Get the details here for their Saturday, July 21st performance. You can also catch their workshop at 1:00 p.m. the following day, details here. This is also a free show. All shows for this festival are presented by and at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre.
James Keelaghan's Summer Festivals
Guy Davis on the Road, Summer of 2018
Calan to play Hugh's Room, Summerfolk
Martin Simpson Returns to Canada
JMI Signs The Gift
A Celebration of Five Decades of Ian Tyson's Songs
JMI is very pleased to announce the exclusive signing of The Gift, a musical celebration of the incredible songs of Ian Tyson, one of Canada's greatest legends of folk and country. Four Strong Winds, which has been covered by dozens of artists such as Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Harry Belafonte, Bob Dylan and Waylon Jennings, was the first song Ian ever wrote. More than five decades later, Tyson's canon is an enviable one, and Four Strong Winds was chosen by CBC Radio listeners as the greatest Canadian song ever written.
Tyson is retired now, but there is still great demand for his music. The Gift features a core band made up of his long-time backup players as lead by Tyson collaborator, Stewart MacDougall. The band is complemented by special guests on each tour. So far those guests have included Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Corb Lund, Tom Russell, Amos Garrett, Russell DeCarle, Cindy Church and others, and each tour will feature a distinct roster of guest vocalists. The Gift has already performed at many theatres and outdoor events, such as The National Arts Centre (Ottawa), The Jack Singer Concert Hall (Calgary), Big Valley Jamboree (Camrose, AB), Dauphin Country Fest and the Edmonton Folk Festival.
"The Gift did an excellent show at the Edmonton Folk Festival.
You can watch a promotional video on The Gift here on YouTube.
JMI will be touring The Gift to festivals, fairs and concert halls in 2019 and 2020. Stay tuned for tour announcements, including special guests, which are being assembled at this time.
Tony McManus Headed West in May
Peterborough Show Rescheduled for
Considering this is Canada, it is actually quite rare for the weather to force the cancellation of a live performance, but that is exactly what happened to our double bill with James Keelaghan and Tony McManus, which was scheduled to take place in Peterborough on April 15. The good news is, the show has been rescheduled for May 25 at Market Hall, details here. An added treat for this event will be Tony's friend and accompanist, the multi-instrumentalist, Julia Toaspern.
Two of the folk world's very finest roots singer-songwriters will be touring North America together in the fall. James Keelaghan needs little by way of introduction to Canadians, as he has been touring from one end of the country to the other for several decades now. Jez Lowe is not unlike James, in that he is a singer-songwriter who has been bringing his songs to audiences the world over for many years. Hailing from England, Jez is as much of a folk institution at home as James is here, and both artists enjoy followings from Australia to Europe and North America.
The two are fast friends who have done many tours together. This fall they will be doing dates across America and Canada from late September into October.
|Sep 28||Timonium||MD||Joyce Sica New Church|
|Sep 29||Washington||DC||Seekers Church|
|Sep 30||Ewing||NJ||Private Event|
|Oct 02||Ingersoll||ON||Stonecroft Folk|
|Oct 05||New Bedford||MA||Helene Wamsutta Concerts|
|Oct 07||Marshfield||VY||Concerts in the Schoolhouse|
|Oct 11||St. Cloud||MN||Granite City Folk Society|
|Oct 12||Nisswa||MN||Grass Roots Concerts|
|Oct 13||West Denmark||WI||Mark Pederson Concerts|
|Oct 14||Winnipeg||MB||West End Cultural Centre|
|Oct 15||Regina||SK||The Exchange|
|Oct 17||Bowen Island||BC||Tir-Na-Nog Theatre|
|Oct 18||Sidney||BC||Charlie White theatre|
|Oct 19||Calgary||AB||Sherwood United Church|
|Oct 20||Fort Saskatchewan||AB||Industry Event|
|Oct 21||Sundry||AB -||Sundre Arts Centre|
JMI congratulates The Young'Uns, who were presented with the Best Album award last night in Belfast, Ireland at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards by the legendary Maddy Prior. That lads have also won the coveted Best Group award on two previous occasions. Fans can look forward to seeing the guys back in Canada this fall, when they will tour the Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario.
