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The New Customs are the compelling pairing of Emma Cloney and Dale Brown. Hailing from the prolifically musical city of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, the duo is poised to take the world by storm with their solid songwriting, heart-stirring harmonies and outstanding instrumentation. The splendid pairing of guitarist Emma Cloney’s haunting voice and the playing of award-winning, sought-after multi-instrumentalist Dale Brown make up the heart of their sound. In writing together, the pair effortlessly crafts tunes that range in flavour from folk to celtic to blues, yet always sound uniquely like themselves.

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More than just fun and games for The New Customs as we are looking ahead at recording our full length album and touring coast to coast in 2017.  - Photo by Joey Senft 

More than just fun and games for The New Customs as we are looking ahead at recording our full length album and touring coast to coast in 2017.  - Photo by Joey Senft 

 

We must have dragged the Alberta weather home with us to Winnipeg as here we are in late November and its still greenish outside. With or without the site stuff The New Customs are excited for whats the winter holds.  Presently preparing, arranging and songwriting for the recording of our full length album slated for the spring of 2017.  Big tour plans including the East Coast of Canada and another turn to the west in the late spring. 

Here in the hometown things are heating up as The New Customs prepare to make a splash with three live shows this week. 

 

First November 25th an evening with the duo “Live in the Living Room” for a house concert with Jim Palmquist. Show time 7:30pm 

Tickets $15 and available from gejfp48@yahoo.ca      

 

Next The New Customs partner up with The Winnipeg Folk Festival for the "Two Heads Are Better Than One”, a workshop of duos featuring The New Customs, Nadia Gaudet & Jason Burnstick, and Haitia. Local and touring artists collaborate in intimate workshops hosted by the Winnipeg Folk Festival. Admission is free. For information call the Millennium Library at 204-986-6779.

Where:

Millennium Library - Reader Services Dept.

251 Donald Street

204-986-6779

When:

Saturday, November 26, 2016 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

WCMA winner "Aboriginal Artist of the Year" William Prince joins The New Customs on Stage November 27th 2016 at the West End Cultural Centre in Winnipeg.

"William Prince is storytelling singer/songwriter from Peguis First Nation who sidesteps clichés to provoke thought and facilitate discovery. His baritone vocals pay tribute to his late father and his genuine delivery acknowledges the hundreds of hours he's spent on stage."

 

Then it's off to the West End Cultural Centre to join William Prince in a one of a kind House Concert style show in the intimate ACU hall.  Only 80 seats and nearly all of them sold out. This one is not to be missed as our duo pairs up with Prince a singer songwriting powerhouse for a memorable evening of music. William warmed the hearts of both Emma and Dale as we had the pleasure of sharing several festival stages this past summer.  It feels like a family affair as both William Prince and the duo worked under the expert care of Scott Nolan for our respective most recent albums at Winnipeg's “The Song Shop”. 

 

This one is not to be missed! 

 

Where:

West End Cultural Centre586 Ellice Ave Winnipeg -

Tickets available at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1332063 and more info at http://www.wecc.ca/site09/performers/House_Concert_16.html 

When:

Sunday November 27th 2016

doors 7:15pm show at 8pm 

 

It has been a most exciting and memorable summer filled with new music, great festivals,  two Home Routes house concerts tours, new friends and fans, and what already feels like a lifetime of great experiences.  looking forward we cannot wait to share our new music with you all and hope to see you this week at one of our live shows.  

 

Stay warm humans! 

 

Emma and Dale 

Emma and Dale - The New Customs 

Emma and Dale - The New Customs 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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