Sean Burns, singer, songwriter, folk, music, country, entertainer, entertaining, winnipeg, ontario, canada, canadian

July 19 2020
A big thanks to all the folks who came to see our show at The Beer Can. The original Lost Country line-up was back together last week for the show and for 2 days of recording inside the Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club.
Look-out for our collection of Truck Driving Country Music classics before the summer is over. 

In the meantime, don’t forget to checkout my latest Solo album, It Takes Luck to Get the Best of Me. It’s now available on all the streaming platforms and still up for sale or stream directly from me via my bandcamp page.

I’ve got another local show coming. This Friday, July 24 at the Smith Restaurant at the Inn at the Forks. Grant Siemens will join me for a night of country music in duo form. 7-10pm. 

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July 2, 2020
Happy to announce my first show with the Band since early March! On Tuesday, July 14 you can find us at The Beer Can in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for an 8pm show. 

Hope to see you there!

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June 10, 2020

Hi, folks. I hope this finds you well.  

I’m happy to present ‘It Takes Luck to Get the Best of Me’; a new album released June 5, 2020 via my Bandcamp page. Now, it’s not the album I had planned to record this year, but I really wanted to bring something fresh and new to the world while we’re all locked down. It’s a stripped down affair comprised of songs I’ve yet to find a home for and a significant departure from the previous three releases with Lost Country. Some songs I wrote, some songs friends wrote, and a couple of old favourites of mine.

I recorded my parts at home and enlisted the help of some very talented friends to join me on select tracks from wherever they could set up. Grant Siemens, Ryan ‘Skinny’ Dyck, Kristopher Ulrich, David Landreth, Del Barber, Harley Hoeft, Jessica Lyons, Denise MacKay, and Joanna Miller, played and/or sang on the record and it includes songs written by friends Little Miss Higgins, Cam Penner, Curtis Phagoo, Rob Waddell, and Wade Mosher. Wade played some Organ along with handling the mixing & mastering while my old pal James Payne designed a beautiful piece of art for the album cover.
One day when we’re back on the road you’ll ideally be able to take a copy home on vinyl. But, for the time being, this will be a digital release that you can find at:

This is my second effort of 2020 after our February release of ‘A Bakersfield Half-Dozen’. Vinyl & Digital copies of this record are available to order via the Bandcamp page or by emailing:

Stay tuned for updates on live performances as the Summer rolls on. 

And remember, you can catch me spinning beautiful country music by beautiful country music singers, every Tuesday from 11am-1pm (CDT) on “Boots & Saddle” on CKUW 95.9 FM in Winnipeg.
Stream or download online, the TuneIn radio app or Google Podcasts

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