JMI has had the privilege to work with some of the greatest musical legends in the world, people like Jerry Jeff Walker (USA), Johnny Clegg (South Africa), Bruce Cockburn (Canada), Pete Seeger (USA) and former Rolling Stones lead guitarist, Mick Taylor (UK). Today we announce the signing of one of the great legends of American and English Folk, the one and only Peggy Seeger.
Peggy Seeger is a unique artist who has carved a special place in the folk revivals of both the UK and the USA. Although in her early 80s, her light burns as brightly as ever, with legendary live performances that might include an unaccompanied traditional ballad, followed by an anecdote from her remarkable life, before launching into a topical song about drugs, war, politicians, unions, women, love or ecology. A multi-instrumentalist (piano, guitar, 5-string banjo, autoharp, English concertina and Appalachian dulcimer), she is lauded for her feminist and political songs and has made 23 solo recordings and participated in over a hundred recordings with other artists. As Ewan MacColl's partner and muse, she was the inspiration for MacColl's classic 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' (the title of her much praised recent memoir) yet this is a woman who has consistently followed her own path with passion and vigour.
For a full bio of Peggy Seeger, please click here.
Peggy will be touring Atlantic and Central Canada from October 24th through November 10th of 2019.
Watch Peggy Perform Gonna Be an Engineer on YouTube.
Juno-Award winner Ray Bonneville will tour western and central Canada in March. Increased international touring sees Ray having less and less time to get back home to Canada so fans will be happy to see him coming to their towns. This time around Ray will be accompanied by his old band mate, Richie Lawrence on piano, so look for a fresh new angle for the material.
Here is where you can catch Ray and Richie next month:
|Mar 14||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment|
|Mar 15||Sherwood Park||AB||Sherwood Park|
|Mar 18||Kingsville||ON||UNICO Community Centre|
|Mar 20||Ottawa||ON||National Arts Centre|
|Mar 21||Toronto||ON||Hugh’s Room|
|Mar 22||Midland||ON||Midland Cultural Centre|
|Mar 23||Sudbury||ON||The Motley Kitchen|
|Mar 24||Gravenhurst||ON||Peter’s Place|
|Mar 25||Peterborough||ON||Private Event|
Black Umfolosi are no strangers to Canadian audiences, having performed hundreds of shows in this country, from coast to coast. In February they will embark on a tour that will take them right across Canada, but also deep into the USA. Fans can expect the same blend of dance and a cappella singing that has made Black Umfolosi something of a legend, and given them a reputation as one of the finest vocal groups from the African continent. Here is where you can catch them in Canada and America starting in February and going well into April.
|Feb 12||Columbus||OH||The Refectory|
|Feb 13||Erie||PA||Bruno’s Cafe|
|Feb 14/16||Kansas||MI||Folk Alliance|
|Feb 17||St. Louis||MI||Blanche M. Touhill Perfoming Arts Centre|
|Feb 21||Chicago||IL||Old Town School of Folk Music|
|Feb 24||Toronto||ON||Hugh’s Room Live|
|Feb 27||Ottawa||ON||Algonquin College|
|Feb 28||Guelph||ON||University of Guelph|
|Mar 02||Charlottetown||PE||PEI Brewing Co.|
|Mar 03||Pictou||NS||Decoste Centre|
|Mar 04||Annapolis Royal||NS||Kings Theatre|
|Mar 06||London||ON||Fanshawe College|
|Mar 07||Midland||ON||Midland Cultural Centre|
|Mar 09||Morden||MB||Access Event Centre|
|Mar 11||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment|
|Mar 12||Regina||SK||School shows - various|
|Mar 13||Regina||SK||The Exchange|
|Mar 15||Cranbrook||BC||Key City Theatre|
|Mar 17||Sherwood Park||AB||Festival Place|
|Mar 22||Slave Lake||AB||Slave Lake Legacy Centre|
|Mar 24||Revelstoke||BC||Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre|
|Mar 25||Coquitlam||BC||Evergreen Cultural Centre|
|Mar 28||Penticton||BC||Dream Cafe|
|Mar 31||Qualicum Beach||BC||Qualicum Rotary Hall|
|Apr 13||Leavenworth||WA||Snowy Owl Theatre|
|Apr 14||Mount Vernon||WA||MacIntyre Hall|
It's currently high summer in Australia. Not so where Shane Howard is headed. The Australian legend of folkrock and champion of many noble causes is headed not only onto the frozen Canadian prairies next month, but also deep into the artic circle for his first Canadian tour in several years. The Arctic dates will be performed with special guest, Yirrmal, who is one of the continent's brightest rising stars of aboriginal music. Shane's Saskatoon and Edmonton dates will be performed solo.
