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Roots Country Duo The Lovelocks Release “The Lovelocks Live At Stampede City Sessions” Abum, Available TODAY

2017 CCMA Award nominees, The Lovelocks are pleased to announce the release of their first live album “The Lovelocks Live”, available digitally everywhere today via MDM Recordings Inc./Universal Music Canada. Showcasing the groups soaring vocals and infectious high-energy stage presence, “The Lovelocks Live” was recorded at Calgary’s Webber Academy Performing Arts Centre earlier this Spring as part of the live music broadcast series – Stampede City Sessions.  Captured on film, the Stampede City Sessions episode featuring The Lovelocks will debut on PBS (KPBS), August 19th to an audience of more 2 million viewers.

Celebrated for their soul stirring performances and elegant harmonies, The Lovelocks recently celebrated their fourth consecutive CCMA Awards nomination for Roots Artist or Group of the Year.

The Lovelocks (Ali Raney and Zoe Sparrow) caught the attention of the Canadian country music industry when they won the CCMA Discovery Series in 2014. Their 2014 debut self-titled EP featured the highly praised singles “Dance” and “Teardrop Tattoo” and hit #2 on the iTunes Country chart the day of release. Their sophomore album “Born To Love” dropped in 2016 and saw the release of three singles including “Home Sweet Home” which was the #1 selling single by a Canadian country artist the week of release.

The Lovelocks version of “Time After Time” is a unique take on the Cyndi Lauper classic, infusing the iconic song with upbeat roots country sounds and signature fiddle interplays helmed by five-time CCMA Fiddle Player of the Year Award nominee Ali Raney. The Lovelocks have spent the better part of this year writing and recording new music, which they plan to share with fans very soon.

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