Steve Parkinson and The Stony Lonesome

Steve Parkinson and The Stony Lonesome

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Steve Parkinson and The Stony Lonesome combine rough-edged rock with Texas dancehall country to create Canadiana at its finest, from slow burners to whisky-soaked stomps.


Biography

“The Stony Lonesome Band: some of the best (real) country I’ve heard lately comes from Canada. Add these guys to your list.” ~Sloane Spencer, Country Fried Rock.org

Formed in 2009, Steve Parkinson and The Stony Lonesome combine the strong Lightfoot-esque stories of frontman Steve Parkinson with tight duelling country-guitar lines and western swing back lines to provide a night of music that is a throwback to classic Americana.

The Kitchener, Ontario, based band has currently signed on with Will Muir's Sound Distillery Studio to create their second full-length LP, after a successful debut, 'Leaving My Key' (2011).

Discography

Leaving My Key (2011, LP)

Set List

Three Full Sets of Original music, with covers:
Current Set:

Original
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I Used To
Alberta Oil Sands
I Swear
Leaving My Key
One Shade Darker
Just One View
Annalize
Beans and Rice
Batten Down the Hatches
Lead Me Home
Jasper Co.
Four Wheels
Kentucky Straight Heartbreak
Sam Steele
Wanna Be Your Dog
I'm Sorry
No Altar Boy (medley San Antonio Rose)
Left Your Scar

Covers
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Sweet Carolina (Adams)
Sunny Side of the Street
Littlest Hobo (Theme)
Poncho and Lefty (VanZandt)
Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (Nelson)
Fool Such as I (H. Snow)
Megan (Smokin Popes)
Together Again (Buck Owens)