|Feb 15||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment|
|Feb 16||Edmonton||AB||Festival Place|
|Feb 20||Norman Wells||NT||Dennis Drolet Community Hall|
|Feb 22||Inuvik||NT||Our Lady of Victoria Catholic Church|
|Feb 26||Fort Simpson||NT||Bompas Elementary School|
|Feb 28||Hay River||NT||Riverview Cineplex|
World renowned guitarist, singer and songwriter Martin Simpson releases his 20th solo album in 40 years 'Trails & Tribulations' on September 1st 2017 via Topic Records. The brand-new studio album, his first new solo work since 2013's widely praised 'Vagrant Stanzas', will be available in standard and deluxe CD, digital download and standard vinyl (the latter through Vinyl 180).
'Trails & Tribulations' is a collection of songs about nature, about travels and about real life stories. There are traditional songs, poems and contemporary songs by great writers, and songs that I had to write because nobody else knew what I wanted to say. I travel, I learn songs, I write and try to get better at the skills required for me to do my job. I look at the world as I pass by, on the road, out of the train window, or as I stop and pay close attention to the square foot under my nose. There is so much to see and to hear and to inspire and to try and understand. I had a huge amount of fun playing and recording these songs, using different instruments, different noises, old friends and new ones, all of whom brought so much to the mix. Martin Simpson, April 2017.
Produced and engineered by Andy Bell, 'Trails & Tribulations' features some of Martin's most inventive playing yet, showcasing his virtuosity on a variety of instruments including acoustic guitars, resonator guitars, Weissenbown lap steel guitar, electric guitars, 5 string banjo, ukulele – and voice.
Guest musicians on the new album are: Ben Nicholls (string bass and electric bass guitars), Toby Kearney (drums and percussion), Nancy Kerr (fiddle and viola), Andy Cutting (diatonic accordion and melodeon), John Smith (electric guitar and backing vocals), Helen Bell (strings), Amy Newhouse-Smith (backing vocals) and his daughter Molly Simpson on vocals.
Hand in hand with his long and storied solo career, Martin has been central to seminal collaborations like The Full English, The Elizabethan Sessions and Simpson Cutting Kerr. He has worked with a dazzling array of artists from across the musical spectrum: Jackson Browne, Martin Taylor, June Tabor, Richard Hawley, Bonnie Raitt, Danny Thompson, David Hidalgo, Danú, Richard Thompson and Dom Flemons, to mention a few. He is consistently named as one of the very finest acoustic, fingerstyle and slide guitar players in the world and is the most nominated musician in the history of the BBC Folk Awards, with a remarkable 31 nods. A true master of his art.
For a full listing of Martin's 2017 concerts, please visit : martinsimpson.com/gigs.
Guy Davis and Fabrizio Poggi have been nominated for a 2018 Grammy in the Best Traditional Blues Album Category for Sonny & Brownie's Last Train. They are up against some stiff competition, including Elvin Bishop, Eric Bibb and some band called The Rolling Stones. We congratulate Guy and Fab and wish them well on Grammy night.
You can listen to Sonny & Brownie's last train on Spotify, here.
