Reviews for Six Shooter artists
The Deep Dark WoodsThe Place I Left Behind
In just a few short years, Saskatoon's The Deep Dark Woods have carved out a significant presence in the Canadian roots scene. In 2009, their album Winter Hours won the Best Roots Group at the...read more...
By Steve Marlow
Sep 22, 2011
Christine FellowsThe Last One Standing
It seems we Canadians know something about storytelling, and that is that sometimes how the story is told and how it is ornamented, is as important as the story itself. On The Last One Standing,... read more...
By Eric Hill
Jun 6, 2002
Coming off a very successful solo project with We Didn't Even Suspect That He Was The Poppy Salesman, not to mention 10 full-length CDs with the Rheostatics, Martin Tielli is rapidly becoming one of the...read more...
By Dave Meagher
May 21, 2002
Martin TielliWe Didn't Even Suspect That He Was the Poppy Salesman
Martin Tielli is a member of the Rheostatics. This is a fact difficult to ignore when discussing his solo debut. But, thankfully, the inevitable comparisons are rendered insightful, and ultimately transcended, by Tielli's distinctive voice...read more...
By Caitlin Crockard
Mar 28, 2002
The debut album of Whitehorse is the musical marriage of the husband and wife duo of Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet. Both well recognized in the musical community with awards and nominations from the Juno...read more...
By Dave Ferguson
Sep 30, 2011
WhitehorseThe Fate Of The World Depends On This Kiss
Whitehorse is the alter ego of husband and wife team Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland. Both had successful solo careers before teaming up as Whitehorse, and their second album together is a very enjoyable listen....read more...
By Steve Marlow
Oct 14, 2012