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For more than 20 years, Canadian band Eagle & Hawk has brought roots rock across North America and Europe with multi-award-winning tracks and albums. Winnipeg-based guitarist, Vince Fontaine founded Eagle & Hawk with former CFL all-star, Troy Westwood in 1995. Within two years, the band began touring overseas in Europe.


Roy G Hemmings embodies the golden era of mid-’60s simplicity, a period when creative expression surfaced in music. He triumphs at capturing the energy and magnetism of singers back then. Artists who were renowned for captivating audiences for the sheer love of music. They who dominated night-life establishments created for rebellion and underground entertainment. Back then, music was soul, and it fed the appetite of those who fell into its lure. Years later, and Roy’s music has not lost its potency. It still incites, excites and delights and can pull at both the feet and the heartstrings!


Front-man and founding member Jay Nowicki is rated one of Canada’s tastiest guitar players. Together with the “meat-and-mashed-potatoes” rhythm section of Ken McMahon & John Scoles they deliver a tight, raw and intense blues experience that is sure to make you get up and shake it.

The Perpetrators’ albums have garnered WCMA awards and Juno nominations. Their ability to stay grounded to their Winnipeg roots, coupled with the raw energy and extreme talent makes this one of the best groups to come out of Canada.


You know you’re raised right when most of these songs are older than you, and you’re listening to them and loving them!

With their magnificent repertoire of over 200 songs, “The Moost” covers every aspect of music from the early hits of The Beatles through to the ‘surf’ sound of The Beach Boys,  the rhythm and blues of The Rolling Stones to the folk-rock of The Byrds and Neil Diamond – the close harmony of the Hollies to the raw power of The Who. Whether you are a ‘Hippie’,  or ‘Rocker’, ‘Country Lover’  as Mr. Canada says … “An amazing time is guaranteed for all!” .

Mr. Canada & The Moost,  are the band that performs the biggest party hits from present-day to 60s & 70s rock, blues, soul & Motown, country, and the classics. Lineups range from 9-piece to 15-piece, featuring tight horns, elegant strings backed by a killer rhythm section and fronted by Canada’s most prolific session singers. Not only are “Mr. Canada & The Moost” one of the best bands of their kind, but they are also certainly one of the best-dressed groups in Canada.


The Dixie Chicks will now be called, the Chicks.

The country band announced the news on their website Thursday, with the caption “We want to meet this moment.”
The news follows Lady Antebellum’s recent decision to change their name to Lady A, citing the word’s association to slavery.
The Chicks have updated their social media handles and also released a new music video for their song, “March, March” along with their new name.
The song, off their upcoming album “Gaslighter,” is a tribute to protests for equality and social issues over the past decades.
“March, march to my own drum/ Hey, hey, I’m an army of one,” the women sing.
This will be the Chicks’ first album in nearly 14 years and will be available July 17.
The group first announced that they were working on an album last summer. “Taking the Long Way,” their last album, won a Grammy for album of the year in 2007.


Faithettes are the UK’s must-have party band, presenting a killer show of pop and soul covers from ’70s to present day with all the tightness and vibe of one of the world’s top live festival acts. 

Their mutual love of performing, electric onstage chemistry and the unrivalled tightness of their arrangements have taken the private events scene by storm since their launch in 2015. 



The Kitts are the ultimate party band and have been packing out dance floors at the most beautiful events in the world for over a decade. They perform from 3-piece to 28-piece, with tight horns, elegant strings, choreographed dancers. The Kitts setlist is a back-to-back compendium of the funkiest ever dance floor hits, from massive current chart anthems through to the soul & Motown classics of the ’70s & ’80s, and everything in between.


Phenomenal all-singing, all-dancing party band, led by Heshima Thompson and his Soul Brothers performing the biggest Soul and Motown hits from the 70s & 80s through to recent and current pop, RnB and hiphop chart-toppers, in a non-stop choreographed show.


Sweetwater Revival, affectionately known in Southern Gospel circles as “The Female Quartet of Southern Gospel Music” is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. As one of the only female gospel quartets in the entire nation, they are known to always deliver tight harmonies, beautiful ballads, & hand clapping scripture filled music. Sweetwater Revival has been Nominated numerous times for the prestigious “Female Group of the Year”, featured on Gospel Music Television, & is being played on Radio stations around the world. 


