Almost a Full Moon: Limited Edition Vinyl Pressing

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Hawksley Workman has announced that a limited edition vinyl pressing of his classic Christmas LP Almost a Full Moon will be available in Canada for Record Store Day Black Friday, November 25, 2016 and online at Maple Music.

The vinyl includes a special 11×11” Lyrics And Chords Songbook of the original album tracks, as well as a free download card for the LP which includes two bonus tracks: “Watching the Fires” and “Silent Night”.

Copies of the vinyl will also be available for purchase on the Christmas Tour (dates below).

Almost a Full Moon Track list

  1. Claire Fontaine
  2. Learn How To Knit
  3. First Snow Of The year
  4. Merry Christmas (I Love You)
  5. Common Cold
  6. 3 Generations
  7. A House Or Maybe A Boat
  8. Almost A Full Moon
  9. Watching The Fires (CD And Digital Only)
  10. Silent Night (CD and Digital Only)

Almost a Full Moon Tour

12.05 – Winnipeg, MB @ West End Cultural Centre SOLD OUT
12.07 – Vancouver, BC @ St. James Hall SOLD OUT
12.08 – Edmonton, AB @ Citadel Club Theatre SOLD OUT
12.09 – Edmonton, AB @ Citadel Club Theatre SOLD OUT
12.10 – Edmonton, AB @ Citadel Club Theatre SOLD OUT
12.11 – Edmonton, AB @ The Club at the Citadel Theatre SOLD OUT
12.13 – Fredericton, NB @ Wilmot United Church (Tickets)
12.14 – Halifax, NS @ St. Matthew’s Church SOLD OUT
12.16 – Hamilton, ON @ Library In The Round Series (Tickets)
12.17 – Huntsville, ON @ Trinity United Church SOLD OUT

Old Cheetah! Stream available on Exclaim!


We are very excited to partner with to bring you a stream of OLD CHEETAH!

A record preview and stream can be found here!


Hawksley Workman
‘Old Cheetah’ (album stream)

By Alex Hudson,
Published May 25, 2015
In the last couple of years, Canadian songwriter Hawksley Workman has branched out by drumming with his supergroup Mounties and touring his “one-man cabaret” The God That Comes. Now, he’s back to emphasizing his solo career, and with Old Cheetah due out on June 2 through Six Shooter Records, Exclaim! has got the stream of the entire album.

The 12-song effort is theatrical and ambitious. Workman’s signature eclecticism shines brightly on songs like “1000 Miles of Atmosphere,” a nine-and-a-half-minute prog epic that’s stuffed with syncopated rhythms, star-dazzled synth twinkles and unpredictable sonic shifts.

Although not every song is quite that wildly sprawling, Workman never goes on autopilot and proves that even an old cheetah can learn new tricks. The style range from the falsetto-flecked soul of “Teenage Cats” to the piano-driven space-rock anthem “We’re Not Broken Yet,” to the salt-of-the-earth folk of “It’s Really Starting to Snow” and the cabaret psych of “Small Town Dracula.”

It’s a lot to absorb, so dive into the ambitious Old Cheetah below.

Workman has a series of summer concerts lined up, and you can see those here. You can also pre-order the album here.

Stream/Purchase: Chemical

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Stream: Not Your Parents’ Music

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In Studio: Hawksley Workman (National Post)


Hawksley discusses the impact timing and life events have on the final product during studio sessions and performs a song each from Meat & Milk.  See the original article in The National Post here

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CBC Concerts On Demand: Concerts On Demand: Hawksley @ The Winspear Centre in Edmonton


“If you have seen Hawksley Workman just once then you haven’t seen Hawksley Workman.” – CBC Radio 2.  Listen to Hawksley Workman live at the Windspear in Edmonton

Stream: Who Do They Kiss

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