Bow Valley Music Club is an adult venue for 18 and over age only.
Fortunate Ones (NL): This Juno nominated duo from The Rock, made up of Mount Pearl?s Andrew James O?Brien (singer, guitar) and Corner Brook?s Catherine Allan (singer, pianist, accordion player) have toured extensively across Canada and the UK. Their music is a combination of beautiful pop melodies with folk harmonies and infectious choruses that have audiences singing along.
Coyote Moon opens
Dave Gunning & J.P. Cormier (NS) :The Nova Scotia born and bred singer/songwriter and working class hero Gunning (with four East Coast Music awards), and Cormier, a Canadian bluegrass/ folk/Celtic singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (13 East Coast Music Awards and one Canadian Folk Music Award), come together as a dynamic duo. Listen once and you?ll know why. Coyote Moon opens
Belle Plaine& Blake Berglund (SK) :Sweethearts, co-writers, and cribbage opponents, Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund merge their distinct styles: hers, a jazzy 1940s swing approach; his, a classic twang. They are unpredictable, intelligent, and genuine, with chemistry and harmonies that keep eyes on stage and toes tapping. Think Johnny and June, with a touch of Joni Coyote Moon opens
Del Barber (MB) : Del Barber is an independent folk, folk/rock, Americana, and alt country singer/songwriter and musician. Barber has been nominated for a Juno Award and won two Western Canadian Music Awards for Independent Album of the Year and Roots Solo Recording of the Year. Sweet Alibi opens
The Travelling Mabels are about as "Albertan" as you would expect. With great originals and some tasty covers, The Mabels have established themselves as one of the most engaging and entertaining acts around Alberta?or anywhere. The O'Pears are a contemporary folk trio made up of Lydia Persaud, Jill Harris and Meg Contini. These three songwriters weave stories that stir the spirit and capture the timeless character of folk music. Enchanting harmonies are their trademark. Shaela Miller Band Lethbridge honky-tonk heartache queen Shaela Miller brings sass and sincerity in equal measure, backed up by her crack band of coulee cowboys who swing those roadhouse rhythms just right.
Lion Bear Fox (BC) :This Vancouver-based group easily melds many different genres of music into their sound without it feeling overwhelming. There really is something for everyone as they do a fantastic job of incorporating folk, rock, roots, blues and even gospel into their performances. Big Little Lions (BC) :The 2015 CFMA Ensemble of the Year, Big Little Lions comprises JUNO-winning Helen Austin and Paul Otten. Their album ?A Little Frayed, A Little Torn?is ?a jubilant collection of folk-pop song-craft. Coyote Moon opens.
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar (ON) :Bubbling up from the cauldron of roots Americana music, Samantha Martin is an artist of extraordinary power, gravitas and deep-seated emotion. A favourite of folk music festivals, Martin has been heard across Canada and the United States, garnering praise from critics and fellow musicians alike as having ?a voice that stops people in their tracks? and a presence that is ?gritty, playful, sexy and 100% real. Five Time Maple Blues Award Nominees! Coyote Moon opens
Madison Violet (ON) :If the Indigo Girls and Lucinda Williams had a love child (or two), and they were Canadian, they would be Madison Violet. Roots-inspired up tempo melodies, beautiful and breathtakingly vocals, sweeping, personal lyrics, their musical roots go deeply into past decades, yet stay undeniably contemporary. Tom Phillips Band opens
Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys (PE) :Hailing happily from the Maritmes, Gordie and the boys live show is exhilarating?engaging their audience with jaw-dropping showmanship and stagecraft. The Hearts open
John Wort Hannam & The Blue Collars (AB) :From the Canadian prairies in southern Alberta comes one of Canada?s best western folk/roots songwriters. John is known for his unique take on the simple day-to-day dramas of common folk through songs that map the landscapes of both the human heart and this vast continent of ours. He is joined by his great support group on fiddle, bass and dobro. Coyote Moon opens.
Experience the show behind the scenes. BVMC could not happen without its dedicated volunteers helping with setup, teardown, and sales: in the kitchen, behind the bar, and at the merch tables. Give us a call and you too could enjoy the comraderie being part of our successful and rewarding concert series.403 287-2299 ×