International touring award nominated Canadian artist Gordie Tentrees is releasing his 6th album “Less is More” in 2015 and will be touring it with multi-instrumentalist, former Winnipegger Jaxon Haldane, on Banjo, Mando and Fiddle Saw. He will be opening the show as well as performing with Gordie during his show. Tentrees has performs 200 concerts in 11 countries each year, nominated for Western Canadian Music Awards, Finalist in the ISC Americana Category out of 15 000 songs, and has toured with Kelly Joe Phelps, Steve Poltz, Fred Eaglesmith, and Mary Gauthier.

“Yet another album by a man who really should be a household name, thanks to the excellence of his vocal and writing skills and his ability to create atmospheres and arrangements perfectly suited to his writing, something not all great singer songwriters are able to master.”
– AMERICANA ROOTS UK 5/5

Jaxon Haldane:
Originally hailing from the hotbed of Canadian music Winnipeg MB, now hiding out in Oklahoma City, USA for the past several years, infamous frontman, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer Jaxon Haldane comes into his own, as a solo artist with the ability to combine the visceral intensity of punkrock or dixieland, with the soul stirring emotion of vintage country and blues emboldened in his songwriting. He was the frontman, singer, banjo player for legendary Canadian “mutant bluegrass” band D-RANGERS, where Haldane toured and shared the stage with Fred Eaglesmith, The Sadies, Romi Mayes, Scott Nolan, Willie P Bennett, Roger Marin, and Corb Lund. He even produced and recorded Canadian legend Willie P Bennett’s last album before his passing.

Website:
http://www.tentrees.ca/wp/

http://wecc.ticketfly.com/event/787481

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gordie-Tentrees/197650133713277

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