Del has won the 2015 Sirius XM Indie award for Folk/Roots Artist or Group of the Year!
Winners were determined by fan vote, so a great many thanks to all of you who voted, your support is incredibly appreciated! For a full list of Indie Award winners, click here.
Congratulations to all of the winners and the nominees, and a big thanks to Sirius XM for its ongoing support of Canadian music!
This past March, Del made a stop at eTown in Boulder, CO to put on a fantastic show with Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, which is now available for everyone to enjoy. Click here to watch Del perform on this week’s episode of eTown!
Del has been nominated for a Sirius XM Indie award for Folk/Roots Artist or Group of the Year!
Winners are determined in all categories by fan vote, cast yours here today!
Winners will be announced at the Sirius XM Indie Awards on Saturday, May 9 live in Toronto during Canadian Music Week, and the entire show will be broadcast live on Iceberg (Sirius 161) and The Verge (XM 173). Be sure to tune in if you cannot make it to the show!
Many thanks in advance to all who vote for your support!
Del is very excited to be a part of this year’s Red Ants Pants Music Festival lineup in White Sulphur Springs, MT. Del will be joining a lineup that is not to be missed, including Nitty Gritty Dirtband, Keb’ Mo’, Lee Ann Womack, Lucero and many more!
Del performs on July 25 on the Mainstage.
Get your festival passes here.
Camping info available here.
Huffington Post educates us on some very compelling reasons to be attending this year’s Merlefest in Wilkesboro, NC, of course Del’s performance being among them! Check out the article here.
That all said, be sure to get your tickets to Merlefest, they are available for purchase here.
Del performs on Saturday, April 25, catch him at the Watson and Americana stages.
Lineup and schedule information available here.
This May 2, join Del and some special guests at 2015’s Artists For Life fundraiser, being held in The Club at the Citadel Theatre. This year’s beneficiaries are HIV Edmonton, Camp fYrefly, and Theatre Network. Tickets are on sale now, come on out and support these great causes.
When in Hamilton for the Juno Awards, you might as well join the JUNOFest-ivities!
Be sure to stop by This Ain’t Hollywood to catch Del’s JUNOFest performance at the Outlaws And Gunslingers party.
Entry is first come first serve with your JUNOFest wristband, purchase yours in advance here, or at the door.
The winter is a brewing, so it’s time to head south starting in Guthrie, Oklahoma with our friends at Prairie Gothic followed by SXSW and wrapping up with the very, very talented Samantha Crain.
Head here for ticketing information. See you on the other side!
A big, big congratulations to everyone who enjoyed a 2015 JUNO Award nod earlier today, and a real pleasure seeing so many friendly faces on the big screen.
What an honour to receive a Roots Album of the Year nomination for Prairieography. Count down to Hamilton begins… now!
Thank you to all of the Canadian campus and community radio stations for their support in 2014. What an honour to be listed among such amazing talent. Here’s to a kick ass 2015…!