Friends, many of you have been asking how you can support us during the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent 6 months of cancelled shows/tours. We cannot thank you enough for reaching out and expressing your kindness and generosity.
** PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TO FIND THE BEST OPTIONS FOR YOU! **
If you are a Canadian citizen we suggest sending any financial support via interac e transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org due to the low processing fees.
For non Canadians, we suggest sending to the same email address (email@example.com) via PayPal and choosing the "Friends and Family" option, again due to lower processing fees. Or you can send via https://www.paypal.me/tsgcaraluft. ** If using a credit card, your statement will say "Blue Case Tunes" as the recipient.
ALSO FOR NON CANADIANS! You can check out https://transferwise.com/ It's fast, low cost and secure. If this is an option that appeals to you, please reach out to Cara (bandleader) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Alternatively you can click on the "Donate" button below (still PayPal but set up as our business and thus higher processing fees).
REGARDLESS of whether you're able to offer financial support we want you to know how GRATEFUL we are for you! Please continue spreading the word about TSG, we want our music to offer some respite, hope and healing.
Assiniboine & The Red (mp3)
The Small Glories
The Small Glories
Produced by 54-40 frontman Neil Osborne and mixed by Warne Livesey, “Wondrous Traveler” is abundant with tight harmonies, authenticity and a blend of traditional and contemporary elements that define this creative partnership. Love, life and transitions are driving themes of the album, supported by a diverse band of background instrumentalists. It’s audible in the progressive 'Had I Paid,' to the graceful choir presence in 'Home' and nostalgic lyricism of '1000 Stars.' From the traditional country folk elements of 'Time Wanders On' to the anthemic, upbeat 'Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key,' The Small Glories prove they are veterans of a familiar scene, while ever-evolving and versatile for an international audience.
“Wondrous Traveler” was recorded live to tape at the new Bottega Studios in Kelowna, BC and features guest musicians Mark Mariash (percussion), Gilles Fournier (bass), Scott Nygaard (lead acoustic guitar), Andrew McCrorie-Shand (hurdy gurdy & accordion), Jesse Padgett (Scruggs banjo) and Ivonne Hernandez (violin).