Fallen Tree at Folk Alliance 2022

Fallen Tree Records is elated to have two of our artists – Big Little Lions and T. Buckley – on the Official Showcase list at Folk Alliance 2022, Kansas City!

Big Little Lions

Big Little Lions

Official Showcase:

Saturday, 6:45pm Pershing North

Private Showcases:

Wednesday, 12:35am, Rm 537 – Cantino Navarro
Thursday, 11:50pm, Rm 752 – Alberta Room
Thursday, 2:00am, Rm 754 – Camp Ned
Friday, 10:30pm, Rm 744 – All Music Starts Local
Friday, 12:00am, Rm 638 – Gypsy Wagon Studio
Friday, 1:30am, Rm 752 – Alberta Room
Saturday, 1:30am, Rm 556 – Songbird

T. Buckley

T. Buckley

Official Showcase:

Saturday, 4:45pm Pershing East/West

Private Showcases:

Thursday, 11:30pm, Rm 752 – Alberta Room
Thursday, 12:30am, Rm 636 – Third Coast Music Room
Friday, 10:30pm, Rm 752 – Alberta Room
Saturday, 12:50am, Rm 752 – Alberta Room

🔗 Big Little Lions – EPK

Upcoming Album, June 3
Happy Accident:

🔗 T. Buckley – EPK

Upcoming Single, May 27
My First Guitar:

Latest Album, Nov 5
Frame by Frame:

More about Fallen Tree Records

Based in Canada, Fallen Tree Records releases music from award winning musicians in the folk, roots, Americana and alternative genres. We’ve released music from singer-songwriters like Joe Nolan, Jon Brooks, Jay Aymar and Jessica Heine; Celtic-infused music from Bùmarang; contemporary folk from 100 mile house, Logan and Nathan and Silent Winters; alternative indie from Vivienne Wilder; and roots-rock from Ayla Brook & The Sound Men. And that’s all alongside our official showcasing artists Big Little Lions and T. Buckley.

Discover our sound, or listen below. For all enquiries, including licensing (for most songs we are a one-stop, clearing both sides), contact Peter Chapman at: peter [at] fallentreerecords [dot] com

Peter is also on site during Folk Alliance 2022 in Kansas City, so please reach out if you’d like to meet up.

Supported by

This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.
Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada.