The 2022 Night of Artists/ NOA Artwalk Entertainment

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FRIDAY March 18th Bardic Form Bardic Form is an award-winning Progressive World Folk acoustic group from Edmonton, Alberta, who blend flamenco, traditional folk, dance and classical music into a high-energy and unparalleled performance. From repeat appearances at major outdoor festivals, to living rooms, concert halls to coffee houses, they are a rare gem performing something truly different and unforgettable.

Chance

FRIDAY March 18th CHANCE C is for... Characters H is for... Harmony A is for... Apple of course! N is for... New Costumes C is for... Costumes Galore! E is for... Entertaining ! Is for... Expressing excitement, astonishment, surprise, or any other emotion We are friends who are like sisters...and we love to sing!

Natalie B

Friday March 18th Natalie B I offer music; blues, jazz, funk, folk, whatever comes to mind; to entertain and stimulate. :) I offer workshops, that empower and create hope. I offer classes to grow knowledge and create skills. I offer product created out of the old to cherish and recycle. I offer stories to take you to new places and ideas.

John  Spearn

SATURDAY March 19th SPEARN True Canadiana: Folk-rootsy, multiple-award nominated songworks… deep-rooted in our history…have taken John to perform at major festivals on the shores of all three of Canada’s oceans, and countless places in-between. A longtime favourite: With a growing list of popular venues, festivals, celebrations, and Heritage

Carrie Day

Friday March 18th Carrie Day Edmonton, Alberta based folk/roots singer-songwriter and musician who has gained a reputation for her breathy vocals, poetic lyrics and skilled arrangements that channel raw emotion straight to the listener’s heart. With a style of her own, Carrie Day's has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Sarah Harmer. Her songs reflect her calling to create beauty, and understand the world around her, resulting in a unique sound that speaks to universal human

Alberta Heartland

SATURDAY March 19th Alberta Heartland Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a highly respected worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through performance, education and competition.

Phyllis Sinclair

Sunday March 20th Phyllis Sinclair Distinguished by Maverick Magazine as a "A Lady of Conviction" Folk singer songwriter, Phyllis Sinclair has earned national and international attention for her songs of truth and triumph. Canada's premium Folk, Roots and World Beat magazine, Penguin Eggs described her song North Coast Fisher Wife's Prayer, from Fence posts and Stones, as "positively impressive".

Dana Wylie

SUNDAY March 20th DANA WYLIE Dana Wylie has carved a uniquely wandering path through music; she cut her teeth in jug bands, bluegrass bands and cover bands in Taiwan, toured steadfastly with her own band in the UK, released three critically-praised albums. Colin Linden calls her “a bright light from the great west,” and her latest album, The Earth That You’re Made Of, earned her a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for Contemporary Singer of the Year.

Sunday March 22nd Derek Dunn

SUNDAY March 20th DEREK DUNN Derek is a new singer songwriter in the Edmonton music scene. Having only been performing as a solo act for 10 months he’s still getting figuring out where he fits in the music scene in Edmonton. With influences of pop, gospel, country, and rock Derek has been writing his own music for the last 12 years and is now happy to be releasing his sound into Edmonton and is looking forward to playing more gigs around the city.

Sunday March 22nd Mike Dominey

SUNDAY March 20th MIKE DOMINEY Mike Dominey is well known amongst Edmonton’s local Live Music Scene. He is a remarkably talented Musician, Singer/Songwriter, and self-taught multi-instrumentalist. Performing as a solo act with just his acoustic guitar, vocal beats and loop station, creating his sound authentically live at every show. Originally born and Raised in the small town of Stephenville, NFLD. He moved to the Greater Edmonton Area in 2011 to pursue his passion of music.