Hook & Nail receives Canadian Folk Music Award nomination
November 20, 2019 in Industry News
The Canadian Folk Music Awards announced the nominees for its 15th edition on Nov 19, 2019, celebrating this year’s 105 nominees. Saskatchewan folk trio, Hook & Nail, is pleased to learn they have been nominated for New/Emerging Artist(s) of the Year.
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About Hook & Nail
Combining the diverse talents of Jeff D. Michel (mandolin, bass, percussion, lead vocals), Mike Davis (acoustic, vocals) and Lindsay Arnold (vocals), Hook & Nail is an eccentric folk/roots trio from Estevan, SK. Using rich vocal harmonies and a blend of electric and acoustic instrumentation, they tell the stories of the prairies, past and present. Deriving inspiration from the oil-rich, coal mining area of southeast Saskatchewan, Hook & Nail’s debut album, "Ghosts of Taylorton", is a blend of confessions, childhood memories, local history and rural legends. The album was voted #4 in SaskMusic’s Best Saskatchewan Albums of 2018.