crying, drinking, and dying have become present themes in his heartfelt blue collar material and his soaring voice […]
In a lonesome, scraggly drawl, Ben Arsenault sings songs about the road he’s travelled and the characters he has spent time with along the way. Drawing on experiences from relationships of which he’s had the pleasure and pain of sharing, Ben’s songwriting takes a laid-back look into the conundrum that is human existence. Inspired by […]