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National Arts Centre’s #CanadaPerforms

Thank you NAC and #CanadaPerforms for organizing our self-isolation concert. Everyone was on the guest list when we performed in April from our self-isolation apartment in Montreal. What a treat. Must admit, it was a little weird performing in front of no audience, but we felt the love from coast to coast. Read more →

Land of Kush reviewed in The Guardian!

Land of Kush: Sand Enigma is The Guardian’s contemporary album of the month! “Sam Shalabi’s ambitious project offers up a heady mix of free jazz, Arabic classical, postpunk and panglobal folk music.” Congrats to Sam Shalabi for writing such great music and to all the amazing musicians. This project is nothing but joy to be a part of. Click here… Read more →

Southern Ontario Home Routes Tour

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to see us on our Fall tour of Southern Ontario. Big thanks to Home Routes, for organizing it, and to all the hosts for hosting us. Mega big thanks to Josh Toal, amazing musician and person, for sharing the road, and your pecan pie, with me. Read more →

El Coyote’s “Tip Jar” gets some CBC national love

It’s been fun playing with El Coyote over the past few years – nothing really beats writing and playing music with your friends, especially when your friends are Angela Desveaux, Michelle Tompkins, Mike O’Brien, Joe Grass and Andrew Horton! We had a great time playing at Folk Alliance this February, and got some nice feedback about our songs. It was… Read more →

Land of Kush

I am pretty excited to be part of another Land of Kush performance. We’ll be playing in Toronto March 24 at the Aga Khan Museum and April 2 in Montreal at the Sala Rossa. Here’s a little info about the project, from the Aga Khan Museum’s website: Land of Kush is a large ensemble assembled and directed by composer and… Read more →

Leonard Cohen Tribute December 14

I am honoured to be a part of the 5-part Leonard Cohen tribute series organized by Pop Montreal, the MAC (Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) and Li’l Andy at the Salle Gésu. As part of the December 14 show, we’ll be digging into the album New Skin for the Old Ceremony. Tickets available at Read more →

What a summer!

We had so much fun taking out duets album out west to the Vancouver Folk Fest this summer. It was a treat to play with Josh Zubot and Joe Grass. Thanks to everyone we met and played with! Looking forward to next summer already. Read more →

Duets album with Andrew Horton!

Katie Moore and Andrew Horton are very excited to their a duets album they recorded in Montreal in February with friends Joe Grass (dobro and mandolin), Sage Reynolds (bass), Alex Kehler (nycklharpa and fiddle), with Warren Spicer engineering. The duo are taking the cd on the road this week — to Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Dates below. Details available here:… Read more →