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PERFORMERS

Jamie Warren

At the beginning of his career, the Canadian Country Music Association awarded him Outstanding New Artist in 1985. In the years following the award, he toured Canada frequently, in addition to releasing independent singles. By the mid-'90s, he had built up a strong following, and in 1995, e had two Top 20 hits in Canada -- "Ready to Run" and "What Goes Around Comes Around." The following year, he made his stateside debut with "Fallen Angel," which was released on A&M Records. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Cale Crowe

From the hills of Alderville First Nation in Ontario, Canada, Cale was fuelled by music since he could tie his shoes and has been taking audiences on a turbulent journey since he first picked up a guitar at 13. Cale himself describes the songs that up "Stars & Promises," his debut EP, and the sophomore EP "Til You Let Me Go," as different stages of his own life, each telling a different chater of the same story.


Aside from the records, Cale's unique performance uses little more than an acoustic guitar and a looping effect pedal and has given him the opportunity to perform across central and southern Ontario alongside acts like Ron Sexsmith, Scott Helman, Gentlemen Husbands, Jimmy Bowsill, Sarah Mark, 2016 SOCAN Songwriting Prize Winners Fast Romantics, and countless others.

Luna Li

Considered Toronto’s dream rock princess and self-described as a “fiercely feminist rock n’ roll moon fairy,” Luna Li always knew she would pursue music. Now classically trained in piano, she started learning when she was only 5 years old and studied classical violin in university. With new music expected to release and her latest single “Trying” passing 50,000 streams in just a couple of weeks, Luna Li has another big year ahead of her. Through her music and performances, she aims to create a safe environment and music scene for all people – free of judgement where everyone is welcome. 

 

Luna Li’s upcoming music can’t be defined a single genre, pulling from her classical training and many talents to make something unique and personal. You can always find her posting jam sessions and previews on her Instagram (@lunaliband) where you’ll instantly fall in love with her sound.