By: Jenna Melanson
Album – Roll Up The Night Sky
Release Date – April 30, 2015
Link – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/roll-up-the-night-sky/id978415299
Genre – Folk
Folk singer/songwriter, Dana Sipos has released her newest album, “Roll Up The Night Sky” today through Muddy Roots Music. The album consists of twelve songs, each slightly different than the last. The songs all have one thing in common though, that being they are expertly written and executed.
Whether it’s the third song, “My Beloved” which has a country twang to it and immediately intrigued me, or the seventh song, “Road to Michigan” which features an enchanting sound and raspy vocals that kept my attention from start to finish, I believe you will be hooked.
I have to say that my favourite from the album is the second song, “Morningside”, which has a truly folk inspired sound and I personally could not get enough of this song.
If you’re interested in hearing more from Dana, you may just be able to catch her at one of her upcoming shows:
April 30 – Thur – Toronto, ON: MUSIDEUM
May 1 – Fri – Kingston, ON: MUSIIKKI
May 2 – Sat – Wakefield, ON: THE KAFFE
May 3 – Sun – Montreal, QB: ROCKET SCIENCE ROOM
May 4 – Mo -Montreal, QB: LE CAGIBI
May 5 – Tue- Burlington, VT: RADIO BEAN
May 6 – Wed- Hudson, NY – Spotty Dog
May 7 – Thur – New York, NY – PIANO’S w/Hollands
May 11 – Mon – Brentwood, MD – The Waterhole
May 12 – Tues – Washington, DC – Electric Maid
May 13 – Wed – Takoma Park, MD – Maitri House
May 14 – Thurs – Riverdale Park, MD – Riverdale Farmers Market
May 16 – Sat – Philadelphia, PA – Heartwood Music Festival
May 17 – Sun – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Yard
May 19 – Tues – Oberlin, OH – House Show
May 20 – Wed – Athens, OH – House Show
May 21 – Thurs – Dayton, OH – Canal Public House
May 22– 23 – Fri & Sat – Nashville, MUDDY ROOTS SPRING WEEKENDER FESTIVAL
May 24 – Sun – Nashville, TN, – Porch Show
I’m Jenna, and I am the founder and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be. I am so proud of what it has become over the last few years, with many talented music lovers and writers coming together to spread the word of Canada’s music.