Stan's debut album of songs inspired by Nova Scotia, includes classics like 45 Years, Giant, and Make & Break Harbour.
A mix of roots & contemporary styles, including tracks Jeannie C., So Blue, Song of the Candle, and cover of Archie Fisher's classic Dark-Eyed Molly.
Includes high-energy songs like Barrett's Privateers and Mary Ellen Carter as well as poignant ballads like Harris & the Mare and First Christmas.
The prairies and north are represented here with Field Behind the Plough, Canol Road, and the title track, which is regarded by many as Canada's "other" national anthem.
Stan explores the area and history of Ontario and the Great Lakes region with songs like White Squall, Macdonnel on the Heights, and the powerful Lockkeeper.