Martin Simpson is one of England's greatest guitar players, and also a singer-songwriter of some renown. Over nearly four decades, he has constantly been at the forefront of the UK folk scene, both as a solo artist, and in his many collaborations with the likes of Jackson Browne, Richard Thompson, June Tabor, Martin Carthy and many, may more. He has been nominated an incredible 26 times for the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, more than any other performer, with 9 consecutive nods for musician of the year, a title which he has won twice.
Martin is so busy in the UK and Europe that we have only managed to get him for one concert tour since 2012 (he has done several festival tours with JMI). Well, we are delighted today to announce that Martin is coming back in 2019, albeit for a short tour. We have ten days for all of Canada on this the next tour, so we expect the dates to go quickly. Martin will be available from October 3 through 13, 2019.
Watch Martin Simpson perform She Slips Away on Youtube
Watch Martin Simpson Singing You Were Never Any Good
Listen to Martin on Spotify while you work
JMI's Quartette will bring their reverential Christmas show to the Maritimes in December, with shows in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, before they head off to Toronto for their annual stop at Hugh's Room. Drawing from two Christmas CDs, Caitlin, Gwen, Cindy and Sylvia bring their trademark harmonies to a holiday program that has toured across the country for more than twenty years.
|Dec 08||Mabou||NS||Strathspey Place|
|Dec 09||Riverview||NB||Riverview Arts Centre|
|Dec 10||Truro||NS||The Marigold|
|Dec 11||Pictou||NS||The Decoste Centre|
|Dec 13||Toronto||ON||Hugh’s Room|
At the time of this posting, JMI's Ten Strings And A Goat Skin are galivanting across Europe again. Demand in Europe and the US has been so strong that our biggest problem with this young group has simply been finding dates where they are available to perform in Canada.
The guys will be doing a short run of Quebec and Ontario dates when they get back from overseas. Here is where you can catch them in November and December. They also have a couple of Quebec dates in early January before heading to California.
|Nov 24||Levis||QC||L’Anglicane Levi Vieux Levis|
|Nov 27||Kingston||ON||Elizabeth Bader Performing Arts|
|Nov 28||Ottawa||ON||National Arts Centre|
|Nov 29||Rimouski||QC||Salle Desjardins-Telus|
|Nov 30||Sainte-Anne-Des-Monts||QC||Maison de la Culture|
|Dec 01||Amqui||QC||Diffusion Mordicus|
|Dec 03||Sept Isles||QC||Salle de Spectacle Jean Marc Dion|
|Jan 11||Joliette||QC||Foyer de Centre|
|Jan 12||Quebec City||QC||Les Rendezvous es Trad de Quebec|
PEI based Acadian trad band Vishtèn has been extremely busy over the past six months, touring North America, Europe and New Zealand. They managed to find a little time for some western Canadian dates in their schedule for this month. Arguably the best Acadian trad band from Canada, this is a show not to missed.
Here is where you can find them in November.
|Nov 08||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment|
|Nov 09||St. Albert||AB||The Arden Theatre|
|Nov 14||Rocky Mountain House||AB||Grandview Stage|
|Nov 15||Valemount||BC||Valemount Community Theatre|
|Nov 17||Lake Country||BC||Creekside Theatre*|
* The Creekside Theatre show in Lake Country features another JMI group opening the show, the UK's fabulous The Young'Uns.
England's The Young'Uns are on a steep trajectory to folk superstardom, and they're coming back to Canada in November. The guys have already played many of the of major Canadian folk festivals and most of the UK and European ones. In November the two-time winners of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards coveted "Best Group" title, will be back for a concert tour stretching from Vancouver Island to Ontario.
