We’ll be in Nashville, too, toasting the new Deep Dark Woods‘ release with tequila shots all over town (I’m actually going to be drinking corn syrup from a tequila bottle, ‘cause I’m a lightweight but I still want to paaaartaaay). Not only will we be soaking up Deep Dark Woods-related goodness, we’ll also be cheersing […]
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Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet continue to blow away audiences on both sides of the border with their new band, Whitehorse, and their self-titled debut, Whitehorse. Our American friends can check out their local indie record store for a copy of the new album starting Oct 18 (which, in case you haven’t been keeping score, […]
From acclaimed musician and author Dave Bidini comes a brilliantly original look at a folk-rock legend and the momentous week in 1972 that culminated in the Mariposa Folk Festival: Writing Gordon Lightfoot, The Man, the Music, and the World in 1972. The story takes place in July, 1972. As musicians across Canada prepare for the […]
In other book-related news, Justin Rutledge heads to Banff this weekend for Wordfest. On Saturday @ 7 pm at the Banff Centre, Justin will appear on a panel with two-time Governal General’s Literary Award winner Guy Vandergaeghe, who will present his latest novel about the end of the Wild West. Stony Plain wonder Holger Peterson […]
SHOUT OUT OUT OUT OUT: The designated synth contingent of our management roster are taking a brief break from the studio (we have been assured that a new record is coming soon!) to head back to NYC for the CMJ music marathon, followed by a MTL show, and a smattering of Ontario dates! A few […]
So, by now you MUST have heard about Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland joining musical forces to form the unstoppable force of Whitehorse, right?! It’s kind of like the janky stereo I am listening to right now, where the radio never really turns off, so even though I have switched over to listen to a […]
Melbourne’s Wagons rumble, shake and tumble into Canada with the Canadian debut of their new album, Rumble, Shake and Tumble, out now on Six Shooter Records! The album got a rave review from Now Magazine (Disc of the Week, bro), who had the guts to use the word “swaggerific” in this entirely agreeable summary: “Wagons’ […]
Six Shooter is excited to welcome Hamilton’s Harlan Pepper to the fold. Their album, Young and Old, will be re-released by Six Shooter Records on October 18, 2011. These young whippersnappers are killin’ it these days, and we are really looking forward to having them on our team until they get old! Just like the […]
What great news to wake up to this morning and learn that the lovely Jenn Grant has been nominated for a slew of Music Nova Scotia Awards, including Female Recording Artist of the Year, SOCAN Songwriter of the Year (for the song, “How I Met You”), Recording of the Year for the album, “Honeymoon Punch”, […]
Man, did you read the news story about Gibson guitars having their factory raided for the second time due to their use of deep, dark, woods on guitar fretboards? What a crazy world we live in. In happier, vaguely related news, Deep Dark Woods are turning out to be more ubiquitous than Forest Gump (that […]
Believe me, nothing is going to trample your friend’s turtles like seeing you rocking an exclusive new tee! To aid you in this quest for deep shades of envy green, Trampled By Turtles is offering a super duper exclusive t-shirt to purchase along with tickets for their fall dates in London, Toronto and Ottawa. This […]
Six Shooter Records’ Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet tie the musical knot with the debut of their new band, Whitehorse, marrying their talent and chemistry on stage as a smoldering duo. They already tied the knot in the smoochy way in real life, so this makes perfect sense! This kind of touring-musical-lovebirds dealio definitely reminds […]