From 1976 to 1992 the brothers toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada and overseas.  They racked up hit after hit and and banked some of the most prestigious awards in the industry.  Larry penned every Gatlin Brothers hit you’ve ever heard.  Larry Gatlin has written songs that were later recorded by Elvis Presley, Glen Campbell, Barbra Streisand, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Charlie Rich, Johnny Mathis, Dottie West and many more.   December of 1992 marked a farewell to concert touring for the Gatlin Brothers as they completed their ADIOS TOUR with a CD of the same name. Then came a major turning point in his career. Larry took the lead role on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning musical “The Will Rogers Follies.”  The musical then toured throughout the nation to rave reviews.

Throughout the next decade Larry would go on to write an autobiography, All The Gold In California, record a solo album, In My Life, and would occasionally tour solo.

In the early 2000’s the brothers reunited for selective road dates and 2008, recorded their first album in nearly two decades, Pilgrimage. In 2015 the brothers celebrated 60 years of making music together and released a new album, The Gospel According to Gatlin.


The Oak Ridge Boys are an American country and gospel vocal quartet originating in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The group was founded in the 1940s as the Oak Ridge Quartet. They became popular in Southern gospel during the 1950s. Their name was changed to the Oak Ridge Boys in the early 1960s, and they remained a gospel group until the mid-1970s, when they changed their image and concentrated on country music.[1][2]

The lineup that produced their most well-known country and crossover hits ― such as “Elvira” (1981), “Bobbie Sue” (1982), and “American Made” (1983) ― consists of Duane Allen (lead vocals), Joe Bonsall (tenor), William Lee Golden (baritone), and Richard Sterban (bass). Golden and Allen joined the group in the mid-1960s, and Sterban and Bonsall joined in the early 1970s. Golden was removed from the group in 1987 and replaced by Steve Sanders until 1995, when he left and Golden rejoined.

The group was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015.


Matt Monro was an English singer who became one of the most popular entertainers on the international music scene during the 1950s and 1970s. Known as The Man with the Golden Voice, he filled cabarets, nightclubs, music halls, and stadiums across the world in his 30-year career. AllMusic has described Monro as “one of the most underrated pop vocalists of the ’60s”, who “possessed the easiest, most perfect baritone in the business”. His recordings include the UK Top 10 hits: “Portrait of My Love”, “My Kind of Girl”, “Softly As I Leave You”, “Walk Away” and “Yesterday”. He also recorded several film themes such as “From Russia with Love” for the James Bond film of the same name, “Born Free” for the film of the same name and “On Days Like These” for The Italian Job.


A dazzling all-female electric string quartet, Asteria performs a formidably high-octane classical crossover show complete with stunning choreography and stage presence to match.



Fresh from their UK major theatre tour supporting Britain’s Got Talent Finalists ‘Jack Pack’, The Four D’s have fine-tuned their performance to include some breathtaking complex four-part harmonies, now showcased throughout their show, in various different genres of popular music. Slick choreography complementing pristine stage attire makes The Four D’s the best four-part harmony group to hit the UK for a long time. The Four D’s take any popular song, from any genre and give it The Four D’s twist, dazzling audiences across the globe with their polished and fun performances.


Colleen Rae is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, musician and entertainer. ‘Holding On To Life’ is Colleen Rae’s third studio project, recorded by Award-winning Producer Louis Sedmak.

Longevity suits Independent Artist Colleen Rae just fine. She is proud to be releasing her 13th single ‘Unlove Me’ to Country Radio in January 2022!!!

Colleen Rae is a natural on stage. Rae has performed at several clubs, festivals, and casinos for decades with her solid band CORNERSTONE. Their uniqueness, versatility and harmonies have captured audiences throughout Western Canada. Career highlights include singing at the Winspear, The Brier, Big Valley Jamboree, Calgary Stampede, and performing on a Cruise to Alaska. Canadian icon Dan Aykroyd took the time to join Colleen Rae and CORNERSTONE on stage while he was in Colleen Rae’s hometown.


“Making music is a life-long passion that can’t be ignored” -­ Shannon Smith

Rarely does a performer come along with such unbridled energy, dedication and natural talent as that of Shannon Smith.  Her music is influenced by the poise and traditionalism of Lorrie Morgan, the showmanship and flare of Shania Twain and the strength of Sheryl Crow.  No genre is off limits, whether it be driving country or classic rock, as is evident by her medleys of 80’s and modern dance hits.

