The Band

Trevor Mann – Lead Vocals/ Guitar
Shea Connor – Drums
Murray Wood – Bass


Scenic Route To Alaska (2011)
All These Years (2012)
Warrington (2014)
Long Walk Home (Out September 23, 2016)

Upcoming Shows

Long Walk Home 2016 Tour Dates:


10/18/16          Winnipeg – Handsome Daughter

10/19/16          Thunder Bay – The Foundry

10/20/16          Sault Set Marie – Loplops

10/21/16          Sudbury – Townhouse

10/22/16          Ottawa – Zaphods

10/26/16          Oshawa – Mustache Club

10/27/16          Toronto – Adelaide Hall

10/28/16          London – Rum Runners

10/29/16          Hamilton – Casbah

Local Spotlight Showcase

December 8th at The Needle Vinyl Tavern with Altameda and Joe Nolan and The Dogs SOLD OUT

December 11th at The Needle Vinyl Tavern.  Afternoon, All-Ages Show


Substance and accessibility are often considered opposing forces when it comes to pop music, making it all the more impressive when a band like Scenic Route to Alaska so effortlessly delivers ample doses of both.

Long Walk Home, the prairie indie outfit’s soon-to-drop third LP, finds them effortlessly weaving catchy vocals and memorable melodies through relatively rich arrangements – instantly engaging but begging to be heard again and again. It’s a coveted combination within the crowded sphere of indie rock – and one that’s rarely the product of anything but time, talent, and heaps of hard work. Of course, these boys are no strangers to any of those.

The longtime friends started making music together in their early teens, forming Scenic Route to Alaska years later in 2010. Their early releases – a self-titled 2011 EP and 2012 full-length All These Years – belied the youth of the band and its members, owing to their and years of making music together and brotherly bond. The attention and accolades poured in and earned them performances at prestigious events like the Edmonton and Canmore Folk Festivals and CMW. They propelled themselves to an even higher peak with 2014’s Warrington, earning rave reviews in addition to shows alongside contemporaries like Hey Rosetta!, Said the Whale, and Born Ruffians. They also landed a WCMA nod for Pop Recording of the Year and were finalists in the inaugural edition of Alberta’s Peak Performance Project.

On stage, where the energy is palpable and the fun contagious. Always locked in with a syncopation that can only stem from a long collective history, the band bounces from ballads to bangers with ease, leaving a lasting impression on any kind of audience in front of them.


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Scenic Route to Alaska - Local Spotlight Podcast

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Love Keeps:

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Scenic Route to Alaska - Love Keeps

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Coming Back:

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Scenic Route to Alaska - Comin Back

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Scenic Route to Alaska - Younger

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