Penguin Eggs

Sample articles from latest issue

Four years on since her award-winning Raven’s Sun recording, Catherine MacLellan now revels in the beauty of her beloved Prince Edward Island and a new relationship.
The Penguin Eggs Interview: A 1999 conversation with this iconic Canadian songwriter is resurrected for posterity.
The Small Glories emerge with top honours from a crowded field. Several artists tie for new discovery.
Cape Breton fiddler releases her first album in eight years and it’s a Celtic wonder of great depth.
Duo turn the spotlight on hope, community, and sisterhood in a world of political turmoil.
With Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ in his corner, this young bluesman reinvents country blues.
Multi-instrumentalist’s intriguing musical evolution continues with her recent release, Rebirth.  
Their soulful singing and joyous playing create a timeless mix of blues, gospel, jazz, and R&B.
She performs old-time, folk, gospel, and even black minstrel on a vintage tenor banjo.
They favour traditional Québécois fiddle tunes with deep roots, but add a contemporary edge
His diverse folk songs range from stirring political commentaries to classic singalongs. In all its multifarious forms, folk song has many functions. What the folk tradition offers is a window to the world, an insight into the lives, attitudes, spirit,…
Roddy Campbell contemplates the formation of a national folk organization.
The Record That Changed My Life: Kat Danser salutes Mercedes Sosa’s En Argentina.
Blueberry Bluegrass president, Anna Somerville.
Songwriter Lynn Miles fears for the devaluation of her art.
The Early Risers, Leela Gilday, Marry Waterson & Emily Barker, Durham County Poets, and Rum Ragged