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Cowboy Junkies Announce New Album Such Ferocious Beauty & Tour Dates

Watch the video for the devastatingly beautiful first single This Is What I Lost.

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T HE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Sometimes revolutions begin quietly. In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. Their album The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise — and it was compelling. It stood out in the midst of the flash and bombast that came to define the late ’80s. The now-classic recording combined folk, blues and rock in a way that had never been heard before and went on to sell more than a million copies.

Cowboy Junkies will continue their quiet revolution with the release of Such Ferocious Beauty on June 2, 2023 via their own Latent Recordings . This is the band’s first release of new material in five years and follows their heralded 2022 collection of covers, Songs Of The Recollection . Such Ferocious Beauty is vintage Cowboy Junkies and another dimension from the lo-fi Canadian band comprised of siblings Margo , Michael and Peter Timmins and lifelong friend Alan Anton . The new body of work is a rumination on aging, losing parents, facing mortality, and creating space for one’s life in the midst of the ruin that comes from merely living.

Today, the band share What I Lost , the first emphasis track that reflects on the last several months of the Timmins’ father’s life. The song is a reflection on conversations that Michael had with his father during his battle with dementia, “memories of his flying days as a bush pilot in northern Quebec and his love of jazz and his experiences of seeing the great big bands of the ’50s would often work their way into our conversations. I would often think about all of those memories and experiences that were slowly being eaten away by the dementia and would eventually completely disappear with his death. Lines like ‘This is what I lost’ and ‘I can sit here and wait’ from What I Lost and Shadows 2  are not so much about him, but about me.”

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The song is captured in a video for which Peter Timmins created an artistic interpretation of the effects of dementia on the person and those around them. “The man in the video is our father,” says Michael Timmins , “sitting in his living room listening to Duke Ellington … I’m not sure what he is thinking. The color ‘super 8’ footage is from the late ’50s, taken in Montreal and Magog, Quebec by our grandfather (our Mom’s dad). The people in it are my dad, mom and aunt (mom’s sister) … there are some quick glances of our oldest brother and an uncle (my mom’s brother). There are also a few quick flashes of family pics of all the kids (us and our siblings).”

For Such Ferocious Beauty , Michael stresses that he and Margo spent more time working through the songs, letting her interpretations really settle before taking them into the studio. And once in the studio, he worked with Alan and Peter to create even more dynamic tracks than usual. “This is a different kind of recording; there’s a denseness to it. In many ways the music, the choice of certain structures, the tones used become as important in communicating the albums themes as do the lyrics.” “The songs are expressions of Mike’s soul,” says Margo Timmins , “but once written, once he gives them to me, to the band, and eventually the audience, there is no right or wrong interpretation.”

Formed in Toronto in 1985, the band have sparkled over the course of 26 albums. “I’ve known Alan longer than I’ve known Pete,” says Michael. “We were friends before Pete was born.” Unlike most long-lasting groups, Cowboy Junkies have never had a breakup or taken a sanity-saving hiatus. There’s an appreciation of each other that keeps them working. “It’s that intimacy and understanding of what each one of us brings to the table,” says Michael.

For nearly 40 years, Cowboy Junkies have remained true to their unique artistic vision and to the introspective, quiet intensity that is their signature, creating a critically acclaimed body of original work that has endeared them to an audience unwavering in its loyalty. Albums like The Caution Horses (1990), Black Eyed Man (1992), Pale Sun, Crescent Moon (1993), Lay It Down (1996) and more recently, Open (2001), One Soul Now (2004), Early 21st Century Blues (2005) and At the End of Paths Taken (2007) chronicle a creative journey reflecting the independent road the band has elected to travel.

Speaking of travel, the band have already booked a slate of Ontario concerts this fall. All tickets for the following shows go on sale on Friday, March 31:

2023 ONTARIO FALL TOUR: AN EVENING WITH COWBOY JUNKIES

Sept. 27 – St. Catharines, ON @ FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre TICKETS Sept. 29 – Windsor, ON @ Chrysler Theatre TICKETS Sept. 30 – Sarnia, ON @ Imperial Theatre TICKETS Oct. 1 – Guelph, ON @ River Run Centre TICKETS Oct. 3 – Toronto, ON @ The Danforth Music Hall TICKETS Oct. 4 – Kingston, ON @ Kingston Grand Theatre TICKETS Oct. 5 – Peterborough, ON @ Showplace Performance Centre TICKETS

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Ahead of his band's local tour date, cowboy junkies' michael timmins tells us what to expect.

