News & Yammerings

Pictures from across Canada! 

Hey guys, just wanted to share with you all some photo's from our Cross Canada trip August - October 2017.  Thanks again to everyone who made that trip special.  It truly was the trip of a life-time.  

 

 

Here is Ari against the red mud cliffs at Argyle Shore Provincial Park 

Jasmin with pal Vanessa in Montreal, eating an incredibly delicious bagel.

Jas sitting in one of the many red chairs we sat in all across Canada.  This one was in Peterborough, checking out the sweet lift locks.  

Being in a…

Read more

Lot's happening for the birds! 

We have some big news to share with you all.  

Firstly, we are going to be releasing our new album, Wild Returns, very soon!  The rough date is May 2, depending on whether we can lock down a release show date.  

Secondly, Ari and I are getting married!!!.......... To other people!!!  Soon after we got back from our cross Canada tour we both met our significant others.  Needless to say things have been rather busy the last few months for us with this whole love thing as well as putting together this new…

Read more

TOUR DATES!! 

Here is a list of our dates we have confirmed for our up coming cross Canada tour!  Share it with your people if you know anyone in these hoods.

Covers for the Cause 

We've teamed up with Music Heals to help raise funds to support music therapy programs across Canada.  Request any song for us to cover!  For every $25 you donate you can request one song.  You can even make it a dedication to a friend or family member.  Here's how to donate and make your request: 

1.  Go to our donation page and click on the donate button (or make an account) 
2.  Fill out the form and make your song request in the "For Group" text box. 
3.  Fill out all the rest of your info and such. 
 

Read more

Thoughts on Canada Day  

Preemptive Happy Canada Day folks,

Ari here, just wanted to share some quick thoughts on the day.  I grew up in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario and went to an elementary school with many friends who are of the Ojibwe tribe, and while most of the time we'd be in the same class, we'd separate to French and Ojibwe classes for a portion of each day. Now, I'm not sure if this still happens in Ontario, but it's silly if it does. Seems to me that if we're learning more about each others' cultures (historical, *and*…

Read more

Sign up for the CLB Newsletter.

1 email a month. Get the latest news, some guitar tricks, and there's a free song download upon signup.

This feature is rendered via ajax