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Hey folks,

Hope this finds you warm wherever you may be, its winter in the north country, and great to be back on ski’s breathing in the woods once again. Its been a really busy fruitful time for me, just returned from 10 days in El Salvador writing, sleeping, writing eating, writing…I got an album in the can I am truly pumped to share, but am pushing my limits in the attemps to crank out a gem to add to it. Once you give birth you can’t take it back, I like to think I don’t write the songs, they write themselves, if it were only true. The album gets released in Canada Apr. 24, USA Sept. 8, and Europe/UK Nov. 5, all 2015 Western Canada CD release (April 23-May 11) dates are now up. Joining me will be Jaxon Haldane, former frontman for the infamous Canadian band the D-Rangers, he will be opening all the shows, and joining me on Banjo, Mandolin and Fiddle Saw. He is super talented and a great writer. Get a ticket!
Really happy to announce some amazing tours in the new year, I return to Alaska (Feb. 3-9), its been a moment, Melissa Mitchell and Spiff Chambers will be joining me for a songwriters caravan of sorts, we hit Anchorage, Talkeetna, Girdwood and Palmer areas. The beauty of this incredible journey is the opportunity to travel and experience the road, the people, and the places. I make my first trek to Australia (Feb. 20-Mar. 10) with 16 concerts in the NSW, QLDS and VIC areas, higlighted by the Cobargo Folk Festival. Having never imagined going to Australia let alone on a tour playing my little songs, I am so grateful.

Its been a great year, 2015 looks even more promising, have a great holiday season, see you down the road!

Below is some recent tour footage, as well as some social media links you may want to support, I would not be able to do this without all of you!
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gordie-Tentrees/197650133713277
https://twitter.com/GTentrees

New Video “Somebody’s Child” coming out on new album in 2015!

Check out Gordie “live” on Netherlands Radio performing”Death & Dust” & “Farm Boy”