Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Eliza Doyle tours in support of new release - It Ain’t What It Seems

When Eliza Doyle’s car broke down in Nashville in 2015, she found herself happily stuck in Music City. The venerable banjo player and singer/songwriter from Saskatchewan had stopped in to see a festival and ended up enjoying an extended stay, playing in bars and meeting all manner of talented musicians. Having been on sabbatical to follow her muse anyway, it seemed like fate urging her to keep on the well-worn path to musical fulfillment.

Doyle has had a fifteen-year career in groups, as a solo artist, and as a professional session musician, playing banjo, singing, with not only the banjo, but with guitar, dobro and mandolin. She has released nine full-length albums, won numerous awards, and toured North America and Europe. Doyle has been a regional finalist in CBC’s Searchlight Canada competition and past winner of Bell Media’s contest, The Next Big Thing.

On her new album It Ain’t What It Seems Doyle’s strong, but wonderfully frayed voice belts out captivating tunes and harmonies. She has the versatility to go from beautiful and melodious songs, to a full on boot stompin’ party scene. With her charismatic high energy performance, combined with outstanding claw hammer banjo, everything about Eliza Doyle’s music rings of an authenticity that takes you straight to the beating heart of folk and bluegrass music. 

Eliza Doyle – It Ain’t What It Seems Tour

Eliza Doyle (banjo, dobro, guitar) 
Lucas Geotz (pedal steel, drums)
Dustin Olmsted (lead guitar)
Liza Holder (guitar)
Paula McGuigan (upright bass)

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