December 3, 2021

Bruce was in the studio in March 2019 recording the album, Crowing Ignites, which was released on September 20, 2019. Track listing here.

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Pre-Order Link for the latest release, Greatest Hits 1970-2020

Bruce has teamed up with Canadian Brass. Here is the outcome:

Thoughts On A Rainy Afternoon

13th Mountain

Bruce released four new songs (recorded live video performances) online on May 2, 2021. Watch the video here.

You will find COVERS of Bruce’s songs at Apple Music and Spotify.

In May, 2020, I published a new Bruce Cockburn photo book. Details here

In 2009 I published “A View From The Woodpile,” containing photos of Bruce on tour and in the studio between 1994 and 2008. Read the introduction here.

This page is in memory of my friend, Richard Hoare. Richard contributed so much to Gavin’s Woodpile, and Cockburn fans, over the years. Please have a look.


Photos of Bruce in the studio recording the album, Crowing Ignites, in San Francisco in March 2019.

Listen to Pibroch: The Wind In The Valley, from the CD, Crowing Ignites. 

Watch the video and hear the song, April in Memphis, from the album, Crowing Ignites. 

Update to the Fox Watson page. Scroll to the bottom of this page.

Listen to the 1977 Circles in the Stream Tour documentary.

Bruce Cockburn - a view from the Woodpile, contains 120 photos I took at soundchecks, performances and in the studio between 1994 and 2008. It is available at the Apple iBookstore, and in hardcopy at Blurb book publishers.


This site is owned and edited by Daniel Keebler. If you see an error, a broken link or something that you think is incorrect, please let me know. Since 1994 I have received informational support directly from Bruce's record label and management in Toronto (True North Records and Finkelstein Management), with additional support from Rounder Records, Rykodisc Records and Columbia Records in the U.S. and Europe. While True North Records was sold in December 2007, Bruce currently remains with that label. The paper newsletter was first published in February 1994. Ten years later, in December 2003, the last paper issue was published. This site has been on the web since 1996.

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