Trundled ~ Folk
artsPlace Online Concert

  May 4, 2020 — May 31, 2020  | Monday, May 4 at 7 pm release date!

Virtual Concert - Click Here to Watch


"Wherever you are at, please know that we are sending you our best. There are going to be ups and downs and we know that you are going to deal with whatever comes your way. 

Many of you have sent kind notes, taken part in our "Okay" sing-along, sent us video clips for "Drive", let us know you are still listening, and shared our music with others. Keep sharing and keep singing! We hope our music can bring you moments of connection, love, and escape. And we really can't wait to see you all soon!" - Team Trundled

With melodies, harmonies, and hooks that linger long after the last note has ended, Trundled is Ellen Braun (Canmore, AB) and Joe Shea (Prince George, BC). Their unique indie folk music style and chemistry have led to critical acclaim and captivating performances across Canada. The full length studio album “High Water”, recorded and produced by award-winning producer Daniel Ledwell, will have singles released on the following dates: 

  • 18 April - Mera Song
  • 27 April - Haunted Stampede
  • 1 May - Rules

Please show your appreciation by purchasing Trundled music on bandcamp, following them on streaming services, and subscribing to their social media channels. Links to all of these are available here: Trundled

Visit Trundled on their website


Committed to bringing local music into the lives of all Bow Valley residents, artsPlace is pleased to launch a series of online concerts for you to keep connected to our creative community from home.

Each week we will be releasing two new concerts on Monday and Thursday, recorded live from the artsPlace stage and featuring your favourite local musicians. Watch these amazing FREE local concerts here on our website or on our social media platforms and SHARE the joy! Check us out on or after April 2 to watch this special artsPlace presented online concert. 


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Today we need the arts and creativity more than ever. Your donations will allow us to innovate and deliver programming that will support the community’s well-being during this time of unprecedented change, uncertainty and isolation.

Due to the incredible generosity of Patricia Johnston and an anonymous donor, your donations will be matched up to $11,000. Their support makes any donation you can give go even further.

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