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MARSHALL TWP. – Nobody quite knew how to categorize the Cowboy Junkies when the Toronto band moseyed onto the music scene in 1987.

Descriptors like "lo-fi" and "Americana" hadn't been put into use yet as a catchall for a band blending folk, country and blues melodies, with Cowboy Junkies adding an extra unique touch of hushed vocal dynamics and sparse, emotional instrumentation.

Canadian bands aren't prone to boast, but don't Cowboy Junkies deserve credit for blazing a trail?

"I think if you look at a lot of the trends recently, like the lo-fi thing the Americana thing, we were certainly ahead of that wave," the band's lyricist-guitarist Michael Timmins said. "So, I think we must be influential somewhere along the line, though I have no idea where or to who. I mean, The National just released an album and the one single ("Eucalyptus") namechecks our band, so I guess we're influential somewhere."

Maybe more kudos will come on June 2, when Cowboy Junkies release "Such Ferocious Beauty," the band's first studio album in five years.

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"It's funny with albums; you work on them for a long time as a band and a writer, and then you finish them and put them in motion and release them and it's a long process, so by the time you release them they're ancient history to you in some ways," Timmins said in an April 13 phone interview. "But then you have to get familiar with them again to play in live shows."

Cowboy Junkies didn't premiere any of the new songs on the quartet's six-date early April swing through Ohio, Michigan and Illinois.

But fans will get a first taste of the new material when the Cowboy Junkies play a fresh leg of eight U.S. shows including May 4 at Tarrytown Music Hall in Tarrytown, N.Y.; May 5 at City Winery Philadelphia ; May 6 at the Pollak Theatre in West Long Branch, N.J.; and May 9 at Jergel's Rhythm Grille in Marshall Township, Pa.

"Such Ferocious Beauty" sounds like vintage, alt-country, chill Cowboy Junkies, with the most revved up track, "Hard to Build, Easy to Break," suggesting a latent jam-band/Grateful Dead-ish quality.

"Yeah, that has a really nice cool groove to it, and it keeps coming up as a song that we can make a staple of the set; something that we can expand and work on and it'll grow live as we work off that really cool baseline," Timmins said.

Joined in the band by his sister Margo Timmins (vocalist), brother Peter Timmins (drummer) and Alan Anton (bassist), Michael Timmins began writing the new album in the summer of 2020.

Was there a COVID influence to the lyrics?

"We were still under COVID protocol, so I guess in a way, though I wouldn't say there's a direct relationship to it," he said. "There's an element of impermanence to the songs. I suppose COVID brought a sense of impermanence to us all and how our daily routine goes. Though, a bigger aspect is we were dealing with my dad's battle with dementia so that certainly fed into it. And the social construct that was being laid to waste in 2020, so a combination of both those things."

The album's leadoff track, “What I Lost,” reflects on the last several months of the Timmins’ father’s life, and conversations Michael had with his dad in that span, “memories of his flying days as a bush pilot in northern Quebec and his love of jazz and his experiences of seeing the great big bands of the '50s."

An accompanying music video, out now, poignantly shows their father in his final months, interspersed with Super 8 footage from late '50s Montreal, and family films including the kids. The song's most conspicuous line, “This is what I lost,” sung with aching intensity by Margo, becomes more gripping with the realization it's not from the point of view of their father, but from the Timmins siblings themselves, who no longer get to hear their father's tales.

When the Timmins' watch that video, "It's hard, but it's good, rather than dancing around the subject," Michael said. "I think especially with our audience, which is an older audience, a lot of people are going through or have gone through it with their parents or even their partners. So, we feel it's relevant for us to talk about it and share it. As with all things, it's good to talk about it."

Timmins lyrically explored similar territory in 1997 with "Come Calling," a song drawn from the real-life story of an Alzheimer's patient married to the Korean War veteran who ferried supplies to the remote Ontario island where Cowboy Junkies wrote the songs for the acclaimed "Lay It Down" album.

