Canary In The Coalmine performs Americana Folk at TEDxJuly 23, 2016 1 comment Print Article
Canary in the Coalmine's sound is a melding together of different genres of American roots music, including Country, Bluegrass, Old Spirituals, and Appalachian Folk, tinged with the flavors of blues, soul, and a little bit of rock and roll. Enjoy their TEDxJacksonville performance after the jump! MetroJacksonville is very proud to be a media sponsor of TEDxJacksonville. This great video of Canary in the Calming is from TEDxJacksonville 2015!
Canary in the Coalmine is an Americana Folk band based out of Jacksonville, Florida. A haunting quality underscores striking vocal harmonies that provide a focal point for the band’s signature sound. The band released their first full-length album “Who Fears the Devil?” in March of 2015.
Canary in the Coalmine has been garnering local and regional attention within the Jacksonville area and beyond, performing at Suwanee Springfest and Magnolia Festival and recently completing a mini tour to support their album release. Canary has performed for and worked in collaboration with many noteworthy Jacksonville establishments, including the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, MOCA, Springfield Porchfest, and Riverside Avondale Preservation, and has plans of continuing to grow and spread their music throughout the Southeast. You can find out more about the band at their website, CanaryInTheCoalmineMusic.com
This performance was at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx