City and Colour (Canada)

This week featuring Canada


City and Colour is the recording alias for Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green.  He is also the guitarist and vocalist for the band “Alexisonfire”.  He released his first album in 2005, “Sometimes”, to a good reception.  His second album, “Bring Me Your Love”, was released 2008 and featured a wide array of instruments giving it a more folk-influenced sound.  In 2010 City and Colour embarked on a US and UK tour.  In 2011 “Little Hell” was released and reached the #1 spot on the Canadian rock/alternative chart.  Dallas Green sings about heartbreak in his outstanding voice and his his musical talent that merits him as being one of the best singer-songwriters today.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. xandimusic
    Nov 14, 2011 @ 09:44:23

    great song!!
    I’ve added you as editor…
    would be great, when you write country, “space bar”-“space bar”(e.g. music from portugal – ka 😉 )
    and would be great, two read one or more sentences about the band, singer(as on your blog)
    and it would you categorize every post(genre, country), and give him tags
    hope you could understand this difficult message 😀
    Greetings xandi


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