A number of "Lay It Down" tracks, notably "A Common Disaster," remain in Cowboys Junkies' live repertoire.

"It's still one of our favorite records. It was a great period for us, the writing and recording of that album," Timmins said, noting the songs written on that isolated island near Toronto got completed in a five-week span in Athens, Ga., under the production of John Keane, best known for his work with local acts R.E.M., Indigo Girls and Widespread Panic. "He really wanted to focus on just the four core members for that record ― for previous records we had a lot of extra musicians ― so we pared it back down and it came out really well, and 'A Common Disaster' was a pretty big hit. So, it was successful on many levels."

Cowboy Junkies hope for success again with the June release. One standout track, "Hell Is Real," starts gently with chirping insects and lightly strummed acoustic guitar, leading to Margot's almost whispered, cautionary singing, beginning with the line "Hell is here, hell is hot/Jesus is coming, ready or not."

Timmins said, "That song is one of those that can be taken as irony or literal as sung by a character. I'm not really sure what it is yet, but I think the main lines in that song that are real are the refrains, 'I'm scared, and I'm angry,' 'I'm scared, and I'm lonely.' That's actually what the song is about. People are lost in their own little words, whatever those are and whether you can call them hells. That's the hell I'm talking about; finding oneself in a place in the world where you just don't know where you are, and you're scared, you're lost and you just can't figure it out."

Another new song, "Mike Tyson (Here It Comes)," begins with Margo mustering torch-song intensity, singing "Every man has a plan till he's punched in the mouth."

Timmons pulled that line from a Tyson quote, back in the boxing champion's prime, when asked his thoughts on opponents who said they had a plan to defeat him.

"That was a very philosophical quote I thought," Timmons said. "Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the nose. That's a great lesson in life. You can plan and design all you want; and say 'Next year I'll do this,' or 'When I'm this old I'll do that,' but when you get punched in the face ― literal or metaphorical ― things change often fast."

Between legs of the tour, Timmins set aside late-April time for fly fishing near Johnsonburg, Elk County and the Clarion River in northwest Pennsylvania.

"That state is a playground for any outdoorsman, but especially for fly fishing it's so amazingly beautiful," Timmins said. "It's fantastic how many state parks you have and that you kept them public."

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As true Canadians, the Timmins brothers also still play hockey together. Is Michael the power forward and bass-playing brother Peter the stay-at-home defenseman?

"No stay-at-home, though Pete will play defense. He's more the Paul Coffey type," Timmins said with a laugh.

Having three siblings in the band heightens the telepathy that musical groups develop naturally when together for as long as Cowboy Junkies.

"It's hard to tell the difference between playing together as a band for 35 years and then that telepathy which would happen naturally between brothers and sisters. There is something to be said about that. I think anybody who's been raised with the same backgrounds, values and many of the same memories you share a lot of the unspoken," Timmins said. "On stage, that's important to understand the mood of the other person who's playing; what they're feeling that day, what they're expecting from their instrument and then you can complement it or juxtapose it. I do think that's a big part of us live. And playing together 35 years helps, too."

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They'll keep playing and making music history.

Cowboy Junkies are, after all, one of the few bands that can say they earned praise from the notoriously testy alt-rock icon Lou Reed. The Cowboy Junkies' most famous single, off the band's 1988 breakthrough album "The Trinity Session," covered Reed's classic, "Sweet Jane."

"When we first released that record, we did get feedback from him and we used the quote, which sounds corny, but he said something like 'The best, most authentic version of 'Sweet Jane' I ever heard," Timmins said. "When you hear it from Lou Reed it's pretty cool, because he didn't give away praise lightly. Then we met him a couple times and he was really gracious to us and talked about music and the biz. It was great."

Scott Tady is entertainment editor at The Times and easy to reach at [email protected] .

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Sometimes revolutions begin quietly.

In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise — and it was compelling. It stood out in the midst of the flash and bombast that came to define the late 80’s. The now classic recording combined folk, blues and rock in a way that had never been heard before and went on to sell more than a million copies.

