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  • PUBLISHED Nov 16, 2015

  • PUBLISHED

    Nov 16 2015
  • THIS VIDEO

    3903 Views
    16 Votes
  • OVERALL RANK

    3525 th Views
    4199 th Votes
  • PEAK CHART RANK

    11 th Overall
    11/16/15
    1 st Chamonix
    11/19/15

FOLK ROAD SHOW performs the song "SLEEP ON MY SHOULDER" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY MARIE ZHOROVA

“This is the focus of the Folk Road Show, to bring an old time approach to new music” says Benjamin James Caldwell.
Once upon a time live roadshows were a staple of the music industry with the likes of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and Buddy Holly setting out on the road together to fill up community halls and theatres across North America. For years, friends Olaf Caarls (Long Conversations) and Benjamin James Caldwell (Broken Down Suitcase) fantasized of reviving this concept across Europe with each act performing a handful of songs before banding together for a grand finale, offering a diverse and exciting show to each audience.

Finally the stars aligned with the interest and subsequent addition of Canadian folk pop artist Dominique Fricot and the brilliant up-and-coming Dutch songwriter Pieter Van Vliet (Port of Call). With all on board they set out on a rigorous tour in the fall of 2014 playing a head-spinning 30 something shows across 7 European countries in little over a month.

Despite having never been in the same room until one hour before their first show, Caldwell, Van Vliet, Caarls and Fricot immediately started collaborating on each other’s songs, joining in for backing vocals and extra guitar or banjo parts. The result is a mesmerizing show, what Ben Wysocki of the Grammy nominated and Billboard Chart topping band “The Fray” described as “The closest you’ll get to seeing Crosby Stills Nash and Young in the comfort of your living room”.

After these European adventures, the members of the Folk Road Show have their sights on Canada where they will get back on the road for an equally rigorous string of shows in the fall of 2015, before returning to Europe in the fall to repeat 2014’s good times, only this time bigger and better.

Links:
http://dominiquefricot.com/
http://longconversations.nl/
http://portofcallmusic.com/
http://benjaminjamescaldwell.bandcamp.com/

https://www.instagram.com/thefolkroadshow/
https://twitter.com/thefolkroadshow

http://www.thefolkroadshow.com/

CREDITS / SPONSORS
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Compagnie du Mont Blanc
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