Scenic Route To Alaska performing 'Home Is Not A Place' for BalconyTV
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SCENIC ROUTE TO ALASKA - HOME IS NOT A PLACE
PRESENTED BY CHERYL WIWAT
Scenic Route to Alaska is proving that less is more. The band's distinct, heartfelt, and catchy indie-folk-rock is as tight as their unshakeable friendship. Having grown up together, Shea Connor (drummer), and Murray Wood (bassist), intuitively know what Trevor Mann (guitarist and vocals) is writing about. After forming in the summer of 2010, Trevor and Shea travelled to Montreal to meet Murray in order to record a 3 song demo at the McGill University. After countless bar shows, showcases, and a steadily growing fan-base, Scenic Route to Alaska left there comfort zone and successfully toured through Alberta and the interior of British Columbia. Shortly after playing Edmonton's own S.O.S. Festival, the band was invited to perform at the Edmonton and Canmore Folk Music Festivals. They deemed it necessary to have more material recorded and decided to add 3 songs to their original EP. After two days in Norwood Studios, the band had a completed 6 song disc, engineered and produced by James Murdoch (James Murdoch Band) and Chris Wynters (Captain Tractor). After demonstrating very successful CD sales at both Folk Festivals, Scenic Route to Alaska just released their first full length album, All These Years, in June of 2012. This release was followed by a story-filled month long cross-Canada tour in support of 'All These Years'.
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