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100 mile house plays Cedar Creek Cafe' in Winlaw

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
July 2nd, 2013

The Cedar Creek Cafe’ in Winlaw is the place to be Wednesday, July 17 as the transatlantic folk act 100 mile house comes to play in the Slocan Valley as part of a two-week tour across the province.

100 mile house is an Edmonton-based husband and wife duo Peter Stone and Denise MacKay, plus multi-instrumentalist Scott Zubot.

The band has shared their unique brand of original transatlantic folk at shows and festivals near and far.

100 mile house’s beautiful harmonies, rich arrangements and captivating lyrics make their sound truly distinctive.

The new 100 mile house release, wait with me, is their third full-length album, packed with the lyrically driven roots tunes that gained this band a devoted following in the Canadian music scene and beyond.

This haunting and highly personal song collection is the follow-up to hollow ponds, their award-winning 2011 release.

The track ‘London’, a heartfelt tale of Peter’s hometown, won the Calgary Folk Festival’s 2013 Pro’s and Prose songwriting award.

The album has just been nominated for a 2013 Western Canadian Music Award for Roots Group Recording of the Year. There’s no question 100 mile house will go the distance — hear new tracks and get the latest updates at

The beauty of this concert set for 8 p.m. is it’s free.

But don’t be late as the because the Cedar Creek Café promises to fill up very quick.

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