By Alex HudsonFolksy BC songwriter Joshua Hyslop has earned some recognition in his home province in the form of a deal with Vancouver's Nettwerk Records, and now he's looking to spread the word across Canada with fast-approaching tour.
The outing kicks off on March 15 in Kelowna, BC. From there, Hyslop will head across the Prairies until he arrives at Canadian Music Week in Toronto. Then, following come more gigs in Ontario, he'll make his way back to the West Coast.
For now, you can see all Hyslop's currently confirmed stops below, but keep an eye on his website for additional shows, as more are on the way.
Along with the tour dates, Hyslop has shared the new, sensitive acoustic single "What Have I Done," which is streaming at the bottom of the page. The track is a duet with Anna Scouten and will appear on Hyslop's forthcoming yet-to-be-announced debut LP. If you like what you hear, "What Have I Done" will hit iTunes tomorrow (March 13).
3/15 Kelowna, BC - The Minstrel Cafe 3/16 Calgary, AB - The Palomino 3/17 Medicine Hat, AB - Inspire Cafe 3/23 Toronto, ON - Free Times Cafe (CMW) 3/24 Toronto, ON - The Library Bar (CMW) 3/28 Kingston, ON - The Tir Nan Og 4/4 Thunder Bay, ON - The LU Study 4/5 Steinbach, MB - Oak Ridge Cafe