All Mighty Voice

Categories: Groups and Duos

Genres: Rock


Shayne Lazarowich
61 22nd Street East
Prince Albert, SK, S6V 1M8

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Built on a foundation of swanky grooves, All Mighty Voice plays a blend of Indie Rock n Roll, Soul and Grit that makes you feel like a 5:00 clock shadow in 1974. Weaving greasy fuzz, muddy elegance and simplicity, the boys come to the fight backed with solid rhythm section, swirling keys, vintage guitar tones, howling harmonica, and vocals that will knock you on your ass, then help you up, and bring you back wanting more. Honest music made by buds, to be played for buds.

AMV was formed in the fall of 2011 and quickly became a household name in Saskatchewan The release of their debut self-titled EP, earned the group a spot on the main stage at the Ness Creek Music Festival 2012, and highlighted a summer of sold-out shows. Along with Saskatchewan’s finest emerging and accomplished artists, the band’s singles “Movin’ On” and “What I Hold” appeared on SaskMusic’s “In Tune 2013” and “In Tune 2014” Compilation CDs. AMV is a three-time winner of Rawlco Radio’s “Best of the Best” band in Prince Albert, and two-time regional finalist in CBC’s Searchlight competition. All Mighty Voice, with the help of Rawlco Radio, SaskMusic and Creative Saskatchewan, recorded, released and independently toured their debut full-length album, “All For One”, nationally, earning them the privilege of opening for Juno award-winning Strumbellas during Junofest, as well as Tim Hicks at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, and appearances in Toronto, during Canadian Music Week. AMV has also shared the stage with artists such as Wide Mouth Mason, Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk, The Dead South, Madeline Merlo and The Pistol Whips.