Penguin Eggs

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Cover Story

Canada’s renowned folk festivals overcome numerous challenges on an annual basis. They now face the fallout from a preponderance of diverse competition. Roddy Campbell highlights the problems and the retorts.

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The Penguin Eggs Interview

Colin Irwin chats with the curator of the legendary Alabama recording studio.

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The tightest rhythm section in Celtic music returns with a dynamic new disc—their first record in 14 years.

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The Small Glories

Winnipeg duo turn biographical and geographical on an album of unflinching protest and folk songs.

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Lavoie & O'Regan + Marchand

A trio of Québec-based traditional musicians revel in one another' exceptional talents.

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Dione Taylor

She skilfully walks the edge of a southern gospel-blues belter, prudent with her vibrato and phrasing.

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Art Samuels

He has the honour of being the first Canadian singer/songwriter to record political songs, both satirical and serious.

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The Brother Brothers

Identical twins refine their sweet, minimalist music that sometimes harkens back to early Appalachian roots.

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Songs Of Our Native Daughters

Four banjo pickers document the lives of black slave women in the American South.

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The Jim Cuddy Band

The new record from these longtime friends captures the spirit and energy of their live performances.

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