Formed in Toronto in 1985 with siblings Michael Timmins on guitar, Margo Timmins on vocals, Peter Timmins on drums, and Michael’s lifelong friend Alan Anton on bass, the band has sparkled over the course of 26 albums. “I’ve known Alan longer than I’ve known Pete,” says Michael. “We were friends before Pete was born.”

Unlike most long-lasting groups, Cowboy Junkies have never had a break up or taken a sanity-saving hiatus. There’s an appreciation of each other that keeps them constantly working. “It’s that intimacy and understanding of what each one of us brings to the table,” says Michael. Cowboy Junkies’ will be performing a career-spanning show, including their new album, ‘Such Ferocious Beauty’, which was released worldwide on June 2, 2023 to universal critical acclaim.

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The group opened the second set with “The Things We Do to Each Other” — a key cut from 2020’s superb “All That Reckoning — and then took a turn to the bright side of life (at least by Junkies’ standards) with the joyous tour travelogue “Townes’ Blues” and the self-affirming “Sun Comes Up, It’s Tuesday Morning”

The group sounded great, as always, with Anton and Peter Timmins setting the steady, mesmerizing rhythm while Michael Timmins and Bird provide the fret board fireworks. Bird is a true ace, performing on a variety of instruments, including harmonica, mandolin and, as Margo Timmins puts it, “the shaky things.”

Then there’s Margo Timmins, who used the Freight & Salvage showcase to show once again that she possesses one of the most effective voices in pop music history.

The whole package was amplified, in all the right ways, by the setting, which ranks high among the best sounding rooms in all of California.

The Cowboy Junkies finished the second set with three of their very-best songs — “Bea’s Song (River Trilogy Part II),” “’Cause Cheap Is How I Feel” and “Murder, Tonight, in the Trailer Park” — as well as the longtime favorite “Blue Moon Revisited (Song For Elvis).”

Thankfully, a two-song encore followed, consisting of “Good Friday” — which may well have been the most powerful song of the night — and the Patsy Cline staple “Walkin’ After Midnight.”

1. “Don’t Let It Bring You Down”

2. “Sweet Jane”

3. “What I Lost”

4. “Circe and Penelope”

5. “Hard to Build, Easy to Break”

6. “Where Are You Tonight”

7. “Five Years”

8. “The Things We Do to Each Other”

9. “Townes’ Blues”

10. “Sun Comes Up, It’s Tuesday Morning”

11. “Postcard Blues”

12. “Rake”

13. “Bea’s Song (River Trilogy Part II)”

14. “’Cause Cheap Is How I Feel”

15. “Murder, Tonight, in the Trailer Park”

16. “Blue Moon Revisited (Song For Elvis)”

17. “Good Friday”

18. “Walkin’ After Midnight”

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Cowboy Junkies are a band hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada who formed in 1985. Since debuting, they have released 18 studio albums and become one of the most influential and respected alt-country bands of all time.

The genesis of Cowboy Junkies begins with the dissolution of another band, namely singer and guitarist Michael Timmins and bassist Alan Anton's band Hunger Project. That band came to an end in 1985, but Anton and Timmins still wanted to make music together, so the duo teamed up with Timmins' siblings Margo and Peter in the same year to form a new project that fused country songwriting with a bluesy edge. The band had an abundance of chemistry and so they booked their first concert before even deciding on a name, and as the day drew closer and closer the venue hounded them for something to put on a poster, so spur of the moment, the band decided on Cowboy Junkies. Any band with a name that ludicrous would have to be something special to pull it off, and thankfully, that's exactly what Cowboy Junkies were and still are to this very day.

Rather than going down the established route of signing to a record label, the band decided to form Latent, their own label, in order to release their debut album “Whites Of Earth Now!!” themselves in 1986. The album consisted of eight covers of songs by the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Lightnin' Hopkins and only featured one original song from the band entitled “Take Me”, but against all probability, it was still enough to secure the band a major label record deal with RCA, despite the fact that the whole record was recorded on a single microphone. This unusual recording style worked so well for the band that they recorded the entirety of their major label debut “The Trinity Sessions” on a single microphone as well. A risky move, all things considered, but one that paid off immensely when the album became an absolutely enormous hit.

