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New album out now. You can buy it on bandcamp and itunes.
Lola Parks - Here We Go (live at Bar Robo)
Lola Parks - Freight Train (unreleased, live) @ CKUO radio, Ottawa
Aug 25 - private party - Mill Bay, BC
Aug 24 - First Peoples' Cultural Council Festival - Victoria, BC
Aug 17 - Builders on the Bridge - Private fundraiser event - Victoria, BC
July 27 - Richmond Maritime Festival - 1:15pm - Richmond, BC
July 7 - Car Free Day Drive - Commercial Drive - with Michael Simpsonelli - Vancouver, BC
June 28 - Bar Robo - Ottawa, ON
June 15 - Lola Parks Trio @ West End Car Free Day - Vancouver, BC: Sandy Powlik (vocals, acoustic guitar), Michel Bruyere (percussion) and Michael Simpsonelli (electric guitar)
May 5 - Bridgemans Bistro - Mill Bay, BC
Feb 21 - Talking Stick Festival - opening gala - a Full Circle: Indigenous Performance production - Vancouver, BC
"Female Songwriter of the Year" (Vancouver Island Music Awards 2012) "Most Outstanding Musician" (Denver Festival 1991)
Boho chic soul folk carried by dangerous lyrics, hypnotic grooves, and a seductive voice.
Singer-songwriter Sandy Powlik has been turning heads for years. From fronting a 17-piece big band to co-founding and being sole lyricist for original folk rock group, Sonnenblume, to running the show for over a decade as Lola Parks – she continually progresses and evolves. There has never been as much momentum, traction and BUZZ around this leading songstress as there is today.
A multi-award winner, including “Most Outstanding Musician – Vocal Jazz" and “Female Songwriter of the Year” (and The Q’s “Band of the Year” with her first band, Sonnenblume), her 2011 release, Here, garnered three Vancouver Island Music Awards nominations and continues to receive international attention and grace playlists.
“All This Time,” the first track off new release, The Hustle (2017), is CBC’s all-new “The Early Edition” theme song. “Trouble with Me,” the most popular track off Here (2011), was featured in the indie film, The Orchard, and short film, Ryan & Lola. And her song, “When Comes the Change” (1999) aired on TV’s Higher Ground.
She has performed on five continents, led several Western Canada tours with her trio and shared billing with numerous Grammy and Juno award winners and nominees.
Adjectives used to describe Parks’ music include sultry, organic, natural, jazz-infused, smooth, soulful, genuine, honest, evocative, dangerous, and fun.
Discography: Sonnenblume (1999), Rocktoria 9 Compilation (1999), Borderlands Vol. 1 (2001), Lola Parks (2003), Here (2011) and The Hustle (2017).
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SOUNDS LIKE: Ellie Goulding, Sara Bareilles, Alessia Cara, Colbie Caillat, Norah Jones, Asa, Grace Potter, Bonnie Raitt, Morcheeba, Brandi Carlile, Ani Difranco, PJ Harvey, Natalie Merchant