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St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | INDIE

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | INDIE
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"Less Is More"

Shanneyganock talk about the first Annual Up Th Pond show and Mark Hiscock's weight loss over the past few months. - The Telegram


Shanneyganock was up next and the trad veterans did the best set I've ever seen them do. The only word to describe it is 'Strand.' Let me explain. I was a pre-Kindergarten when Ryan's Fancy was stirring audiences into a frenzy at the old Strand Lounge. Footage of the Ryan's Fancy performances there make me long to be part of the crowd. Shanneyganock's set Saturday night gave me a glimpse of what it might have been like. They had every person in the bar moving and many of those people were going absolutely berserk. It was incredible.
- St. John's Telegram blog - Steve Bartlett

"Mark Dwyer, Managing Editor, NFLD HERALD"

The Newfoundland Herald, the province's leading entertainment magazine, not only supports Shanneyganock, but is a fan. We'll continue to promote their albums and shows, and follow who we believe is Newfoundland's top
traditional act.
- Stirling Communications

"Gregg Mariette, General Manager Tom Harris Cellular, Vanoucver Island, BC"

We greatly enjoyed the quality of performance and style of music which is a unique reflection of Newfoundland Culture. This is something of a rarity in these parts and it was wonderful to witness! It is heartwarming to know that such talent exists in our country, while at the same time unfortunate those musicians are not always able to be heard by more Canadians. - Tom Harris Inc.

"Top 20 Artists"

Voted #7 In 2006 listing of "Your Favourite Newfoundland Songs and Musician's of All Time - The Downhomer Magazine

"The Latest on Shanneyganock"

• Featured on Nationally released Warner Records compilation “Atlantic Standards”, with Great Big Sea, The Rankin Family and others on this 15 track best of The East Coast project.

• Selected from hundreds across Canada as one of the 8 showcase artists at The Canadian Country Music Awards September 2006 in Saint John, New Brunswick in the Roots Roadhouse Show hosted by Jimmy Rankin

• Joined The Fables and Banshee on the WestJet sponsored “East Coast Music Festival Express” touring Alberta communities in July 2006

• Filmed Land and Sea (CBC) to be released shortly

• Recording brand new – 6th studio release at Great Big Studios with Great Big Sea’s Bob Hallett producing

- Garrison Hill Entertainment


Rockin' On The water
Tribute to the McNulty Family (November 2011)
The Tunes
Live on George Street (2010)
Live on George Street DVD (2010)
Through The Lens A musical journey around the coast of NL DVD (2011)
Shanneyganock Vol. VII (2009)
Fling Out The Flag (2006)
Set You Free (2004)
Shanneyganock Christmas (2004)
Scallywags (2002)
Live at O'Reilly's (2000)
The Long Haul (1998)

All records receive airplay on Radio NFLD, VOCM 590 AM NFLD & LB, OZFM, Kixxcountry, KRock as well as CBC Radio and Folk Music shows across Atlantic Canada, Ontario and Alberta.



After almost 20 years of hard touring, playing to Newfoundlanders and new friends across the continent and even to the Middle East, and the North Pole Shanneyganock is back with a brand new album "Rockin' On The Water" this is the bands 13 recording and is in the running as their fastest selling release to date, already reaching #1 on itunes international for Canada in the first few weeks of its debut..

Vans, airports and many, many stages has not dulled the band’s appetite for Newfoundland and the songs people love. The passion for the province is front and center, coupled with some new and great folk songs drawn from inspirational artists around the world.

With one of the busiest touring schedules of any group and a popular attraction throughout Canada, Shanneyganock has been a long standing fave at The Stan Rogers Folk Festival and had many a run though the Alberta oil fields, a headline appearance at the East Coast Music Awards, appearances in Memphis, Southern Ontario and was part of Atlantic Canada House at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

Nineteen foggy years ago, Mark Hiscock and Chris Andrews were double booked at a small pub in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Rather than cancel one performer, the charismatic owner suggested they play together and so was born Shanneyganock. Joined by longtime bassist Bob Pike, and drummer Billy Sutton, the group has since charmed many through their stirring ballads, powerful shanties, and rib-rattling jigs and reels. Their previous studio projects have been featured on Home Brew compilations, Warner Record’s Atlantic Standard’s compilation and “Ed’s Up” on OLN Network with The Barenaked Ladies. With 6 Music Newfoundland and Labrador award wins including Entertainers of the Year, East Coast Music Award nomination for Roots Group they delight audiences nation wide.

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