While maintaining her girl-next-door charm and honest sincerity, Shannon Smith’s star continues to quickly rise. This beautiful and talented singer’s unmistakable style and distinct sound is sure to draw rave reviews and serious attention throughout the music industry.


Tommy C

Tommy C has been rocking crowds around the country and globe since 1979. His years of experience have now culminated in his new outfit, TOMMY C and The Black Widow Grease Band. Tommy C has performed live onstage with such legendary acts as Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Smokey Robinson, Temptations, Four Tops, Conway Twitty, Freddy Cannon, and Charlie Pride. Not to mention his 10-year tenure as “Musical Director” for Chubby Checker. This gave him the edge on how the real rock n roll should be performed.  And now, he along with his group of highly adrenalized high octane rockers, The Black Widow Grease Band are bringing his Detroit Motor City way of rock n roll to the West Coast and beyond…..

For a Tribute to the Greatest Era of American Rock n Roll…..  Performed to Perfection!!


After nearly a quarter century of making great music all over the South, the multi-award winning showband, Johnny Earthquake & The Moondogs of Natchitoches, Louisiana could rest on their laurels.  But that’s not what the Moondogs are about.

    The accolades have been many over the years, Battle of the Bands Champions, several “Best Of” designations including “Cenla’s Best Band”, and most recently receiving the “Best of the Best” wedding band national award two years running from “The Knot” wedding planning website.


    The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame has even awarded Johnny Earthquake with special recognition.

    Along the way, reviews by media, renowned musicians, and clients alike have been glowing.

and choreographed dance routines. 


World-renowned guitarist and vocalist, Mississippi living blues legend, Cultural ambassador, 2012 Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame inductee, and 2015 Albert King Lifetime Guitar Award recipient, Vasti Jackson is a powerful force in the world of music! With more than forty-three years as a professional musician. As an artist, Vasti is known for sweat-drenched, soul-ripping live performances marked by some of the most stunning, and innovative guitar playing today. Vasti’s stellar vocals, fiery guitar, and stage presence captures the audience and leaves a lasting impression that celebrates the triumph of the blues, and the joy of rhythm that is soul-satisfying to all that are lucky enough to experience his music.

Vasti (pronounced Vast-Eye) Jackson is a consummate performer, songwriter, arranger, and producer.


CT Taylor is a six-string guitar picker that sings and plays in a style and tone that undeniably fuses the soul of country and blues roots music.

The Triple Threat project is one that draws influences from country, blues and southern rock genres.

The first recording was released in August 2021.

CT Taylor & Triple Threat consists of Christopher Taylor on vocals and guitar, Ken Campbell on the steel guitar, Paul Kelly on bass guitar and vocals, and Doug Yuel on drums. 

This dynamic ensemble is constantly striving to evolve and enhance its distinctive and unique sound. Their chemistry is undeniable. With a continuously expanding list of musical accolades, these boys are collectively hard working, musically accomplished, and dedicated to ‘hittin the note’.








From basement pubs to festival stages the Dust Rhinos have been bringing their particular brand of punk flavoured Irish trad to venues large, small, and otherwise since 1992. Blossoming from a trio of buskers to a 5-piece Celtic rock juggernaut, the Rhinos have tread the boards with acts as varied as The Dropkick Murphys, Gaelic Storm, Alabama, Leahy, the Barra MacNeils, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Whether a house concert, pub night, or festival (Dauphin Countryfest, Festival du Voyageur, Winnipeg Folk Festival, the Grey Cup Festival and counting!) the Rhinos’ controlled chaos will get people out of their seats, on the dance floor, and clamouring for One!  More!  Song!

With influences that include the Pogues, the Oysterband, Spirit of the West, the Clash, and Peter Gabriel, it’s no wonder the Rhinos have a powerful, yet multi-faceted and layered sound and playing style. An aggressive, but subtle sonic assault. Ever seen a ceilidh break out in a mosh pit? Or vice versa?  Expect it at a Rhinos show.  As their loyal and ever-growing fan base can attest, when the Dust Rhinos are on stage, the only thing that won’t take you by surprise is how much fun you’re having


After a talent show at Norway House’ annual “York Boat Days”, my brother Ryan, AJ Halcrow and myself (Clayton) formed the very beginnings of what is now “Highway 373”. 2 bass players later, Ron Osborne settled in and has been a mainstay. Local teacher Dan Curry was also added as a second vocalist and keyboard player. We found instant chemistry with Guitarist Dan Shorrock and together…