Local group hits the Park Theatre with Toronto’s The Strumbellas (Winnipeg) – Three stunning voices, one great band – Sweet Alibi returns home to Winnipeg after their western Canadian tour. Since their debut in the spring of 2009, Sweet Alibi … Continue reading

The Wooden Sky AND Sunparlour Players? Are you kiddin’ me?

Sometimes a show is just too amazing to miss. Coming up is one of those. On March 29, our friends at the West End Cultural Centre are hosting what promises to be one of the best shows of the year, … Continue reading

Christina Martin returns to Sunset Saloon, Feb. 11!

By now hopefully you’ve heard me encouraging you to join us in our living room on Feb. 11 when one of Canada’s finest female singer/songwriters, Christina Martin, returns for her third visit. For full details, surf on over to the … Continue reading

Feb. 11th @ Sunset Saloon: Christina Martin & Dale Murray

Returning for her third appearance live in my living room (on top of a terrific show at the Lo-Pub supporting Cuff the Duke a while back), Christina Martin, February 11, 2012. This time, she’ll have her amazingly talented husband/producer/guitarist Dale … Continue reading

Jory Nash, Live @ Sunset Saloon, Fri. Oct 21!

Tell the Band to Go Home and Steel Belted Radio are proud to present: Jory Nash (http://www.jorynash.com/main-set.html) Live @ Sunset Saloon (house concert, West Winnipeg) Friday, Oct. 21 8:00 pm suggested donation $15-20 (all money directly to the artist, price … Continue reading

Brandi Carlile, Fargo, ND, Aug. 16, 2011

The Steel Belted crew (and our respective better halves) took the journey down to Fargo to see Brandi Carlile at the Fargo Theatre. I had the great pleasure of seeing (and interviewing) Brandi at the Edmonton Folk Festival last year, … Continue reading

Edmonton Folk Festival – August 6, 2011 – photos & videos

Deer Tick – Mexican Home (John Prine) Deer Tick – Can’t Hardly Wait (The Replacements) Jeremy Fisher – Me & Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Paul Simon) Amos Garrett – Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) Guy Clark – Dublin Blues Del … Continue reading