Circle of Light is the thunderous, fifth, full length release by Dave McCann and the Firehearts. Produced in collaboration with alt-rock songsmith Leeroy Stagger and built at The Rebeltone Ranch in Southern Alberta, “Circle of Light” brings an aggressive evolution of Blues-tinged Southern Roots that unleashes the scorching honesty of pure hand-built Rock and Roll.

Dixiebluebird is the first release from Dave McCann and the Firehearts

Produced by guitarist, producer and Nashville alt-icon Will Kimbrough
(Todd Snider, Mavis Staples, Rodney Crowell), “Dixiebluebird” is the benchmark recording in a series of releases from singer-songwriter Dave McCann. A wealth of road and heart worn original material that lays a torch to the influence of Bruised Country Soul, Classic Southern Rock and Heartfelt Americana.

Recorded live off the stage in Edmonton Alberta, at the long surrendered Sidetrack Cafe - one of Canada's loved and long gone music venues.

It's a night of finality and a transitional line between recorded material and live performance. You can almost feel the anticipation of the beer soaked Canadian tavern crowd. It's the kinda feel Gram Parsons tried to emulate
for his "Medley Live from Northern Quebec" on 1974's Grievous Angel.

Back in the wake of Americana with the new Release "Country Medicine!
A wealth of original cuts with a tip of the old flask to the Jethro Tull classic, Locomotive Breath. Lyrically unvielding, it burns like a firbranded ride through 70's era Outlaw Country Rock. Deluxe tube scratch & all the tone bitten guitar grang one set of fence post ears can handle! This is just another recording as you'd come to expect from one of the most promising bands to fall upon the roots scene in some time!

Reviewed as "Motorhead -meets-Merle Haggard" Country Medicine has topped on some of the more impressive charts in the Americana/Alt-Country World. If you love raw, heartfelt Alt-Country then this is a must have for your collection!

In the fall of 2000, Dave McCann & the Ten Toed Frogs tore up the Americana charts with their mainstay independent release "Woodland Tea". The masters have long disappeared & they will never be digitally revisited! Broken and delivered, "Woodland Tea" was heralded by Alt Country folk as "one of the best unknown recordings of 2001"!

An elderly Cree man decides that before he dies he must travel via Greyhound from his remote Indian Reservation in Northern Canada, into
the southern United States to visit the grave of Hank Williams.

Along the way he and his travelling companion, a 17 yr old nephew, are picked up as a regional human-interest story in the US press. News of their growing celebrity causes a stir back home among an eclectic cast of locals; including a chief running desperately for re-election, a young girl trying desperately to find a prom date, a teacher trying desperately to help, and a social worker trying desperately to get a transfer.