Jake Vaadeland & The Sturgeon River Boys (CAN)

Sun 5th May 2024
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TLR 12 th Birthday Show!

Doors 6pm, on stage 7pm. May be part-standing.

The TLR debut of one of the most exciting acts to come out of Canada in years! Get ready for some blistering bluegrass, country and rockabilly from this young singer songwriter with his superb band!

Jake Vaadeland & The Sturgeon River Boys

Jake Vaadeland is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Saskatchewan, Canada. His traditional sound and unique style could be defined as a blend of Bluegrass and 50’s Rockabilly, with Jake also specializing on guitar and banjo in addition to his impressive vocals. Jake strives to write and play with a focus on storytelling and messages that he hopes his audience can relate to, all packaged in foot stomping, high energy performances with The Sturgeon River Boys.

2022 also proved to be a remarkable for Jake Vaadeland, as he received 2x Saskatchewan Music Awards including Album of the Year for ‘Everybody But Me’, along with the Folk/Roots Artist of the Year. In addition, he earned 4x Saskatchewan Country Music Awards, including Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Alternative Country Album of the Year and Emerging Artist of the Year. His album, Retro Man also finished at #2 in fan voting for the Best Saskatchewan Albums of 2021.

In 2023, he performed at JunoFest, CCMA Week, travelled to Nashville to showcase at AmericanaFest, and opened for artists like Dean Brody and Charley Crockett. He recently earned a Western Canadian Music Award nomination for ‘Roots Artist of the Year’ and won a Saskatchewan Country Music Award for ‘Alternative Country Album of the Year’.

‘Canada’s country music scene would be in for a shake-up as the electrifying young performer brought elements of the past to modern audiences’ – The Sheaf

‘We’ve been hooked on Saskatchewan’s Jake Vaadeland and the Sturgeon River Boys since we saw them’ – NEXT Magazine

‘Jake Vaadeland and the Sturgeon River Boys continue to impress’ – Prince Albert Daily Herald