Reuben Andersen

Reuben Anderson is a singer/songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta and has been performing music in Canada for the last 15 years. He is a founding member of the folk band The Living Daylights and they have been going strong since June of 2009. As if that wasn't enough, Reuben is also a cohost of Edmonton's number one comedy podcast Hijacked Headspace. And, of course, that would have been enough, but Reuben also writes sketch comedy, has acted in short film and sketch, and has most recently taken to poetry.

On February 20th of 2013 Reuben broke his L1 vertebra on a ski jump and has since written a show inspired from that experience. Along with the clever songs we've come to expect from Reuben, the show includes some live acting, some video components, some spoken word, and an interactive piece where the audience members are asked to draw on a blank page in the show's program while Reuben plays one of his instrumental songs. A broken back sure hasn't slowed his creativity, nor has it stifled his ability to put on a really fun show. Reuben will probably break his back again in the near future to find more creativity and inspiration.

Celeigh Cardinal

Celeigh is a prairie girl through and through. Blues and Jazz roots dig deep through her heartfelt folk songs. This sultry singer/songwriter is easily one of the Peace Country’s finest vocalists. She has achieved numerous credits over her 10+ performing years. These include winning Sun FM Starsearch, opening for the Beach Boys, Buffy St. Marie, Econoline Crush, Dr. Hook, Matt Mayes & El torpedo, Sam Roberts, 3 Days Grace, Default, Wide Mouth Mason and many more. She was also named the Cultural Ambassador for Arctic Winter Games 2010 for her artistic and cultural contributions. She is now living it up in Edmonton, AB

Shelley Foss

Singing from the time she could talk Shelley started out her musical career with a soft, tender take on the acoustic. Now joined with some monster players, her sound has definite balls. A full spectrum of sound and emotion, sure to have a song that will touch you.