The album was released in 1988, and by the following year it had been certified Platinum in both Canada and the United States. Not bad for an album whose recordings weren't even edited, let alone mixed. Suddenly, the band were one of the hottest acts in the world of indie rock, To this day, they remain one of the most acclaimed acts in alt-country, a band who've collaborated with everyone from Natalie Merchant to Ryan Adams and have a cult following all over the world. For remaining a band that other bands could learn from for over three decades, Cowboy Junkies come highly recommended.

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Wow, where to start? i had been a fan of the band since The Trinity Sessions release but had never seen them in concert. I lived in Atlanta in the late '90's and at that time and I heard they were playing in St Louis, so my wife and I went to Saint Louis to see them. Incredible show and then after the show was over, the house lights came on and we saw a small crowd gathering near the stage area. I had no idea that it was Margo and Mike signing autographs and just chatting with the crowd. Needless to say, we went up front and met Margo and Mike and talked with them a bit. That was so kool and neither gave the impression that they were in a rush or hurry to be done for the night. They must have hung out for 20 minutes or so.

As it turns out, they were playing in Atlanta about 2 weeks later. Of course we went to see them again... more prepared; I had most of their CD's so I had them signed by Margo, Mike and Alan. Since then I have seen them at least 4 more times with the two most memorable shows being at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens (this was an outdoor, early evening show) and as luck would have it, the ABG were also having a Chihuly exhibit . Simply a great evening with all the fantastic Chihuly exhibit all around the grounds and the CJ's playing a lot of their well known songs and playing a few songs from their new album "One Soul Now". The next time we saw them was when we lived in Scottsdale, AZ. I heard that the Cowboy Junkies were having a concert in San Juan Capistrano, CA. Road trip!!! The events that made this show so memorable were... visiting the Mission at San Juan Capistrano and the history associated with all of that and the fact that they were playing at the infamous Coach House... a small but great venue for a show. We were quite literally seated at a table in the very front and center of the show... literally 3' from the front of the stage. Taking it all back to my opening line..WOW!

It means a lot that the band is never too busy to talk to their fans following a show. To this very day, if the Cowboy Junkies are playing within 600 miles of where I live, we are going to their show!

Thanks to Margo and her unique voice that I describe as the sound of an angel, Mike for writing most all of the lyrics and music for their songs, Peter for his drum playing (Pete, the little brother), and Alan Anton on bass. Thanks for all of the beautiful music guys and please keep it coming!!

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The Cowboy Junkies have an instantly relatable sound to them that comes across when they perform their music live. The band is very skilled at mixing different genres such as country, blues, and rock to create their own brand of sound.

Although the Cowboy Junkies are from Canada, they have a very Americana sound, which draws influence from other Canadian rocker, Neil Young. The lead guitarist and primary songwriter, Michael Timmins, plays rich, open chords on his guitar that create a deep sound. The slide guitar is delicately layered over the long drawn out chords creating a country twang to the music. The Cowboy Junkies are often very fond of the harmonica, which is frequently used and whenever it is played it makes you feel like you are getting serenaded in a saloon in the old west.

The Cowboy Junkies have a name that makes them seem tough and rugged, but their music is actually very pleasing and beautifully presented. Lead singer, Margo Timmins, has the voice of an angel, which is conveyed by her soft, soothing presentation. Her voice is clearly represented in such songs as “Misguided Angels”, which contains a musical platform that really lets Margo’s voice shine. The band jumps back and forth between genres when they perform live. At one moment a mandolin might be featured in a song to create a gentle folk song, and at another moment the organ can be heard roaring over a thumping bass line in such songs as “Miles From Our Home”. The Cowboy Junkies always play an exciting setlist, which encompasses a wide selection from their discography. They have also been known to throw in some cover songs into their setlists by such artists as Vic Chesnutt, Townes Van Zandt, The Velvet Underground, and Neil Young. For years the Cowboy Junkies have been proving themselves to be a delightful and captivating band to see live that can create anything from up tempo country rock songs or beautiful, atmospheric folk ballads.

