EVERYWHERE A MAN CAN BE OUT NOW
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Recently nominated for a 2017 Canadian Folk Music Award for best solo artist of the year, Zachary Lucky is unapologetically old-school country, armed with a husky, baritone voice. He carries himself like a younger Richard Buckner or a heartier Doug Paisley and receives comparisons to songwriters such as Gordan Lightfoot and Kris Kristofferson. He sings of Canadian places and people as knowingly as he might Townes Van Zandt or the Rio Grande. It's a relatable show on many levels, and conjures universal feelings that have passed through our collective timelines. Already hailed as a master storyteller by outlets ranging from No Depression to The Globe and Mail!, and recently nominated best solo artist of the year at the 2017 Canadian Folk Music Awards, Lucky’s Everywhere A Man Can Be is his most powerful statement to date.
Happy father's day to all of the dads out… https://t.co/o8wNYi8JeV
Lately, I find songwriting to be a lot like fishing. It takes patience. Practice. Sometimes it requires stubbornnes… https://t.co/vUgC7FuBAj
Jamming the new @slocanramblers record "Queen City Jubilee" in the office all day. Give it a listen folks. Some great Canadian bluegrass.