Their current CD, Strangers, recently received a four star review in the London Guardian, and that same fabled newspaper ran feature article on them on October 11th. Want to hear what all the fuss is about? Watch them here on YouTube or listen to their new single here on Spotify.
|Nov 04||Calgary||AB||Braeside Community Centre|
|Nov 05||Vermilion||AB||Lakeland College|
|Nov 06||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment supporting Guy Davis|
|Nov 07||Prince Albert||SK||Plazza 88 Centre|
|Nov 17||Lake Country||BC||Creekside Theatre supporting Vishtèn|
|Nov 18||Penticton||BC||The Dream Cafe|
|Nov 22||Gabriola||BC||The Roxy Theatre|
|Nov 23||North Saanich||BC||Mary Winspear Centre|
|Nov 24||Calgary||AB||Dalhousie Community Centre|
|Nov 25||Sherwood Park||AB||Festival Place|
|Nov 27||Toronto||ON||Hugh’s Room|
|Nov 28||Kitchener||ON||The Registry Theatre|
|Nov 29||Port Hope||ON||Greenwood ArtHive|
|Nov 30||London||ON||Jack Richardson Ballroom|
Often referred to as the greatest Celtic guitarist in the world, Tony McManus spends most of his time touring overseas, but he has found time for some western dates this fall. While Tony is known primarily as a guitarist, he is also a singer who understands the soul of the traditional songs he sings and delivers them with great passion and integrity.
Here is where you can catch Tony in October:
|Oct 18||Saskatoon||SK||The Bassment|
|Oct 19||North Battleford||SK||Dekker Centre|
|Oct 20||Sherwood Park||AB||Festival Place|
|Oct 21||Calgary||AB||Irish Cultural Centre|
JMI's Moulettes have really been turning heads on their trips to Canada, which number three now over the past two years. The guys will be back in October, touring from Quebec to British Columbia. If you haven't seen this incredible band yet, you really want to catch them on this tour - some of the best original music we have had the pleasure to tour in years. Here is where you can catch them next month:
JMI Signs Wales' Calan!
JMI has worked with artists from every continent except Antarctica. Pickin's are pretty slim down there, but we have our ear to the ground. Meanwhile, we are very excited to announce our first signing from Wales. Calan bring together the remarkable talents of 5 young musicians giving a fresh and vibrant sound to traditional Welsh music. With a contemporary and lively approach they breathe new life into the old traditions through their sparkling melodies, foot tapping tunes and spirited and energetic performances of Welsh step dancing. They blast their way through some of the old favourite reels, jigs and hornpipes with fast paced and uplifting arrangements before melting into some of the most beautiful and haunting songs. You can read more about this fantastic group here.
To see why we are so excited, check them out on YouTube here or listen to their latest recording here on Spotify.
Watch for Calan to tour Canada next summer – details coming very soon.
JMI's blues troubadour, Guy Davis, will return to Canada in November for a solo tour that will take him from Quebec to Alberta. Guy will be returning to some old haunts and also playing a few new venues. Here is where you can catch him.
Compass Records recording artist Claire Lynch will return to the Maritime provinces in October (2017). A lot has happened since her last east coast tour, most of which was sold out. She released North by South, a collection of all Canadians songs, which earned her third Grammy nomination, and she has performed hundreds of shows around North America in the two years since her last foray into the region. Based out of Nashville, Claire is one of America's most respected bluegrass artists.
Here's where you can catch her next month:
|Oct 06||Chester||NS||Chester Playhouse|
|Oct 07||Rogersville||NB||Rogersville Bluegrass Site|
|Oct 10||Pictou||NS||Decoste Centre|
|Oct 11||Mount Stewart||PE||Trailside Cafe|
|Oct 12||Summerside||PE||Harbourfront Theatre|
|Oct 13||Saint John||NB||Imperial Theatre|
|Oct 14||Lunenburg||NS||Lunenburg Opera House|
|Oct 15||Riverview||NB||Riverview Arts Centre|
Tony McManus and Martin Simpson are known as two of the finest guitarists in the world. The prestigious Guitar Player Magazine recently compiled a list of the top fifty acoustic guitarists of all time and they both made the cut. Tony emailed us to say that he was "tucked in" between John McLaughlin and Joni Mitchell in the alphabetical list. Considering luminaries such as Segovia, Robert Johnson and Tommy Emmanuel are included, Martin and Tony are in some pretty exclusive company. The guys are long time friends, and have also performed together, as you can see in this video.