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The appealingly ethereal qualities of alt-country rockers Cowboy Junkies’ sound, which made them so popular in the alte 1980s and ‘90s, are just as haunting and beautiful today. The Canadian quartet, led by female vocalist Margo Timmins, arequite the family affair, with siblings Michael and Peter Timmins on guitar and drums respectively, and long-term friend and member or Michael’s two previous bands Alan Argo playing bass. The intimacy that you might expect from a family band who have been writing music and touring for 30-odd years definitely translates to the Cowboy Junkies’ raw, analog-era material, as well as to their live shows. When I saw them last year at Yoshi’s San Francisco, as part of their ‘Nomad Series’ tour, the intimate atmosphere of the beautiful sit-down venue made this feel like a very special gig, and the quality of their songwriting and musicianship has definitely stood the test of time. With their lilting harmonies and gently visceral guitar riffs on songs like ‘Stranger Here’, ‘Sing In My Meadow’ and ‘Shining Moon’ went down a treat with the crowd, who I could tell were all fellow dedicated fans of the Junkies. For the encore they played their breakout debut success, the cover of the Velvet Underground’s ‘Sweet Jane’, which garnered a huge reaction, as well as a later release, ‘F*** I Hate The Cold’. All in all it was a really enjoyable night of beautiful music, and the rose-bedecked stage setup and Margo’s incredible, definition-eluding vocals really made this show a treat!

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I have been listening to Cowboy Junkies since XRT first started playing them. One day I heard they were doing a CD release party for Trinity Sessions after hearing them in studio, and made it to a few song set they played at a local Chicago store.

My schedule and budget have never meshed with them since, until I spent some birthday money my mom sent me in September, and bought tickets to see them 11-21-15 at the Old Town School of Folk Music. I did get a download of a Newport Jazz Fest show of theirs through a membership with Wolfgang's Vault a few years back, and I have listened to that so much I know each and every lyric, and all the between song banter. "We recorded that album in 7 hours and have made a career out of it" and "it's great to be playing here for you at 11:30 am, and we're heading home after a year and a half on the road" are examples.

I only wish I'd bought tickets for both Friday and Saturday evening's performances. The weather was certainly better for Friday's.

It is clear they enjoy what they do, and their audience does as well.

I hope they make a habit of playing multiple nights on all subsequent visits to Chicago. This was also my first performance at OTSoFM. I will be looking for future performances at this venue of performers I like. For me personally, a pretty magical night.

Do yourself a favor and see them if you've never seen them but wanted to. If you have seen them, you already know all of this, but just take every opportunity to do so again and again.

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Blues is my ultimate favourite genre of music, so I was very excited to see Cowboy Junkies live who incorporate blues with country music and folk rock. With nearly 20 studio albums, I didn’t know what I was going to hear at the concert, but I knew that whatever it was going to be, I wouldn’t be disappointed.

It turned out that they managed to play a set of almost all of my favourite tracks from over the years, and I knew the words to every single number they bashed out. Margot’s beautiful voice transcended through the audience and caught everyone off guard as her voice hasn’t changed a bit over the years, and it’s even more impressive live. Their music sounds better live than on the recordings, and that can’t be said about many artists these days, so I was extremely impressed.

When they played A Few Simple Words, the crowd erupted into a frenzy of appreciation and excitement – they absolutely nailed it! As well as playing a 90 minute set, the band came back on stage for a brilliant encore which lasted another 15 minutes, and really was the best ending to what was one of my favourite gig’s I’ve ever been to.

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Pretty disappointed.

First, their numbers played are vastly so called ‘new songs’ which I never heard of. So stingy on well known songs, I think they only sang like 2-3 songs at the end (including encore). Let’s admit it, this is not Billy Joel or Lou Reed. It’s a mediocre band with strong fan base. We were there to go back time. I would not go to their concert, let alone listen to their music much now.

Secondly, the place, the City Winery, was so cramming, people can hardly turn their bodies. It was just beyond imagination. Ditch the place. Sit like a real person at least and breathe.

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Cowboy Junkies were spectacular!!!

Their's is a particular, distinctive sound defined by Margot Timms' voice and the musicianship of the players...

At times they moved easily through the moody sound they're known for, at others they rocked the house with powerful playing on long musical interludes; Ms Timms walked to the rear of the stage, allowing the focus to center on the band and soloists...

