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Come to the X for another set from our "Girls are Back in Town" concert, recorded live at the CBC Galleria in Regina, with the frankly fabulous Juno-nominee Suzie Vinnick whose voice, unparalleled musicianship and sheer presence is the essence of "woman", plus a little primer on the dangers of small town gossip from Lloydminister's Dolores Ewen.  


Listen to the concert, courtesy of CBC R2's Concerts on Demand

A Saskatoon native living in Toronto, Canada, 2012 Juno nominee Suzie Vinnick is

SUZIE VINNICK has been on a tear. At the 2012 Maple Blues Awards she won FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR and SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR while her album Me 'n' Mabel received a JUNO nod for Blues Album of the Year, She too is nominated for the New Maple Blues Awards in this month for Acoustic Act Of The Year, and Female Vocalist Of The Year.

and she's won a whole bunch more....




Listen to Suzie play at the Jeans Joint in Red Deer Alberta.


Suzie has toured nationally with Stuart McLean's The Vinyl Café, has performed for Canadian Peacekeepers in Bosnia and the Persian Gulf.

She performs powerfully on her own and with some of the best players in the business.

She was also the voice of Tim Horton's for 5 years.

Tonight, along with numbers from her past work, she's going to perform tunes from her new acoustic blues Cd Me and Mabel (dedicated to her beloved guitar--Mabel).


Dolores Ewen is a retired teacher from Lloyminister.