Canada’s favourite bearded rockers The Sheepdogs have released their new album Changing Colours today.  The album, the Saskatechewanian’s sixth studio release was heralded by “I’ve Got a Hole Where My Heart Should Be,” which reached the top spot at rock radio to join the ranks of the bands #1 hits “Feeling Good,” “The Way It Is” and “How Late, How Long”.  What’s more, The Sheepdogs are returning to the road on a 28 date tour.  The dates take the band from Campbell River, BC through to Halifax, NS with stops in Victoria, BC and St. Johns, NL, making this a true coast-to-coast romp across the country.    Tickets are still available for select dates, and can purchased here.

In the lead up to the release of Changing Colours the band have been hitting the interview circuit with stops at ET CanadaThe Morning ShowTim and Sid and Entertainment City.   On top of this, the band will be stopping by CBC’s q on Monday, February 5 for an interview with Tom Power where fans will get to hear songs from their pop-up show, recorded last December.  The band will also be hosting a Twitter Q&A on Monday.  Stop by the band’s Twitter page for all the details on this. Finally, last December, the band were invited to the YouTube Creator Space in Toronto to record a live version of “I’ve Got a Hole Where My Heart Should Be.”  Fans can watch that video here.

In addition to the album release promotion, The Sheepdogs have stepped into the microbrew world, creating their own ale in conjunction with Mill Street Brewery.  More details on the partnership will be unveiled soon, but the brew will be available at select shows on the tour.

The Sheepdogs have seen their single “I Don’t Know” reach Platinum certification status, and both “The Way It Is” and “Feeling Good” have achieved Gold levels of sales.  In addition to their singles success, their albums Learn & Burn and The Sheepdogs have also achieved Platinum and Gold status respectively.  The Sheepdogs have also been nominated for seven Juno Awards, including receiving Rock Album of the Year nominations for their three latest studio albums.  For all the latest on The Sheepdogs follow the band on TwitterFacebookInstagram or YouTube, or at


* – Ticket purchase includes CHANGING COLOURS
*** – without Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs

February 12     Campbell River     Tidemark Theatre  – SOLD OUT
February 13     Victoria, BC     Capital Ballroom
February 14     Victoria, BC     Capital Ballroom – SOLD OUT February 15     Vancouver, BC     Commodore Ballroom*
February 16     Vancouver, BC     Commodore Ballroom * – SOLD OUT
February 17     Kamloops, BC     CJ’s Nightclub * – SOLD OUT
February 18     Kelowna, BC     Kelowna Community Theatre *
February 20     Edmonton, AB     Union Hall *
February 21     Calgary, AB     The Palace Theatre *
February 22     Cadillac, SK     Cadillac Hall
February 23     Saskatoon, SK     O’Brians Event Centre *
February 24     Winnipeg, MB     Burton Cummings Theatre *
February 25     St. Paul, MN     Turf Club
February 27     Chicago, IL     Lincoln Hall
February 28     Detroit, MI     Magic Stick
March 1     London, ON     London Music Hall *
March 2     Toronto, ON     Massey Hall *
March 3     Ottawa, ON     Bronson Centre
March 5     Caruso Club     Sudbury, ON
March 6     Peterborough, ON     Showplace Performance Centre *
March 7     Kingston, ON     The Ale House *
March 8     Montreal, QC     Corona Theatre *
March 9     Saint-Casimir, QC     Théâtre Les Grand Bois
March 10     Moncton, NB     Casino New Brunswick
March 11     Charlottetown, PEI     PEI Brewing Company *
March 15     St John’s, NL ***     Club One *
March 16     Halifax, NS     Marquee Ballroom*
March 17     Halifax, NS     Marquee Ballroom * – SOLD OUT