New Music Video

New Music Video… Premiering Today!

Music Video

We’re very proud today to launch Carleton’s first cinematic music video,  Blood is Thicker Than Water.  The video, directed by Scott Simpson of Playmaker Films, was shot in a number of locations in Inverness County, Cape Breton in early October.  The ramblings of a brother and sister through a rural landscape lit by brilliant sunshine and steeped in rich colours belie a darker, more sinister plotline.

Music Nova Scotia Entertainer of the Year Vote

Carleton is one of the five nominees for Music Nova Scotia’s ‘Entertainer of the Year’. This is the only award voted on by the public, and it would be real sweet if you cast your ballot! You can vote once per day until October 27th, feel free to ‘SHARE’ and tell your friends!
Vote here!

CBC Radio 2 Top 20

Carleton’s new single, Blood is Thicker Than Water, rose up the CBC Radio 2 Top 20 chart again this week.  We’re currently at #5!  Thanks for your support.  And please continue to vote…

Fall 2014 Shows

Finally, Carleton has a bunch more shows lined this fall including a show with Blue Rodeo at NS Music Week and a new show at Membertou Centre on December 28th.  Details are on the shows page on Carleton’s website.

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Announcing Fall Tour Dates… MNS Award Nominations… Nashville Showcase This Week-end… German Songcamp

Announcing… a big run of tour dates this Fall with Breagh MacKinnon and Dylan Guthro.  First date this Friday at the Atlantica Oak Island Hotel in NS (with Dylan). Click on the poster for details and tickets!Poster-1

More details and ticket info on Carleton’s shows page.

Carleton has been nominated for five Nova Scotia Music Awards including Entertainer of the Year, Male Artist, Pop Recording, Recording of the Year and SOCAN Songwriter with Dylan Guthro for When You Come Home.

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Carleton catches an EARLY morning flight out of Halifax on Saturday to travel to Nashville for a showcase at the annual Americana Festival.  Sharing the stage with some fine Canadian talent including fellow-Maritimer, Tim Chaisson.

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Many, many thanks to all the folks in Colditz, Germany for hosting Carleton, Breagh and Dave Sampson at the intercontinental songcamp.  There were some GEMS written.

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