Renegade folk by banjo & red guitar slinging 3rd generation troubadour

“Staggeringly Good” - Tom Power, CBC

2022 single Superstition out now

“Like her music, T. Nile is a radiant and multi-layered complexity; inspiring and inspired; accessible yet luminous; leaving you wanting more.”
– Jeffrey Morgan, Authorized biographer Alice Cooper & Iggy Pop & The Stooges


“Some of my first memories are of falling asleep to the muffled sound of my mom and dad playing music together. Friends would come over, and instead of watching TV, we’d bust out the instruments and jam”

Today, T. Nile is an award-winning songwriter, creative producer and multi-instrumentalist who can be found gracing the stages of some of the top festivals in the world. She expresses her roots in musical offerings from folk melodies and western guitars to bright banjo and renegade beats.

Nile’s father became known as “Dan The Man, The One Man Band”. A sidewalk entertainer, he followed in the footsteps of his early inspiration and mentor, the legendary Jesse Fuller who inspired Bob Dylan to pick up the harmonica. T. Nile’s mother taught her how to sing when she was just a toddler. From the age of six until her teenage years Nile accompanied Dan the Man as they toured the West Coast and Australia in a home-made RV.

Respected as an influential trailblazer, T. Nile’s fans have kept her on the road since 2006 in Western Europe, USA and Canada. She’s released three LPs, three EPs, multiple singles and is now preparing to release “Coming Back From Everything” followed by some big support shows with the likes of Lucinda Williams, Taj Mahal and the Indigo Girls in Canada and Europe. Somewhere in there she’ll take a break to record her new album “Wild Once” while performing festivals, concerts and tours into 2025


Best New Artist - Canadian Folk Music Awards

Best Vocalist - Canadian Folk Music Awards (nominee)

Best Roots Song - Independent Music Awards

Peak Performance Project (finalist)

Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk Competition (finalist)


Edmonton Folk Music Festival (x3)

Winnipeg Folk Music Festival

Vancouver Folk Music Festival

Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival

Luminato Festival

Canadian Folk Music Awards

Yukon Arts Center

Tour Support For Amos Lee