Allison Lupton | Words of Love

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Words of Love

by Allison Lupton

Allison and her band delight listeners with beautiful traditional and contemporary folk songs and fiddle tunes that take you away to another time and then dance you home again.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Away
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2. What Will I Dream
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3. When First I Went to Caledonia
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4. Words of Love
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5. Lost Jimmy Whelan
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6. Ontario Tune Set
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7. Dusty Boots
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8. Poverty Knock
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9. I Will Rise
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10. The Grand River Waltz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born and raised on a second generation dairy farm in rural Ontario, Allison Lupton has always been immersed in Canadian folk life, but it took a love and intense study of Irish and Celtic music for her to find her way to the Canadian folk music tradition that she’s grown up around. Her newest album, “Words of Love” showcases her original material, songs which fit so perfectly into the cannon of Canadian folk music that they could easily be mistaken for traditional numbers. Along with a brilliant lineup of musicians, Lupton brings to life the best of the contemporary folk music scene in Ontario, while incorporating the Celtic influences that have been such an important part of the Canadian immigrant story as well as her own musical path.

After working with various bands and groups including Killiecrankie, which was regularly heard on CBC Radio’s legendary Max Ferguson Show, Lupton starting putting out music under her own name in 2001 with her debut album “My True Love”. The album launched her solo career, performing across Canada, the United States, and the UK with her all-star band which has included Tony McManus, Joseph Phillips, Andrew Collins, Craig Werth, Ivan Rosenberg and Shane Cook, among others. Allison has since recorded 3 solo CDs and been featured on CBC Radio’s Vinyl Café and BBC Radio nan Gàidheal. She recently toured the UK performing at the Hebridean Celtic and the Warwick Folk Festivals. In 2015, she teamed up with Tannis Slimmon and Rosemary Phelan to record as The Lucky Sisters. She has been nominated for “Traditional Singer of the Year” and “Vocal Group of the Year” by the Canadian Folk Music Awards. With her new album, “Words of Love”, Lupton can count herself securely among Canadian folk music’s finest contributors.

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