$15 at the door
From Six Shooter Records:
“The brainchild of Christine Fellows, Kim Barlow and Old Man Luedecke, the Pan-Canadian New Folk Ensemble is a 19-date embodiment collaboration within the music community. Hailing from the Yukon, Manitoba and Nova Scotia, they will share the stage with accompanists on violin, cello and percussion, backing each other up through two round-robin sets of brilliant, shimmering arrangements of original songs. See tour dates below.”
From The Almaguin News:
“Some of the country’s most innovative musicians have assembled to create a beautiful odd-sort stew of sweet frailing banjos, guitars, piano, a string section, warm harmonies and great, great songs.
Kim Barlow, Christine Fellows and Old Man Luedecke are cherished Canadian artists who span a wide geography as well as lyrical subject matters and musical styles. They will share the stage with accompanists on violin, cello and percussion, backing each other up through two round-robin sets of brilliant, shimmering arrangements of original songs.
Above: Kim Barlow (Yukon)
Touring collaborations are a time-honoured tradition, harkening to such auspicious creative convergences as the Rolling Thunder Revue. Though the music industry is by its nature competitive, artists thrive when they find opportunities to come together in song or studio, at festivals, or even brainstorming ideas from opposite ends of the country.
Throughout this 17-date tour, as the musicians in the ensemble absorb each others’ songs and styles, the show will embody the creative process of songwriting and the community that feeds these artists’ creative fires.”