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From left to right - Seamus Erskine, Tori Cameron, Patrick Murphy, Rankin MacInnis, Luke Arsenault, Luke Levy, Calen Kinney, James Shaw, Siobhan Martin

Music Nova Scotia's Entertainer of the Year comes with a big band and a big sound. Known for their eclectic, high-energy shows, Rankin and the Broken Reeds bring together the region’s top musical talent for a live-music experience unlike anything you’ve seen before -- one that feels like it spans time and genres, from traditional folk to future pop, fueled by a lot of groove and finished with a bit of grit. Together, the band has built an award-winning music festival (Blueberry Jam), a first-of-its-kind concert series (Rankin’s Winter Warmers), and a community of creative collaborators who are up for anything -- and fans who can’t wait to see what’s next. And what’s next is the band’s highly anticipated debut full-length studio album, coming in 2024 - Rankin’s first since House Party with Party Boots in 2019. 


Calen Kinney, James Shaw, Jordan Bruleigh, Luke Arsenault, Luke Levy, Patrick Murphy, Seamus Erskine, Shane Martin, Siobhan Martin, Tori Cameron, Trevor Wentzell

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