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Showing posts with label Dale Boyle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dale Boyle. Show all posts

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Travelin' Bone - Dale Boyle

Dale Boyle is a Gaspé born, Montreal-based award-winning folk, country, and blues singer-songwriter. He has been called “One of the best to emerge from north of the border” ( and “an accomplished musician, a fine singer, and an exceptionally thoughtful, meticulous songwriter" (

Dale's songs tap into a number of subject areas, from the out-of-work miner to the First World War veteran; the local bartender to the small town painter.

He is an International Narrative Song Competition Winner; Lys Blues Songwriter of the Year award Winner; Two-time Lys Blues Folk/Blues Artist of the Year award Winner; International Songwriting Competition and USA Songwriting Competition finalist.

Dale has appeared in the CBC ENJEUX documentary film Le Mystère Coffin and his music has been included in the Learning Landscapes online journal and the audio version of Daniel Levitin’s best selling book, The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature.

His live performances reflect a casual demeanour, sense of humour, and storytelling approach also found on his solo acoustic recordings: In My Rearview Mirror: A Story From a Small Gaspé Town (2004) and his most recent, Small Town van Gogh (2007), which reached number 15 on the Euro Americana Chart.

Dale is also the founder of Song Routes (, an online magazine that explores the art of songwriting through feature interviews with established songwriters, producers, authors, etc.

Dale's PhD research at McGill University explores the role that music can play in teaching across academic disciplines and Dale teaches the McGill Education course, "Music Listening for Education."
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