Nova Scotia songwriter shares the first single from his new album ‘Having A Great Time’ in advance of spring tour through Ontario, Quebec, PEI and New Brunswick.
Cult of My Own is the first formal single off Ryan Cook’s new album Having A Great Time. The video was filmed at the famous Team Quest gym in Chiang Mai, Thailand with director Stephen Cooper.
Following a month of training at Team Quest, Cook was inspired by the sense of community that he experienced a decided the gym’s setting was the “ideal location” to film the video for the first single off his new album.
Cook begins a lengthy spring tour this month in support of the new record with dates in Ontario, Quebec, PEI and in New Brunswick where he’ll headline performances in Fredericton as part of this year’s Living Roots Music Festival.
Apr 5 – Moonshine Cafe; Oakville, ON
Apr 6 – House Concert; Barrie, ON
Apr 7 – Garage Series Concerts; Holland Landing, ON
Apr 8 – Purple Hill Opry; Thorndale, ON
Apr 9 – In-studio Country 107.3; Tillsonburg, ON
Apr 12 – Dakota Tavern; Toronto, ON
Apr 14 – Haileybury House Concert; Temiskaming Shores, ON
Apr 19 – Sellers & Newel Bookstore; Toronto, ON
Apr 21 – Greenbank Folk Society; Greenbank, ON
Apr 22 – The Acoustic Grill; Picton, ON
Apr 27 – United Church; Fenelon Falls, ON
Apr 28 – Colin & Leslie’s Bar; Addison, ON
Apr 29 – Chuckles Jack; Smiths Falls, ON
May 2 – Pine Valley Restaurant; Griffith, ON
May 3 – South Branch Bistro; Kemptville, ON
May 4 – The Spitfire Cafe; Brockville, ON
May 5 – Mariposa Le Cafe; Montreal, QC
May 6 – House Concert; Fitch Bay, QC
May 16 – Tracadie Community Centre; Tracadie, PE
May 17 – Milton Community Centre; North Milton, PE
May 18 – Village Musical Acadien; Abram-Village, PE
May 19 – Back Alley Music; Charlottetown, PE
May 19 – New London Community Complex; New London, PE
May 20 – Souris Show Hall; Souris, PE
May 24 – Living Roots Music Festival; Harvey NB
May 25 – Creekview Restaurant; Village of Gagetown NB
May 26 – Living Roots Music Festival; Fredericton NB