Welcome to the online home of singer, songwriter, musician, writer, student, mama, lover and pal Dana Wylie. Here's a promise: Dana's crystal clear voice will cut straight through to your heart, and just to make it a fair deal, her songs will give you a direct route into hers. This is music that won't bullshit you, but it will move you.

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The New Album is Out!
After a ring-dinger of an Edmonton release show on October 6th, The Earth That You're Made Of  hit #6 on the Earshot national folk/roots/blues chart, and #3 on the CKUA chart.

Here's a sample of the praise it's received so far:

"Crystal clear voice, skilfully constructed songs and formidable piano, guitar, and arrangement chops…it's the songs that make this album a winner." – Penguin Eggs Magazine 

"Her voice has an arresting purity that slides between strength and vulnerability…she plays acoustic and electric guitars, piano and keyboards and even penned horn or string arrangements for half the tracks on her latest album…even with all those extras Wylie’s voice and songwriting remain the highlight of the set." – Roger Levesque, Edmonton Journal 

"Subtle and lulling, her voice is the sound you’d hear in a forest haunted by benevolent ghosts." – Michael Dunn, BeatRoute Magazine

“…one of the finest contemporary roots recordings to have ever been produced in Alberta, period.” – Peter North, Artistic Director, Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival 

"I think that Wylie is a rare contemporary musician who has refreshed and strengthened this good old genre…while staying true to its essence. It’s stardust folk." Hande Eagle, UK-based arts writer and translator


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Upcoming Shows


North Country Fair

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Driftpile, AB.

Super stoked to be taking my seven-piece band to the Fair! It's gonna be a time! It's always a time!


Sass the Patriarchy, Edmonton Edition

The Aviary, 9314 111th Avenue, Edmonton, AB.

An evening that showcases some of the amazing female, non-binary talent that Edmonton has to offer and look at how we can continue to push for equality in the music industry by discussing strategies we can readily go out and use to create change. I'm sharing the bill with Kimberley MacGregor, North of Here, and Denseverse. Jacquie B and Sarah Hoyles are hosting. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door.