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Welcome to the West | Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra

The acoustic ensemble has wandered from the underground of bohemian Victoria, in Canada’s lush west coast, to a new, refined sound crafted by years of constant performing and touring together. Though drawing on flamenco flourishes learned in Spain, on African percussion, on bluegrass and other roots music from across the Americas, TMO has cycled through far-flung influences and youthful forays into sounds from all over,…See More
Oct 4, 2013
Brendan Kane posted a blog post

Welcome to the West | Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra

The acoustic ensemble has wandered from the underground of bohemian Victoria, in Canada’s lush west coast, to a new, refined sound crafted by years of constant performing and touring together. Though drawing on flamenco flourishes learned in Spain, on African percussion, on bluegrass and other roots music from across the Americas, TMO has cycled through far-flung influences and youthful forays into sounds from all over,…See More
Oct 2, 2013
A blog post by Brendan Kane was featured

The Low Anthem within St. Paul's Chapel

the Low Anthem - Boeing 737 from Welcome To The West on Vimeo.For a song as big and boisterous as any in their repertoire, this departure of Boeing 737 sounds like an all-together new thing when gently cushioned back and forth off of the stained glass panels and antique wooden finishes of St. Paul's Fish Creek Church. The original is a cacophony of cello, violin, and flickering…See More
Sep 25, 2012
Brendan Kane posted a blog post

The Low Anthem within St. Paul's Chapel

the Low Anthem - Boeing 737 from Welcome To The West on Vimeo.For a song as big and boisterous as any in their repertoire, this departure of Boeing 737 sounds like an all-together new thing when gently cushioned back and forth off of the stained glass panels and antique wooden finishes of St. Paul's Fish Creek Church. The original is a cacophony of cello, violin, and flickering…See More
Sep 21, 2012
Brendan Kane commented on Brendan Kane's blog post 'Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three'
"Wicked Paul - I just thumbed out a tweet with your link and checked out more Blabber'n'Smoke. Solid"
Aug 31, 2012
Paul K commented on Brendan Kane's blog post 'Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three'
"Agreed that the Rum Drum Ramblers are great. Ryan gave me a copy of their album at one of Pokey's shows for a review you can read here http://paulkerr.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/september-songs/."
Aug 31, 2012
Brendan Kane commented on Brendan Kane's blog post 'Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three'
"Listening right now, these tunes are great - thanks for the suggestion, Eryk. Ryan Koenig is a monster talent in his own right"
Aug 31, 2012
Rev. Eryk Pruitt commented on Brendan Kane's blog post 'Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three'
"If you love this music (and who wouldn't), be sure to check out The South City Three's main project: The Rum Drum Ramblers.  It's perfect once you've bought all Pokey's albums and still want to hear more.  Thanks…"
Aug 31, 2012
A blog post by Brendan Kane was featured

Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three

A definite highlight of many people’s Calgary Folk Music Festival, Pokey himself seemed an honest gentleman, through and through. His commute on Prince’s Island Park would be stymied by fans who easily spotted his iconic 30s attire – I can honestly say that his willingness to engage conversations of any kind is rare like hens teeth.Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three - One Town at a Time…See More
Aug 31, 2012
Brendan Kane posted a blog post

Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three

A definite highlight of many people’s Calgary Folk Music Festival, Pokey himself seemed an honest gentleman, through and through. His commute on Prince’s Island Park would be stymied by fans who easily spotted his iconic 30s attire – I can honestly say that his willingness to engage conversations of any kind is rare like hens teeth.Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three - One Town at a Time…See More
Aug 29, 2012
Brendan Kane is now a member of No Depression Americana and Roots Music
Aug 29, 2012

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Welcome to the West | Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra

The acoustic ensemble has wandered from the underground of bohemian Victoria, in Canada’s lush west coast, to a new, refined sound crafted by years of constant performing and touring together. Though drawing on flamenco flourishes learned in Spain, on African percussion, on bluegrass and other roots music from across the Americas, TMO has cycled through far-flung influences and youthful forays into sounds from…

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Posted on October 2, 2013 at 4:30pm

The Low Anthem within St. Paul's Chapel

the Low Anthem - Boeing 737 from Welcome To The West on Vimeo.

For a song as big and boisterous as any in their repertoire, this departure of Boeing 737 sounds like an all-together new thing when gently cushioned back and forth…

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Posted on September 21, 2012 at 9:00am

Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three

A definite highlight of many people’s Calgary Folk Music Festival, Pokey himself seemed an honest gentleman, through and through. His commute on Prince’s Island Park would be stymied by fans who easily spotted his iconic 30s attire – I can honestly say that his willingness to engage conversations of any kind is rare like hens teeth.…

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