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JULY 18-20



Music’s an almost alchemical force to Canadian Mi’kmaq fiddler and singer, @morgantoneymusic . In a short time, Toney has invigorated the Atlantic music community and Mi’kmaq communities by bringing together the fiery fiddling of Cape Breton Island with the old songs of the Mi’kmaq, some dating back 500 years. He calls this fusion Mi’kmaltic (Mi’kmaq + Celtic) and it’s his way of celebrating his language and heritage

First Flight, Toney’s debut album, was nominated for 3 East Coast Music Awards and a Canadian Folk Music Award. It celebrates language and heritage through Toney’s transformation of traditional songs, such as the Ko’jua and the Mi’kmaq Honour Song, alongside highly original songwriting.

Roxy and the Underground Soul Sound (@roxyandtuss) are an award winning, 6 piece soul-funk band from Halifax, Nova Scotia

Since 2013, the band has captivated audiences across Canada with their high-energy live shows. With Roxy’s distinct and powerful voice, tight horn lines, and a beat that brings people to their feet, the band has landed numerous festival dates including the Halifax Jazz Festival, Harvest Music Festival, Stan Rogers Festival, and Cloggeroo. Some of their most notable shows include opening for Chana Khan, The Trews and Joel Plaskett.

Roxy and the Underground Soul Sound have continued to expand their sound with every record. Their upcoming EP, Daylight, integrates 90s R&B and Neo-Soul with aspects of old school funk. Daylight represents a new chapter in for the band, but always with the same underground sound. Look for their new album in the summer of 2024.

“She means what she’s singing” - Allen Toussaint

Kylie Fox @_kyliefox_ is a Canadian singer songwriter and recording artist. She fuses folk storytelling with vintage elements of jazz and alternative rock. With influences like Kate Bush, Sharon Van Etten, and Joni Mitchell, her music is ethereal, lush and real.

Currently based in Fredericton, NB, Fox exudes fun and love for her art and for storytelling, which is evident on “Confetti” (April 2023), the lead single from her second studio album. This track, and the album, Sequoia (release date TBC), are produced by Daniel Ledwell (Jenn Grant, The Good Lovelies, Fortunate Ones).

Fox’s debut album, Green (2020), led her to tour Canada extensively, sharing stages alongside names like Bahamas, The Strumbellas and Joel Plaskett, along with showcasing at the East Coast Music Awards (2021), Folk Alliance International (2021) and the Canadian Song Conference (2021). She participated in the Banff Centre for the Arts International Songwriting Residency (2020) and performed at the Cavendish Beach Music Festival (2022). She was recently named “Innovator of the Year” at the 2023 PrixNB Awards.

The songs of the Wabanaki nation have echoed across the rivers and lands of the four Atlantic Provinces and the state of Maine for centuries. In more recent times, the stories, the music, the traditions and the beautiful language have been in jeopardy of surviving in today’s modern world; a society often at odds with the sacred traditions that encompass what it means to be aboriginal in Canada.

Those lessons from the past, combined with anthems to the present, and the hope for a future where truth and reconciliation is realized, maps the clear-sightedness of @thehellocrows and combines it all with cautious optimism. It says a lot about what they are hoping to accomplish as a working musical unit in Canada. They are not only a group of highly talented songwriters and storytellers in their own right, but as a collective voice representing both their nation and generation simultaneously, they are simply a force.

In a very short period of time the excitement surrounding The Hello Crows has gained them noteworthy momentum and some very deserved attention early on. With a reputation built on the strength of four very distinct and respected indigenous artists, The Hello Crows are a group whose star is on the rise.

When Mark Cameron isn’t being a responsible adult in his new surroundings of New Brunswick, he’s up to his usual wild and crazy stage antics before clusters of young people and their families as Mr. Mark ! Actually, this boy trapped in a man’s body has been bringing song and laughter to festivals, schools, libraries and daycares across Canada since 2002. Armed with a truckload of instruments, and a truckload of enthusiasm, his shows are a delightful romp through family life. Whether you’re singing the praises of Macaroni and Cheese or bouncing to the beat of the Bucketheads, you’ll wind up wigglin’ and gigglin’ and wanting more..... Mr Mark!!

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