Feb 16–18, 2018

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Winterfolk Blues & Roots Festival

Posted by on Mar 6, 2017

Toronto’s Winterfolk Blues and Roots Music Festival celebrated their 15th Anniversary on the Danforth, on February 17th-19th. It was an all-ages, mid-winter, weatherproof event,...

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Performers

Soul Maître Ds

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017

We may not be your soul mates but we want to be your Soul Maître Ds.     The Soul Maître’D’s are Lawrie Ingles and Henry Lees… We want to star in...

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Winterfolk Lineup – Check Out the Talent at This Year’s Festival

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015

Andy Griffiths Blair Packham Brian Gladstone D’Arcy Wickham David Essig David McLachlan Freeman Dre Glen Hornblast Harpin’ Norm Lucien HOTCHA! Jerome Tucker Band Jon Brooks Jory...

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Press Releases

WINTERFOLK XV ANNOUNCES FULL LINEUP

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017

WHO: Trent Severn, Johnson Crook, The Small Glories, Command Sisters, Julian Taylor, The Jerome Tucker Band, Jon Brooks, Lily Frost, Louis Simão, Denielle Bassels, Blair Packham +...

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Recent Posts

Juneyt

Juneyt

Jan 14, 2017

Turkish Immigrant Juneyt is a Self-Thought Nuevo-Flamenco Guitarist from Waterloo, ON., Juneyt has built a large, dedicated following through his regular, electric performances throughout the World.     Multi-Award Winner and Nominated for Many Awards in his career.     He has Opened & Shared the stage with many well...

Command Sisters

Command Sisters

Jan 14, 2017

We may have played the Shanghai Int Music Fest, won the John Lennon songwriting contest, had our song Earthquake played on the Today Show, had four Guitar World features and conversed with Prince William at a private event, but we still can’t whip and nae nae #truestory.     Guests of the Canadian Consulate as performers from Canada...

Tom Leighton

Tom Leighton

Jan 12, 2017

Multi instrumentalist Tom Leighton brings sophisticated colours and novel arrangements to his music that few musicians can match.     He plays piano, accordion, accordion bass, bouzouki, bodhran, whistles, jaw harps, mandolin and trombone— sometimes three of them at the same time!     Multi instrumentalist, and...

Onion Honey

Onion Honey

Jan 10, 2017

Onion Honey plays original and traditional old-time folk music that sounds like good home cooking with instruments in the kitchen.     Home cookin’ hillbilly folk darlings from Kitchener.     Onion Honey makes folk music, sharp and sweet and mixed in with banjo and mandolin, washboard and guitar, double bass and...

Lily Frost

Lily Frost

Jan 10, 2017

The style is a tasteful blend of old timey swing, 60s surf, spaghetti western and sultry torch fronted by Lily who draws on the aesthetics of Audrey Hepburn and Bettie Page.     Well known from song placements in TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Charmed, Mistresses, Crazy Beautiful and Being Erica, or TV commercials for Chevy...

Jan 21 Winterfolk Preview at Acoustic Harvest

Jan 21 Winterfolk Preview at Acoustic Harvest

Jan 9, 2017

Winterfolk XV Preview & Benefit Saturday, January 21st Acoustic Harvest, Robinson Hall, St. Nicholas Anglican Church 1512 Kingston Rd., Toronto | 416.729.7564 Doors 7:30 pm / Music 8:00 pm      WHO: Blair Packham, Tony Quarrington, Lynn Harrison, Brian Gladstone, HOTCHA!, Kim Doolittle, Glen...

Isaak Bonk

Isaak Bonk

Jan 6, 2017

Isaak Bonk is a young Toronto folk singer and poet, making his first appearance at WinterFolk.     Named in Brian Gladstone’s “top three discoveries of 2016.”     In the last year Isaak has become a frequent performer within and around the roots community in Toronto. In a short amount of time, although...

End of the Road

Take more decades of performing than the guys like to admit; add born in the bone raw talent to instrumental virtuosity, stunning harmonies, endless on-stage energy and thoughtful, thought provoking lyrics and you have arrived at the “End of the Road”.     Perpetual entertainers for the Canada Day Boat Cruise for the Festival of...

Mary Kelly

Mary Kelly

Jan 3, 2017

Mary is a singer, actor, writer, and teacher who comes from a long line of storytellers and believes no story is too big or too fantastic – especially if it’s told with grace and wit.     Mary Kelly     Mary was delighted when she moved to Toronto from Nova Scotia to find a rich, vibrant folk music community full of...

Missy Burgess

Missy Burgess

Jan 3, 2017

“You can hear the weight of experience Missy brings to her strong original material and to the interpretive voice she brings to standards and the gems from other writers she chooses to cover.” (Mike Regenstreif)!     The only Canadian to perform at The Angola Prison for Women in Louisiana. Won spots on numerous compilation CD’s. Last...

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