Contest:: Win 2 tix and limited edition Daniel, Fred & Julie poster

I’m not sure there is much more I can say about the lovely record Daniel, Fred & Julie created last summer in Sackville. Their stripped down take on folk classics has dominated my listening patterns for the last 6 months, and in that time I’ve given you a review, a track by track breakdown from Daniel Romano (Attack in Black), dubbed the LP as the #2 in Canada last year and earmarked it for my Polaris ballot. And truthfully… part of me still feels like I haven’t given the record enough praise and face time here on herohill.

Thankfully they are playing a show in Halifax at The North Street Church on April 9th (the day after one blogger’s birthday) with some opening support from Laura Peek and Baby Eagle.

To get everyone excited we are giving one lucky winner two tickets to the show and one of the limited edition posters (100 printed) that Daniel designed for the tour. It’s rare in today’s music that music is made strictly for the love of the songs, and this project was born out of that love and sends it to anyone that listens. This show is one you shouldn’t miss. All you have to do is send an email to HEROHILL AT GMAIL DOT COM or leave your details in the comments section. Good luck!

For those that are afraid of missing out if they don’t win, tickets are on sale now @ Heartwood, Lost & Found and Taz Records for $10.

MP3:: Daniel, Fred & Julie - The Gambler and His Bride
FACEBOOK EVENT:: Daniel, Fred & Julie



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