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MOJO Review for Garth Hudson's A Canadian Celebration of The Band

"The Band 4/5ths Canadian and this tribute by fellow citizens Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn, the Cowboy Junkies, country-rockers like Blue Rodeo and The Sadies and others was first released a decade ago. Their genius keyboardist Garth Hudson brings his wild inventiveness and founding-member cred to every cut. The music carries even more gravitas with time, a testament not only to The Band, but particularly to their controversial primary songwriter Robbie Robertson, whose contributions to rock history are immeasurable.

Gems include Mary Margaret O’Hara’s harrowing portrait of a woman unhinged by love in her extraordinary version of deep cut Out Of The Blue. And Great Big Sea’s Pogues-esque Knockin’ Lost John unearths the old, weird Canada inherent in this other lesser-known Robertson nugget. Unsurprisingly, Neil lights up Dylan/Rick Danko’s This Wheel On Fire."

Michael Simmons

New Lindsay Broughton Single!

October 23, 2013

Lindsay Broughton’s newest single “Never Saw It Coming” is available now! Grab it on iTunes today by heading to:

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In The News

October 9, 2013

Hey folks, check out Lindsay Broughton’s new single “Never Saw It Coming” at Country Radio now, be sure to call your favourite station and request! Also watch for new music from Jack Connolly coming soon!

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Lindsay Broughton on CTV Edmonton

September 11, 2013

Lindsay recently had the opportunity to stop by CTV Edmonton, check out the full video here:

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New signing to Curve Music

August 28, 2013

Curve Music is proud to announce our newest signing Jack Connolly. Jack’s first single ‘Lock Your Doors’ will be hitting country radio soon. In the meantime, you can catch Jack at the CCMA’s in Edmonton next week where he will be be playing multiple times. Check out the first single for ‘Lock Your Doors’ below:

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Special Charity show announcement For Lindsay Broughton

August 9, 2013

Lindsay is honoured to play: TREASURE THE ANGELS, Fundraising Event Date: Friday May 10th Please check out the Movie trailer link and follow additional links to learn more about Sam Childers.

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On the rise and continuing to shine: Q & A with Lindsay Broughton

July 16, 2013

It was not that long ago that Brooklin, Ontario native Lindsay Broughton was playing in her high school jazz band and singing in choirs. Since being discovered at age 19 from a song she posted on MySpace, the down-to-earth, charming country talent has sung at notable venues like Boots & Hearts, the Canadian Country Music Awards “New Artist” showcase and the Billy Block Show in Nashville. She has performed alongside acts like Chad Brownlee, Gord Bamford and Emerson Drive and continues to work tirelessly to hone her talent. The CMAO’s Stephanie Brooks chatted with the star about recognition, writing and…

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Inaugural 2013 CCMA Discovery Program Acts Announced

June 4, 2013

The Canadian Country Music Association® (CCMA) has announced the final six (6) jury-selected acts who will be participating in the inaugural 2013 CCMA Discovery Program. Jack Connolly who is a recent signing to Curve Music was one of the six lucky picks…Look for Jack’s debut album soon.

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May 28, 2013

Lindsay Broughton received the CMAO Rising Star Award last night (tied with the band Autumn Hill) and also performed her hit single “River Wide Enough Song” live to a sold out crowd at the Markham Theatre. To read about last nights show and the full list of last nights winners, click here

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New Lindsay Broughton shows announced!

May 15, 2013

Catch Lindsay out on the road this summer as new shows are added! Just announced: CMAO Awards , Markham Theatre May 27th Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, Ontario, June 30, 6pm Boots and Hearts-Lug Tent, Bowmanville Ontario, August 3, 2013 Boot Hill Jamboree, Muirkirk, Ontario, August 4, 2013

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New Video From Lindsay Broughton!

March 1, 2013

The new music video from Lindsay Broughton for her latest single “River Wide Enough Song”.

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