Alberta Music will be selling these Albertan albums in the Alberta Music tent at Interstellar Rodeo (July 25-27) and in the Edmonton Folk Festival merchandise tent (August 7-10):
Alex Vissia- Young Love, Ann Vriend- For The People In The Mean Time, Boreal Sons- Threadbare, Cowpuncher- Ghost Notes, Doug Hoyer- To Be A River, Jake Ian- It Don't Really Matter Anymore, Nature Of- Nature Of, RALEIGH- Sun Grenades & Grenadine Skies, Reuben and the Dark- Funeral Sky, Russ Dawson- The Go On EP, SAVK- Love Letters and Hate Mail, Scenic Route to Alaska- Warrington, T. Buckley- Northern Country Soul, The Royal Foundry- Wherever We Go, Two Bears North- Comeocean
“What does music in Alberta mean to you?”
In partnership with the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, CJSR 88.5 FM and the School of Song, Alberta Music will be collecting video, audio and photo footage throughout the duration of this year’s Edmonton Folk Festival. The plan is to emphasize the great music scene we have here in Alberta, as well as highlight the Albertan musicians participating in this year’s fest: 100 Mile House (Edmonton), Michael Bernard Fitzgerald (Calgary), Leeroy Stagger (Lethbridge), Maria Dunn & Lizzy Hoyt (Edmonton) as well as the School of Song artists, Scenic Route to Alaska, Rebecca Lappa, Trevor McNeely, and Bardic Form from Edmonton. We will also be onsite at Interstellar Rodeo where this year’s festival includes Albertans: Corb Lund and Jeff Stewart and the Hearts.
Alberta Music is looking to connect with Albertan musicians, industry, community builders and fans alike to capture the impacts, emotions, culture, collaborations and to help us tell the story of music in Alberta and what it means to our community. CJSR has offered us the use of their tent space on Saturday August 9th and Sunday August 10th, 3:00-6:00pm to facilitate these interviews- stop by and share a story!
The footage will be edited together into a short piece, available for viewing on Alberta Music’s website, and elsewhere.< Previous Post Next Post >