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Sandy Stubbert

Sandy is a veteran of the grassroots, independent Canadian music scene. She began her singer/songwriter career at age 16 in a Kingston folk-club called "The Vaults". She has performed in venues such as Convocation Hall (opened for Ferron) and Toronto's Harbourfront Centre; music festivals such as Owen Sound Summerfolk, Calgary Folk Festival, Mariposa, Blues Skies, Northern Lights (Sudbury); Toronto clubs including the Horseshoe, Rivoli, Ultra Sound, C'est What, Free Times Café, Silver Dollar and other venues including Kingston's Stages (opened for Crash Test Dummies), Vancouver's Railway Club, Calgary's Nickalodian, Saskatoon's 23 Below Folk Club; live performances on TV and radio (City TV and CBC radio). Her powerful voice, both musically and lyrically, and masterful guitar playing are her calling card. She also plays mandolin and dulcimer.