“Sounding a lot like Al Green and looking even more like Jamiroquai’s younger brother, Shand, 23, usurps the women of the new soul movement with this winning debut (The Way I Feel).” – Entertainment Weekly.
Wide Mouth Mason
Catchy, vibrant and funky describes this Saskatoon-based JUNO-Award winning band that blends rock, funk, soul, blues and pop into electrifying beats.
“Hot and haunting, Copeland doesn’t come across as an entertainer so much as a force of nature. The sound of her rafter-rattling voice- a dark, thundering alto- generates waves of energy and emotion. Impressive, fresh and modern, she has poise to match her power, and commands attention as few of her peers do.” –
Big Lack Johnson and the Oilers
“Contemporary Mississippi blues doesn’t get any nastier than in Big Jack Johnson’s capable hands. The ex-oil truck driver’s axe cuts like a rusty machete, his rough-hewn vocals a siren call to Delta passion.” – JW Entertainment
Dr Z and the MDs
To see Dr. Z live is to become a believer and a fan, nobody can excite a crowd like he does.
“The Twisters take the Chicago and Swing blues of the fifties, and give them an edge that is completely contemporary. Aside from playing blues with soul, the Vancouver-based quartet also does it with a sense of show.” – Calgary Herald.