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Album Review: The Wooden Sky - "Let's Be Ready"

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) -

Toronto’s the Wooden Sky have undertaken big changes, culminating in the release of their new album Let’s Be Ready… 524 more words


Song in my head today: The Wooden Sky "Saturday night"

Sounds like: if there’s such a thing as Canadiana, this might be it

Call it coincidence but I first caught wind of Toronto’s The Wooden Sky in the days leading up to the 2011 edition of the Ottawa Folk Festival and now here we are, just slightly more than a week from this year’s edition and I’ve got their latest single banging around in my noggin. 252 more words


Streamlined: Stream 16 new releases from Jennifer Castle, Stuart Murdoch, The Wooden Sky, & more before their Sept. 2 release

Every week, new albums get official releases and stream legally on music magazine websites, blogs, and straightforward streaming services for promo purposes. Streamlined is an aggregate of links to free, legal, and full album streams for every week, posted in weekly instalments and updated as new streams become available. 210 more words


Everyone should be ready for The Wooden Sky's new record

The coming of fall in the next month has been brought just that much closer with the new record Let’s Be Ready, by Toronto-based folk rockers The Wooden Sky.   591 more words

Flavour Of The Week

The WOODEN SKY - " Saturday Night "

A Canadian Rock band based in Toronto, a folk and alt country band who released the album with a great title “If I dont Come Home You’ll Know I’ve Gone” .A new album is expected soon


'Saturday Night'- The Wooden Sky

The Wooden Sky’s ‘Saturday Night’ has about everything you’d ever want in a summer anthem: wailing guitars, that driving, straight-ahead drum beat and sneers about lost love (or love that never was) and hard lives. 10 more words

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The Wooden Sky is back with new album “Let’s Be Ready”

One of Toronto’s finest bands, The Wooden Sky, are releasing their 4th studio album titled “Let’s Be Ready” on September 2nd, 2014 via the band’s very own label, Chelsea Records. 223 more words