REVIEWS (Night Sky, 2018)

“Raine Hamilton’s new album Night Sky is a warm, sweet stringed folk serenade to life’s beauty – the pain, joy and vibrance of our shared human experience.”

     - Mitch Mosk, Atwood Magazine

“This is one of those singular albums that I could easily loop on my player during the workday and never tire of it. ”

     - Great Dark Wonder

"Raine Hamilton’s storytelling is almost ethereal in its energy and tone. Her vocals never waver, and each song carries its own power." 

     - Rebecca Mattina, Canadian Beats


Winnipeg Free Press, Classical Group Tries Classic Rock

Winnipeg Free Press, Songs of the Prairie

FYI Music News, The LYNNeS, Pharis Romero Win Multiple CFMAs

The Star Phoenix, ASL interpreters help improve access to Raine Hamilton's concerts

The Southwest Booster, Raine Hamilton’s Friday night concert will be bolstered by visual interpretation

Sioux Lookout Bulletin, Raine Hamilton String Trio get standing ovation following Entertainment Series performance

Roots Music Canada, Raine Hamilton is on tour with American Sign Language interpretation

Samaritan Mag, Folksinger Brings American Sign Language Interpreter on Tour


Canadian Beats, Review – Raine Hamilton

Stylus Magazine, Raine Hamilton :: Night Sky

Great Dark Wonder, Discovering The “Night Sky” – Interview With Raine Hamilton

Winnipeg Free Press, Singer-songwriter Hamilton making her upcoming concert accessible to the deaf community

CBC Radio Winnipeg, Deaf artists share focus as Raine Hamilton performs in CBC's Studio 11

CBC Radio Winnipeg, live studio video, Raine Hamilton in CBC Manitoba's Studio 11

Canadian Beats, Video Interview – Raine Hamilton


CTV Morning Live Winnipeg

Global Morning News Winnipeg


REVIEWS (Past Your Past, 2015)

" Past Your Past is a carefully crafted folk album that is gracefully familiar, and like Joni Mitchell's Blue, you'll want to listen to it over and over...Please, sit on your porch with your eyes closed and listen to this gem." 

         -     Selci, Stylus Magazine

"Past Your Past is one of the best written albums I have listened to this year...I gave this album a 10 for writing - listen to it and you'll find out why."

        -      Nathaniel Deshpande, Latent Image Design

“I was stunned to hear something as clear and delicate as her voice ring out—commanding attention with its sensitive, open approach… with a rich musical history at play in her creation, there’s plenty of promise to be teased out of such a short entrance.”

        -     Eleni Armenakis, Gray Owl Point

"January is as pretty as a brooder can get - complimented by menacing strings and balanced out by Hamilton's sugary vocals."  

        -     Nicholas Friesen, The Uniter

 “A short collection of songs that are simultaneously earnest and mature.”

        -     Daniel Emberg, Stylus Magazine

" She started with a song she wrote for her family called “Everything” and it sounded like nature. Next up was a beautiful rendition of Joni Mitchell’s “Case of You”. Raine’s high notes gave me goose bumps, they were so sweet and pretty... I instantly fell in love with the prairie lyrics in “Aurora In The Meadow”.

      -      Ticketmomster, online reviewer


CBC MB Up to Speed, "Deaf artists share focus as Raine Hamilton performs in CBC's Studio 11," and Live Video

Winnipeg Free Press, ASL Interpretation

ICI Radio Canada, Concert avec WSO (En français)

Winnipeg Free Press, Concert with WSO

Metro Winnipeg, ASL Interpreted Concert

Spinditty, Artist Profile

CTV News, piece 1, Canmore Cave Concert

CTV News, piece2, Canmore Cave Concert

Avenue Calgary, Cave Concert

Mike's Bloggity Blog, Cave Concert

Travel Alberta, Cave Concert

Vernon Morning Star, Show writeup

Kiss 107 Vernon Podcast

Top 10, Pixel 51

Writeup, Our Windsor

5 Questions, Canadian Beats

Video Release, Canadian Beats

Tour writeup, Cashbox Magazine Canada

Video Premiere, Grayowl Point

Grapevine Interiview, Margaretsville NS

Vernon Morning Star, Rock and a Tall Place Tour, writeup

CBC Top 5

Tricity News, Coquitlam BC, Festival du Bois

BC Local News, BC, Edge of Spring Tour

Comox Valley Record, Comox BC, Edge of Spring Tour

London Free Press, for Home County Festival

Stylus 2015, Interview

Snob's Music, Write Up 

Winnipeg Music Project

Fort Whyte Alive, Feature

MyToba, Write Up

Manitoba Music, Songwriter's Retreat

Manitoba Music, Hosting Folk Fest Open Mic

The Projector, The We Care Campaign

Comox Valley Record, Write up

Nanaimo News Bulletin, Write Up

Outwords, Write Up

Stylus 2014, Interview



Latent Image Designs

Stylus Magazine

Gray Owl Point

The Uniter

Community News Commons, Show Review


Tri City TV

Shaw TV Winnipeg

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