"Heartwarming lyrics and harmonies - a soothing soundtrack to any afternoon."
Kym Butler, Music and Artist Programs Coordinator
The National Music Centre (AB)

Career News & Updates

Fall Tour Finale 

Hey folks! We've had an incredible time performing our new single ‘The Very Thing I Fear’ for audiences all over Alberta  this fall and our tour finale happens tomorrow night at The Juniper Hotel & Bistro in Banff.

This concert kicks off the ‘Music @ The Juniper’ series (limited tickets may still be available) in partnership with Peaks + Prairies Productions and we are so excited to perform in the Bow Valley again. Fun fact: many of the songs on our new album were written or composed in Banff during our five-week songwriting residency at the Banff Centre.

We had the pleasure of chatting with 106.6 Mountain FM radio host Rob Murray earlier this morning where we talked all about the new single, the challenges of touring with three young children, recording the new album with Jason Hofer at Refinery Record Room, and more! 

You can have a listen to the full interview HERE.

Debut Single Released 

We are thrilled to announce the commercial release our debut single ‘The Very Thing I Fear’ on streaming platforms worldwide including Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and many more. The song is also available for listening and download at Bandcamp (which boasts the best audio quality). Our official press release (linked HERE) is also included as an image below.

We celebrated this career milestone by performing in Banff, Alberta high atop Sulphur Mountain this past Friday night in partnership with Banff Gondola. Then on Saturday we performed as part of #AlbertaDay celebrations at Heritage Park in Calgary. It was an honour to be invited by Alberta Culture and to be included in the same line-up as The Travelling Mabels, John Wort Hannam, Nice Horse, and many other talented acts from across the province.

Our next performance takes place Saturday, September 9th at The Venue in High River. Event details can be found HERE.


Alberta Day at Heritage Park 

We're thrilled to announce that we'll be performing at Heritage Park's ALBERTA DAY festivities this weekend. You can catch our performance at the Celebration Tent stage at 1:00 PM, where we'll offer a relaxing afternoon set of family-friendly folk/roots music. Park admission is FREE for everyone, though capacity is limited so make sure you arrive early enough to enjoy the whole day. The line-up looks incredible!

Full event details here: https://heritagepark.ca/events/alberta-day/
Reserve your FREE tickets here: https://www.showpass.com/alberta-day/

15 Minutes of Fame Festival 

Howdy folks! We're super thrilled to be returning to Rosebud, Alberta on Sunday, August 27th @ 1:45pm for their annual 15 Minutes of Fame Festival (otherwise known as the Rosebud Folk Festival). The full line-up looks incredible! This family-friendly event, creative community, and everyone involved with the festival have become very close to our hearts over the years. We can't say enough good things about it and best of all, the artisan hamlet of Rosebud is an amazing place to explore with others. We hope you'll join us!

Get your tickets by clicking HERE.

Recap: Fisher Peak Winter Ale Series 

Earlier this year we had the pleasure of performing at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook, BC for the Fisher Peak Performing Winter Ale Concert Series hosted by the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society. We had a really fun evening with the audience and received some very encouraging words from several folks in attendance:

“I attended your show last week and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Your musical talent and songwriting, combined with your audience interaction and a wonderful sense of humor made for a memorable night!”

“Really loved the recent F&F show in Cranbrook. Joal and Lauren has us in the palms of their talented hands, with blendy harmonies, storybook songwrtiting, and expressive guitar playing. A treat!”

“From an audience member's and a former producer's perspective, I think you two were one of the most honest and personal performances I have ever had the pleasure to attend.”

Photo Credits: Murray Hayward