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 Lance Canales & the Flood

-Monday Oct 15th @ 7:30pm

 

John Wort Hannam

-Friday Oct 26th @ 8:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                        Lance Canales & the Flood

                                Monday October 15th @ 7:30pm

Lance Canales is from Fresno, California’s, where Canales (a Mexican/First Nations American) lived the life that so many songs have been written about since the birth of Roots music – hard labor, one room shacks and taunting ghosts whispering of a better life. Canales’ deep, guttural vocals combine a hard-edged story telling approach beneath a stripped down, foot-stomping acoustic instrumentation. He plays hollow-bodied, anger-fueled blues guitar. He growls and stomps with his feet, clad in the heavy work boots of his grandfather.

In 2013, Canales released the single Plane Crash at Los Gatos: Deportee, written by Woody Guthrie, a gut-wrenchingly beautiful rendition. What makes this version so important is that it was part of fundraising efforts to erect a memorial headstone inscribed with the names of the previously nameless 28 Mexican plane crash victims–braceros–mentioned in the song.

When Lance was here 1 1/2 yrs ago he played solo but this time he has come with his hard driving band.

https://www.lancecanalesandtheflood.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMlGoQ97leI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zElJBsU5GKI

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                       John Wort Hannam
                             Friday October 26th @ 8:00pm

John was one of the 1st musicians we met at Folk Alliance in Memphis 12 years. He has been at the top of our list to get him to Old Crow but there was always some road block, finally you will get to hear mellow beautiful songs.

In 2001 John Wort Hannam quit his teaching job and spent 10 months depleting his savings while sat at his kitchen table, wearing a lucky hat, writing his first ten songs. Those songs would become his first recording Pocket Full Of Holes, released in 2003.

Seventeen years later, the Alberta musician is releasing his seventh full-length recording Acres Of Elbow Room and has a few feathers in that lucky hat for his first six offerings. Feathers that include a JUNO nomination, a Canadian Folk Music Award for Best Album of the Year, a CBC Galaxie Rising Star Award, a Kerrville Texas New Folk win, and numerous Western Canadian Music Award and Canadian Folk Music Award nominations.

 
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