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Bloody good: Murder Murder gets a rootsy shout-out

U.S.-based roots website KithFolk.com has fallen in love with Sudbury bloodgrass band Murder Murder. The band was recently plying their trade at the Folk Music Ontario conference in Toronto, where they ran into a writer from KithFolk.
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Sudbury bloodgrass (this punk-bluegrass band’s name for their dark and rootsy tunes) got some love from U.S. roots website KithFolk.com after an appearance at the Folk Music Ontario conference recently. File photo.
U.S.-based roots website KithFolk.com has fallen in love with Sudbury bloodgrass band Murder Murder.

The band was recently plying their trade at the Folk Music Ontario conference in Toronto, where they ran into a writer from KithFolk. After sampling the band’s store of moonshine, he took in a performance or two, and listed them at the very top of a Halloween-themed scary Canadian roots songs list.

It seems Murder Murder’s tune “Bridge County, ’41” struck a chord.

If you haven’t heard the Nickel City group, check out their Bandcamp site here.

KITHFOLK is a digital roots music magazine published by Hearth Music, featuring long-form interviews, articles, video and audio streaming premieres, album reviews, and columns from guest writers.



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