The band All Mighty Voice is the result of five Prince Albert musicians joining forces to ultimately create a larger voice.
The band was formed just over two years ago and since then they have performed at a variety of venues across Western Canada. They also recently released their new full-length studio album “All For One” in May.
“We are very proud and we put lot of attention and focus on our harmonies,” said Shayne Lazarowich, guitar, harmonica, and vocals for All Mighty Voice. “And that is part of the reason for our name All Mighty Voice because we are five voices, and most of our songs include one, two, three, four, or five vocals throughout.”
“The name (All Mighty Voice) sort of comes from the idea of five voices coming together to make a larger voice,” he added.
May was a busy month for the band. They toured across Western Canada, which included a stop at Prince Albert’s own E.A. Rawlinson Centre on May 29. The tour also included stops in Saskatoon, Regina, Rosthern, Edmonton, Golden, Kelowna and Nelson.
“I guess the most encouraging thing was and the nicest thing was we had some really good crowds,” said Lazarowich. And we had a good response from the audience and also from the people that owned the establishments we played at. We pretty much got asked to come back at every single place.”
The band includes: Lucy James on piano, organ and vocals; Shayne Lazarowich on guitar, harmonica and vocals; Jordan Balicki on guitar and vocals, Abraham Lancaster on bass and vocals; and Ian Dickson on percussion and vocals. They describe their music as a rugged blend of Alternative Folk Rock that is backed up by five-part harmonies and a wall of sound built with upright bass, percussion, piano/organ, electric/acoustic guitars and harmonica.
Their new AMV album, "All For One," is now available for purchase in three Prince Albert stores, they include: The Mann Art Gallery, On The Avenue Artisan's Gallery, and the Prince Albert Multicultural Council. The album can also be downloaded directly from their web site at: www.allmightyvoice.com.
Future show dates for the band include the Spruce River Folk Festival on August 16 and the Northern Lights Casino from August 21-23. Exact times etc. and other information about the bands concert dates can be found either on their website or on Facebook.
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