A spectacular performance, don't miss them if they come your way...

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Saw the show live in Tokyo. Best seats, 10 feet away from Margo. This was unbelievable. Pure emotion, almost brought tears to my eyes. All those beautifull songs, from my Canadian favorite band, with one of my best friend, surrounded of cool Sophiticated Japanese in facinating Tokyo.

What else to say?

Will remember for the rest of my life.

Thanks to my friend Masako for helping me buy the tickets.

Louis from Quebec, Canada

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Great show, nice venue. City Winery has great acoustics, it's a very intimate setting. The CJ put on a fantastic show, they are fine musicians and song writers, and their cover of 2 Vic Chestnutt songs was a highlight. Margot's interaction with the audience was enjoyable, her Canadian point of view of our upcoming election was light hearted and funny. I will definitely go see them again.

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really a lovely show - only time i've seen junkies live and it was perfect. Margo was very present and fun - she sang beautifully and conversed with the audience. really dug their longer jams - almost The Doors like at times.

huge shoutout to Great American Music Hall for providing such a great, lounge like atmosphere.

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Cowboy Junkies:New Album & 2023 Australian Tour

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Canadian alt-country pioneers Cowboy Junkies will return to Australian for the first time in over 20 years in Jan/Feb 2023. ( Tour dates and tickets here ).

Michael Timmins says the band’s most recent studio albums reflect upon “empty hearts, empty nests, lost paths, lost lives, and all the reckoning that brings about the end of things”, with  Ghosts  dedicated to processing the loss of the Timmins siblings’ mother who died in 2018.

SONGS OF THE RECOLLECTION , scheduled for a March 11 release is a different collection of songs altogether. Michael Timmins recalls,  “We grew up sitting around the record player listening to each other’s record collections and having our minds blown. This was the passion that we shared. Our goal has always been to create music that took hold of the listener the way that this music took hold of us. These are some of the songs and some of the artists that found their way into our lives and eventually into our repertoire over the past fifty years.”

Cowboy Junkies inadvertently started a revolution when they appeared in the late ‘80s.  The Trinity Session  featured the band’s unforgettable cover of the Velvet Underground’s ‘Sweet Jane’, and combined folk, country, blues and rock in a way that had never been heard before. It went on to sell more than a million copies but its influence was broader and deeper. Indeed, the record presaged the subsequent alternative-country movement in the ‘90s and beyond, with its general mood – the album had been recorded in a church with the group performing around a single microphone.

Over subsequent albums the group helped introduce its audience to the work of seminal singer-writers including both Townes Van Zandt and John Prine, and their cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘State Trooper’ helped introduce him to the alternative world.  All the while they were building a canon of similarly pared-down original songs and a catalogue of acclaimed albums to rival those of their favorites.

Formed in Toronto in 1985 with siblings Michael Timmins on guitar, Margo Timmins on vocals, Peter Timmins on drums, and Michael’s lifelong friend Alan Anton on bass, the band has remained true to themselves and unlike most long-lasting groups, has never had a break up, endured a line-up change, or taken a hiatus. The group has created a critically acclaimed body of work that has endeared them to an audience unwavering in its loyalty, and which is ripe for discovery by those who may have lost track along the way, or indeed who are new to the group’s many charms. Cowboy Junkies forthcoming tour of Australian and New Zealand will be one the undoubted highlights of post pandemic return to live concerts.

SONGS OF THE RECOLLECTION:

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  • Love In Mind (Neil Young)
  • The Way I Feel (Gordon Lightfoot)
  • I’ve Made Up My Mind To Give Myself To You (Bob Dylan)
  • Marathon (Vic Chesnutt)
  • Seventeen Seconds (The Cure)

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BRISBANE   TIVOLI THEATRE  Tuesday 31 Jan 2023

MELBOURNE     RECITAL CENTRE   Thursday 2 Feb 2023

MELBOURNE   ATHENAEUM THEATRE   Friday 3 Feb 2023

SYDNEY    ENMORE THEATRE    Sunday 5 Feb 2023

ADELAIDE    THE GOV    Wednesday 8 Feb 2023

PERTH    ASTOR THEATRE   Friday 10 Feb 2023

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