Artist roster


Matt Masters (Calgary)

This  versatile and much loved singer leads the house band at Calgary's  historic King Eddy, hosts a program on CKUA radio, and  performs with  Barney Bentall and the Cariboo Express. He has been described as "drawing from the honky-tonk and outlaw books of sound... swelling with a hundred stories you won’t mind listening to, Masters is one to gather ’round."


Jeremy Gignoux (Calgary)

A true fiddler on the roof... of his car! He plays in many different styles (jazz, bluegrass, swing, classical,  Eastern European folk, North American folk, improv, etc.) and has  developed an original sound and technique.


Heather Blush (Calgary)

This  troubadour knocks the socks off every audience. Based in  Calgary, her sound is jazzy-pop with a dash of swing and a dollop of  soul.

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Howlin Pete (Calgary)

Calgary rockabilly star Howlin' Pete will rock you back  in time and you'll want to shake it like it's 1955! From hard hitting  original rock and roll to classics you may have forgotten you loved,  you're gonna shake up and down your driveway. Pete is joined by the talented Sydney Zadravec!


Craig First Rider (Calgary )

  The CEO and founder of The Professional PowWow Association Craig First Rider's award winning career has taken him all over the  world.


Lyndsay Butler (High River)

With strong country roots and an outlaw, southern rock sound she brings life and passion to every note. Growing up as a 7th  generation Albertan just outside High River, Alberta, Lyndsay loves  western lifestyle, rodeo and getting her boots dirty almost as much as  she loves songwriting and performing.


Michela Sheedy (Okotoks)

 Soulful, sultry, country music. Michela represents a steely edge to the Canadian country music scene. She has been a finalist in many Alberta talent competitions including Project WILD Country Artist Development Program. She regularly represents the Calgary Flames as a performer of the national anthems. Michela's powerful showmanship and distinguishable vocals will be cutting the trail for a refreshingly gritty, new sound to country music.


Shaela Miller (Lethbridge)

With a couple of LPs under her belt, several accolades and a soundtrack appearance on HBO’s True Blood. You can count Miller among the new generation of country singer songwriters, having sidestepped the Top 40 side of country in favour of her unique noir approach, with an achingly beautiful voice to match.


Jay Bowcott (Calgary)

 Jay brings a particularly Albertan brand of honest heartfelt songwriting that finds its roots in Blues, Folk, and Classic Rock and Roll. A hardworking musician that won't quit, Jay is usually onstage more than 150 days a year, and it shows in his music.