Zachary Lucky is unapologetically old-school folk and country, armed with a husky baritone voice. He writes and sings of Canadian places and people as knowingly as he might Townes Van Zandt or the Rio Grande. It's a relatable show on many levels, and conjures universal feelings that have passed through our collective timelines. Hailed as a master storyteller by outlets ranging from No Depression to The Globe and Mail, and recently nominated for solo artist of the year at the 2017 Canadian Folk Music Awards, Lucky will be releasing his much anticipated album “Midwestern” in October 2019.
You can tell that Landon Coleman likes it just the way he sings it; country—not rock, true—not cynical, like it means something—like it could change the course of your life. After playing with indie, folk and bluegrass groups across the country he spent a handful of years playing music in healthcare settings including four years doing end-of-life work at a hospice. Coleman is now singing, not just about his own heart and its goings-on, but about those crystalline, prismatic moments in life where the rubber meets the road for us all.