Northern wilderness adventurer Kate Weekes captures the landscape of her travels in song. Dog mushing above the Arctic Circle on a Norwegian fjord in the winter of 2017 has influenced her most recent body of work. Kate’s live performance is laden with candid stories of beatnik travel and time in the bush. Kate’s song “Sing it to the Hills” recently won the political category of the Songs from the Heart competition through Folk Music Ontario.
Kate recently relocated to Kingston more than a decade of living in the Yukon Territory. She performs contemporary folk originals both solo and as a duo. She is currently offering guitar lessons out of her home studio.
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The Tragically Hip started its own music festival, Another Roadside Attraction, in 1993. The first event was held in Winnipeg and featured the Hip, Midnight Oil, Crash Vegas, Hothouse Flowers and Daniel Lanois.
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