Over the years JMI has also represented other guitarists such as Bruce Cockburn, Juan Martin and JP Cormier, Luther Johnson of Muddy Waters fame and Alison Brown, who is the top-ranked female banjo player in the world. Fiddlers? We've know a few, from Frankie Gavin to Richard Wood and April Verch. Truth is, we have worked with far too many great players over the past two decades to mention them all, but we do search far and wide to find the very finest musicians in the world. Congrats to Tony and Martin – they both deserve to be on that list.
★★★★★ "Stunning….truly a transport of delight"
Alfred Hickling, The Guardian, London, UK
JMI is very excited to announce our most recent signing, England's The Transports. This 100 minute show gathers the cream of the English folk scene for the very moving story of poor Brits being exiled to Canada and Australia in the 18th Century. The multi-artist cast features The Young'Uns, Nancy Kerr, Faustus, Greg Russel and Rachael McShane of Bellowhead. Storyteller Matthew Crampton narrates the tale that links Peter Bellamy's famous set of folk ballads. With parallels to today's refugee crisis, and local flavour for each venue, The Transports blends insight with entertainment, plus a tour-de-force of harmony singing.
Scene from The Transports
For Folk Festivals, in addition to The Transports' performance, they can also have one performance from each of the cast, so that booking this act is really like booking six of England's very finest folk and roots artists, all of which would make a great addition to any folk festival. Not only is this perfect for folk festivals, it is also very economical and expedient. One contract and one fee, and there are six names on the festival poster!
★★★★ "an ensemble success…
ten voices uniting in magnificently lusty, rousing chorus"
Rob Adams, The Herald
The Transports will be available to tour folk festivals from July 13th through 29th of 2018. We will also be announcing a theatre tour soon. The great majority of gigs for The Transports take place in theatres, and the show has received four star reviews from both the The Guardian and The Herald in England. This tour comes with its own tech and professional marketing tools. You can read about the performance here. The Transports is also available for schools.
The entire Transports show is being performed to 35,000 people at the Shrewsbury Festival in England on Saturday, 26th August 2017 at 2:45pm GMT, and you can watch!
The performance will be live-streamed here. Follow the links on the website to the live stream from Main Stage (Stage 1). The links will appear closer to the festival date. It will start at the above time.
★★★★★ "Stunning….truly a transport of delight"
Alfred Hickling, The Guardian
★★★★ "an ensemble success….ten voices uniting in magnificently lusty, rousing chorus"
Rob Adams, The Herald
"Truly stunning ensemble singing and individual instrumental virtuosity"
Chris Kenny, Songlines
"Superb…the best piece of work I have seen in a very long time"
John Tams, Actor and Recording Artist
"The Transports is truly magnificent"
Ian Croft, RnR Magazine
Nigel Schofield, Living Tradition
"Thought provoking, beautifully performed, hopeful, educational, inspirational - a triumph"
Natalya Catton Wilson, EDS Magazine
"One of the best stage performances in a very long time"
Alex Gallagher, Folk Radio UK
"Moving and compelling"
Keith Savage, Arts Beat
Later in 2017, BBC Radio 3 will be broadcasting the full show from the BBC Radio Theatre in
London. Tickets were snapped up in two days.
JMI's Sylvia Tyson will headline this year's Kingsville Music Festival(August 13-17) with The Cowboy Junkies. Also on the bill are Harry Manx, JP Cormier, Dave Gunning, Steve Poltz and many others. Sylvia's mainstage performance will take place on Friday night. On Thursday, August 10th, Sylvia will also appear with her band at the Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre. Fans can expect songs spanning the legendary singer-songwriter's fifty-plus year career.
Thunder Bay is having a party on July 1st, and 20,000 guests will be along to celebrate. Headlining this event will be PEI's Ten Strings And A Goat Skin.
"We are excited to have added this extremely gifted act to Canada Day this year," said Ash Young, Cultural Development & Events Supervisor.
Ten Strings And A Goat Skin has been overwhelmed with the numerous accolades they have received for its new album, Auprès du Poêle, over the last several months including, award nominations for a Juno, two ECMA's, four Canadian Folk Music Award's, and six PEI Music Award's. The album was named Album of the Year by the prestigious Canadian Folk Music magazine Penguin Eggs. In addition the group has been singled out for an Album of The Year nomination from Folk Alliance International.
