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A six-piece ensemble from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Royal Canoe give you everything, but on their own maniacally hybrid terms. It's one thing to reference a particular style, or even a range of styles. It's another thing entirely to grab huge handfuls of sounds from pretty much anywhere, throw them all together and come up with something both cohesive and totally distinctive—something that also happens to ripple and crack with energy. This is what Royal Canoe does best.

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Boy & Bear To Play Sasquatch Festival; “Southern Sun” Debuts On Triple A Top 30 Radio Chart At #28

 UK MEDIA ARE RAVING ABOUT BOY & BEAR’S HARLEQUIN DREAM:

"Platinum-selling artists in their native Australia, Boy & Bear look to the West Coast rock classicism of Fleetwood Mac and Jackson Browne on their second album, given a glossy transatlantic sheen by mix engineer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty)."
-- Uncut "Ones To Watch In 2014"

" Folk-touched indie sunshine…" -- Clash

"'Southern Sun' is brimful of gleaming harmonies and sinuous guitar…"
-- The Independent

"California-dreaming stratum of 1970s rock…they've nailed the tequila-sunrise mellowness, which acts as a gateway to an album full of emollient soft rock. It's seductive stuff, pushing all the right wistfulness/optimism buttons and allowing the songs time to flow to a leisurely conclusion." -- The Guardian

In addition to their previously announced North American spring tour, critically-acclaimed Australian band Boy & Bear will return to the U.S. for Sasquatch Festival’s newly added second weekend, July 4-6, alongside such artists as New Order, Röyksopp + Robyn, Broken Bells, Rhye, Local Natives and St. Lucia.

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 Passenger's worldwide hit "Let Her Go" provides the perfect soundtrack for this touching Super Bowl spot featuring a puppy, a clydesdale, and 61 seconds of heart-wrenching cuteness. 

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Passenger's "Let Her Go" Soundtracks New Budweiser Super Bowl TV Spot "Puppy Love"

Passenger's international hit single "Let Her Go" was chosen as the soundtrack to Budweiser's heartwarming 2014 Super Bowl spot, titled "Puppy Love."  The commercial premiered on the Today on January 29 and immediately went viral, gaining upwards of 15 Million views in 24 hours.  Passenger, puppies, horses (and beer), oh my!

Passenger's "Let Her Go" Soundtracks New Budweiser Super Bowl TV Spot "Puppy Love"

Passenger's international hit single "Let Her Go" was chosen as the soundtrack to Budweiser's heartwarming 2014 Super Bowl spot, titled "Puppy Love."  The commercial premiered on the Today on January 29 and immediately went viral, gaining upwards of 15 Million views in 24 hours.  Passenger, puppies, horses (and beer), oh my!

Run River North Announces LA Album Release Show And Dates With Goo Goo Dolls

 
Get to know Run River North by watching their 'Spotlight' segment
on Last Call With Carson Daly above. 

LA-based sextet Run River North will celebrate the February 25th release of their self-titled debut album by headlining the iconic Troubadour in Los Angeles on Monday, March 3rd. The band last played and sold-out the venue back in December of 2012, well before they signed with Nettwerk or had a full-length album recorded. Tickets are on-sale now. Following the record release show, the group will head down to Austin, TX for SXSW (showcases TBA).

Starting in April, Run River North will support the Goo Goo Dolls on their acoustic Spring tour, The Otis Midnight Sessions. The tour launches on April 7th in Syracuse and will include stops in Albany, Nashville and Chicago before wrapping up in Green Bay on the 27th (complete list of dates below). The shows will be performed in a “Story Tellers” format and both bands will perform acoustic unless noted otherwise. In the midst of these dates, Run River North will stop in New York City for their own show at the Rockwood Music Hall on Thursday, April 10.

Nettwerk One Publishing/Revelry Music Group Extends Publishing Deal With Grammy®-Nominated Songwriter Jessie Jo Dillon

  
From left to right: AJ Burton (Revelry), Jessie Jo Dillon, Melissa Emert-Hutner (Nettwerk One)

“Brandy Clark, [Kacey] Musgraves, Shane McAnally, Luke Laird, Jessie Jo Dillon and Mark Stephen Jones are among a friendly gang of co-conspirators who are finding fresh ways to write successful contemporary country songs.” – USA Today

Grammy®-nominated songwriter Jessie Jo Dillon has extended her publishing agreement with Nettwerk One Music/Revelry Music Group.

One of Nashville’s finest young writers, Dillon contributed three songs to Brandy Clark’s critically-acclaimed debut album 12 Stories:: “Crazy Women,” “Just Like Him,” and “Hungover.” In the past, she has also worked with such artists as George Strait, Rodney Atkins, Craig Morgan, LeAnn Rimes, Carly Pearce, Craig Campbell, Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis. 

Nettwerk One Publishing/Revelry Music Group Extends Publishing Deal With Grammy®-Nominated Songwriter Jessie Jo Dillon

  
From left to right: AJ Burton (Revelry), Jessie Jo Dillon, Melissa Emert-Hutner (Nettwerk One)

“Brandy Clark, [Kacey] Musgraves, Shane McAnally, Luke Laird, Jessie Jo Dillon and Mark Stephen Jones are among a friendly gang of co-conspirators who are finding fresh ways to write successful contemporary country songs.” – USA Today

Grammy®-nominated songwriter Jessie Jo Dillon has extended her publishing agreement with Nettwerk One Music/Revelry Music Group.

One of Nashville’s finest young writers, Dillon contributed three songs to Brandy Clark’s critically-acclaimed debut album 12 Stories:: “Crazy Women,” “Just Like Him,” and “Hungover.” In the past, she has also worked with such artists as George Strait, Rodney Atkins, Craig Morgan, LeAnn Rimes, Carly Pearce, Craig Campbell, Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis. 

The AV Club Premieres New William Fitzsimmons Music Video For "Fortune;” Tickets On Sale Now For North American Spring Tour

 

William Fitzsimmons debuted his official video for "Fortune" on The AV Club. This is the first single off his forth-coming album, Lions, out February 18 via Nettwerk Records. The video transplants the viewer to a picturesque, serene landscape overlooking the afternoon of a group of teenagers on a journey of young love and discovery. A happier tone than the meaning of the song, which Fitzsimmons has described as "being at a crossroads of making a tough decision and not knowing if the outcome will be better or worse."

In addition to the video release William Fitzsimmons has also announced the dates for his 2014 spring tour. The tour will kick off with two New York shows on April 15 at Littlefield in Brooklyn and on April 16 at the NYU Skirball Center for Performing Arts. Along the way Fitzsimmons will stop in major markets like Nashville, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Chicago before ending his tour on June 15 in Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair. See below for a full list of tour dates. To purchase tickets for any of these shows please go here.