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The Deep Dark Woods

 

The Deep Dark Woods

The Deep Dark Woods
Background information
Origin Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Genres Alternative country
Years active 2005-present
Labels Six Shooter
Sugar Hill
Black Hen Music
Website The Deep Dark Woods
Members Ryan Boldt
Chris Mason
Geoff Hilhorst
Lucas Goetz
Clayton Linthicum
Past members Burke Barlow

The Deep Dark Woods are a Canadian alternative country band from Saskatoon, currently signed to Sugar Hill Records in the United States and Six Shooter Records in Canada.[1] First established in 2005, the band consists of singer and guitarist Ryan Boldt, bass guitarist Chris Mason, organist and pianist Geoff Hilhorst, lead guitarist Clayton Linthicum and drummer Lucas Goetz. Founding member Burke Barlow played guitar until 2012.[2]

They have released five albums to date,[3] and contributed an original song, "Charlie's (Is Coming Down)", to CBC Radio 2's Great Canadian Song Quest in 2009.[2] Their fourth record, The Place I Left Behind, was released in Canada on Six Shooter Records in August 2011, and internationally on Sugar Hill Records on October 18, 2011. The band's newest album, Jubilee was released on September 30, 2013 through Sugar Hill Records.

Discography

  • The Deep Dark Woods (2006)
  • Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (2007)
  • Winter Hours (2009)
  • The Place I Left Behind (2011)
  • Jubilee (2013)

References

External links

  • The Deep Dark Woods official website
  • Myspace


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