Hireath (2016)


Reached #1 on on CKUA across Alberta, #1 on CJSR in Edmonton, #2 on the national Folk charts and #13 across the country on the Earshot National Chart.

Reached #2 on Stingray Music Folk/Roots chart countrywide.

Included in CBC Key of A's Top 10 Albums of 2016

Their song ‘Run’ won the 2016 All-Albertan Song contest grand prize.

'a new album of impeccable poise, virtue, and, at times, tragedy.' Roddy Campbell, Penguin Eggs

'Heartbreakingly lovely' Katherine Duncan, CBC

'deftly disarming and emotionally generous collection of rich, melodic, roots songs' Mike Bell, Calgary Herald

'deeply emotional'  Amber McLinden, Beatroute

'a heartbroken, persevering journey full of honesty and vulnerability' Grayowl Point

'a stunning collection of acoustic gems' Great Dark Wonder


Great Dark Wonder

Grayowl Point


Canadian Beats

Calgary Herald



Penguin Eggs

CBC Key of A (listen)

Folk Roots Radio (listen)

Wait With Me (2013)

Western Canadian Music Award nominee for ‘Roots Duo/Group Recording of the Year’

Debuted at No.1 on CKUA across Alberta.

The song 'London' won the 2013 Calgary Folk Festival Songwriting Contest.

Calgary release concert at The Ironwood available on CBC Concerts on Demand

"Wait With Me ... features the smart lyrics, harmonies, and storytelling that are making 100 Mile House well-known on the Canadian folk music scene." CBC Music

"...extremely well produced and performed...This band is poised to move the folk rock needle outside of Canada." The Alternate Root

"Wait With Me is replete with images of former haunts in London, roads, and the growing distance between hearts — caused by death, breakups or temporary separations ... a sumptuous album." Sandra Sperounes, Edmonton Journal

"Wait with Me, is a perfected gem, an essentialist record beautiful in its purity." The Exchange, Regina

Sound + Noise

Edmonton Journal

Vue Weekly

Verb Magazine

Penguin Eggs


Country Music People - UK

Rock n' Reel Magazine - UK

Johnnys Garden - Netherlands

Hooked On Music - Denmark - Belgium

Hollow Ponds (2011)

Edmonton Music Award Winner for ‘Folk/Roots Album of the Year 2012’

Western Canadian Music Award nominee for ‘Roots Duo/Group Recording of the Year’

The song 'Better, Still' won the 2011 Calgary Folk Festival Songwriting Contest.

CKUA TOP 100 OF 2011

"100 mile house offers up heartfelt songs, elegant, spare arrangements, and some of the most polished and touching live performances we saw this year (2011)" Katherine Duncan, Key of A - CBC

" uplifting and empowering listen that has you rooting for their success. Hollow Ponds is a great album and is unlike anything I've personally heard before." Folk Radio UK

"(100 mile house) is a magical combination and hollow ponds is a terrific album"  Les Siemieniuk, Penguin Eggs

"Warm, pretty and finely crafted, this is a fine sophomore album from a skilled set of musicians and songwriters."   Exclaim!

"A world-class album
Sweet, plaintive and well written
Go buy one, ya hear?
"   Whitey Houston, Vue Weekly

hollow ponds reviews

Exclaim!  June 2011

Wildy's World  July 2011

Penguin Eggs  July 2011

Folk Radio UK  August 2011

PopMatters January 2012

Acoustic (UK) May 2012


'100 mile house stops in for recording session' Dave Whitfield for Rocky Mountain Outlook

Vue Weekly June 2011 Bryan Birtles

'100 mile house hitting Gitters' Evan Careen

'100 mile house at Cedar Creek Cafe' Nelson Daily

'100 mile house on How I Hear It' CKUA

'100 mile house to play The Hideout' Red Deer Advocate

'Rootsy Duo Take CNP Stage' Crowsnest Pass Promotor

from fall to fall

"... a rootsy, blue-collar folk mix of snappy shufflers ( Wolves, Boys of East Boleyn), sullen ballads ( Fight, She's Gone), and the exquisite interplay of Stone's accented vocals, MacKay's angelic harmonies and Zubot's bittersweet violin."     Sandra Sperounes, Edmonton Journal

“A beauty of a record: you can hear the sweep of the prairie hills in  
these songs in the soaring melodies; the way the rolling clouds  
swiftly show up in the sky, these songs drift in to your day and stay  
there. And you are grateful for these songs. The way Peter and  
Denise's voices work together reminds you of Damien and Lisa, of Glen  
and Marketa. The skilled and deft work of violinist Scott Zubot plays  
well as the third voice in this buoyant rootsy song cycle. Highly  
Luka Symons, CKUA

'100 mile house takes long road to festival' Dave Whitfield for Rocky Mountain Outlook

'Error leads to happy ending' Edmonton Journal Article

CBC Radio One Ed Pod Challenge LISTEN


Other Articles

'The Long Cold Winter: Duo trades in high cost of living for chills' Vue Weekly Article

'London Meets Edmonton in 100 Mile House' Jay Palter