Bill Bourne / Scott Cook / Indio Saravanja

GrassRoots Regina is pleased to present Bill Bourne, Scott Cook and Indio Saravanja in concert. This show features three of Western Canada's finest roots musicians in an in-the-round setting. Bourne is one of Canada's most revered artists and this collaboration with Cook and Saravanja promises to be a magical evening.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

The Exchange, 2431 8th Avenue, Regina

Show starts at 8:00 p.m.

Admission: $15 Advance / $20 at the Door

Tickets available (November 7) at: Bach & Beyond, Buy The Book, Vintage Vinyl

Click here to see poster.





Bill Bourne began his professional music career in 1975 and released his first album in 1982. Over the years he has toured and recorded solo, but is, perhaps, best known for his collaborations with other musicians including: Scotland's Tannahill Weavers, Alan MacLeod, Shannon Johnson (The McDades), Hans Stamer and Andreas Schuld, Tri-Continental (Madagascar Slim and Lester Quitzau), Eivør Pálsdóttir, and Bop Ensemble (Wyckham Porteous and Jas Ohlhauser). Bourne is an activist for social justice and a gifted and creative musician who has been an important part of the roots and blues music scene over the span of his career. His ravaged poetry, powerful rhythms and soulful melodies are steeped in world beat, folk, funk, blues and more. A multiple Canadian Juno Award winner, Bourne has received international acclaim for his recordings and live performances.

Check out Bourne's videos here.

Boulevard of Broken Dreams audio clip:

Scent of the Bloom audio clip:

Bourne's web site here.






Edmonton balladeer, Scott Cook, is a tirelessly travelling songwriter with his heart forever on his sleeve. His straight-talking tunes weave together folk, roots, blues, soul and reggae influences and are accompanied by his fingerpicked acoustic guitar, banjo and ukulele. He brings honesty, humour and a deep love of humanity to his songs.


Check out Cook's videos here.

Goin' Up to the Country audio clip:

Fish Jumpin' audio clip:

Cook's web site here.






Argentine born, Arctic Canada raised, Indio Saravanja is a prolific songwriter, talented multi-instrumentalist, and adventurous composer, whose poignant, honest words cut to the bone. A dynamic performer who charms the crowd with his candid and often humorous tales, he is also an exciting musician - solo or with a band, acoustic or electric.

Check out Saravanja's videos here.

Mam'zelle Gibson audio clip:

Real World audio clip:

Saravanja's web site here.