"We hope people will be ready to dance with us on Canada Day. 150 years is a big deal! And we're so stoked to somehow be a part of this memorable day," said Jessie Periard of Ten Strings And A Goat Skin. "Canada Day is always a fun time for partying and we're excited to celebrate with the people of Thunder Bay. This will be our very first time there, so we're going to do our best to leave a lasting impression!".
The PEI based band will barely have time to catch their breath this summer, with a dizzying touring schedule. Here's where you can catch them in the coming months.
• Christmas Day on Planet Earth (December 2, 2018)
• Quartette Christmas to Tour Alberta (October 29, 2018)
• New Signings From JMI (September 20, 2018)
• Ray Bonneville Displays His Blues & Americana Roots on New CD (September 18, 2018)
• Young'Uns to Tour Maritimes and Central Canada in October (September 11, 2018)
• Oysters3 Touring in October and November (September 11, 2018)
• Claire Lynch Western Tour Starting in September (September 11, 2018)
• Guy Davis touring Western Canada with Fabrizio Poggi in October (August 28, 2018)
• Electric Strawbs Final Canadian Tour set for October (August 28, 2018)
• Quartette to Tour Atlantic Canada in 2019 (August 3, 2018)
• Black Umfolosi Back to Canada this August (July 23, 2018)
• The Young'Uns Give Two Free Shows in Toronto in July (July 16, 2018)
• James Keelaghan's Summer Festivals (July 9, 2018)
• Guy Davis on the Road, Summer of 2018 (July 9, 2018)
• Calan to play Hugh's Room, Summerfolk (July 9, 2018)
• Martin Simpson Returns to Canada (July 2, 2018)
• JMI Signs The Gift (May 20, 2018)
• Tony McManus Headed West in May (May 10, 2018)
• Peterborough Show Rescheduled for Keelaghan-McManus Double Bill (May 1, 2018)
• James Keelaghan and Jez Lowe to Tour North America in the Fall (April 12, 2018)
• And Best Album Goes to... The Young'Uns! (April 9, 2018)
• JMI Signs Folk Legend, Peggy Seeger (March 23, 2018)
• Ray Bonneville to Perform Western and Ontario Dates in March (February 20, 2018)
• Black Umfolosi to Embark on North American Tour in February (January 27, 2018)
• Australia's Shane Howard to Perform Western and Northern Dates (January 11, 2018)
• Martin Simpson New Studio Album Released on Topic Records (December 19, 2017)
• A Grammy Nod for Guy Davis! (November 30, 2017)
• Martin Simpson to Tour Canada in October 2019 (November 29, 2017)
• Quartette Christmas Coming to the Maritimes (November 15, 2017)
• Ten Strings And A Goat Skin Touring Central Canada (November 11, 2017)
• The Young'Uns to Tour Canada in November (October 31, 2017)
• Tony McManus Headed for Western Canada (October 1, 2017)
• England's Moulettes Touring Canada in October (September 23, 2017)
• JMI Signs Wales' Calan! (September 22, 2017)
• Guy Davis to Tour Canada in October/November (September 18, 2017)
• Claire Lynch Returning to Maritimes in October (September 13, 2017)
• Two JMI Artists Included in the Top 50 Guitarists of All Time (July 26, 2017)
• JMI Signs England's The Transports (July 25, 2017)
• Sylvia Tyson and Cowboy Junkies to Headline Kingsville Music Festival (July 17, 2017)
• JMI signs Austin's Band of Heathens (June 27, 2017)
• Claire Lynch US and Canadian Summer Dates (June 26, 2017)
• Guy Davis to Tour Western Canada with Fabrizio Poggi in 2018 (June 26, 2017)
• Moulettes Summer Dates (June 20, 2017)
• Young'Uns Canadian and Overseas Summer Dates (June 20, 2017)
• England's "Best Folk Group" to Tour Eastern Canada (June 20, 2017)
See News page for more JMI news.