Tour Dates

No shows booked at the moment.

Accolades

  • 2018 Canadian Country Music Association® (CCMA®) Award™ nominee:
    - Roots Artist of the Year

    - Fiddle Player of the Year (Ali Raney)

  • 2018 Country Music Association of Ontario (CMAO) Award winner:
    -Roots Artist or Group of the Year

  • 2018 CMAO Award nominee:
    -Group or Duo of the Year

  • 2017 CCMA® Award™ nominee:
    - Roots Artist of the Year


  • 2017 CMAO Award nominee:
    - Album of the Year

  • 2016 CCMA® Award™ nominee:
    - Roots Artist of the Year

    - Fiddle Player of the Year (Ali Raney)

  • 2016 CMAO Award nominee:
    - Roots Artist or Group of the Year

  • 2015 CCMA Award nominee:
    - Roots Artist of the Year

    - Fiddle Player of the Year (Ali Raney)

  • 2015 CMAO Award nominee:
    - Album of the Year
    - Roots Artist or Group of the Year

  • 2014 CCMA Discovery Program Award winner

  • 2014 CCMA Award nominee:
    - Roots Artist of the Year
    - All Star Band - Fiddle (Ali Raney)

  • 2014 CMAO Award nominee:
    - Rising Star

  • 2012 CCMA Award nominee:
    - All Star Band - Fiddle (Ali Raney)

  • 2011 CCMA Award nominee:
    - All Star Band - Fiddle (Ali Raney)

Touch Points

  • New album: 20 Dollars In My Pocket (Release date: July 13, 2018)

  • Current single: “20 Dollars In My Pocket” (release date: June 29th, 2018)

  • “20 Dollars In My Pocket” peak chart numbers as of July 9th, 2018
    #77 - Mediabase Country

  • “Staycation” peak chart numbers as of March 19th, 2018
    #58 - Mediabase Country

  • "Time After Time" peak chart numbers (as of September 17, 2016)
    #58 - Mediabase Country

  • “If you like The Dixie Chicks, check out The Lovelocks. We’re obsessed!”– Flare Magazine (October 2017)

  • The video for “Time After Time” was directed by Ben Knechtel (who also directed Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”!).

  • New EP: Born to Love (release date: March 4, 2016)

  • Born to Love EP was produced by Grammy award winner Ben Glover and JUNO award winner Mitch Merrett, and is a proud result of creative collaboration with numerous notable talents, also including 2016 Academy Award® nominee and songwriter Phil Barton (who co-wrote the title track “Born To Love” with The Lovelocks and Brian White).

  • Featured in the New York Times, BBC, The View, Metro News, and a number of other TV and print media outlets as part of the viral social media campaign “Tell America It’s Great.” Campaign video: https://youtu.be/stGhjokq57U

  • The Lovelocks have been on the road performing and were recently overseas to entertain the Canadian Troops in Kuwait, France and Ukraine

  • Home Sweet Home” has dazzled Canadian country music fans, becoming the #1 selling single by a Canadian country artist (week of January 25, 2016), has exceeded over 350,000 streams on Spotify, and hit #2 on the top 50 Canadian viral list on Spotify.

  • The video for “Home Sweet Home” debuted on CMT Canada, and was directed by Ben Knechtel (who also directed Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”!).

  • Self-titled debut EP (released February 11, 2014) hit #2 on the iTunes country charts on the day of release

  • Performed throughout Canada including Boots & Hearts and Big Valley Jamboree in 2015

  • Celebrated by RocketHub as “crowdfunding pioneers in the world of country music in Canada”; having raised over $65,000 CDN

  • Celebrated by BlogTO (in July, 2014) as “one of the top 5 alt-country bands to watch in Toronto.”

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PHOTO CREDIT: Jen Squires

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