Earle & Coffin



Earle and Coffin are on a great trajectory with their win at the 2016 Canadian Folk Music Awards.  From St. John’s, NL, the duo’s debut album “Nick Earle and Joe Coffin Live at The Citadel House”, earned them the 2016 Canadian Folk Music Award for Young Performer of the Year as well as nominations from ECMA and Music NL2016 for Jazz/Blues Recording of the Year.  Recently the pair received a 2018 ECMA nomination for Blue Recording of the Year and three 2017 Music NL nominations: Album of the Year, Group of the Year and Jazz/blues Artist of the Year for their new album, Wood Wire Blood and Bone.

Adopting a distinctive style which is well beyond their years, they draw inspiration from blues greats such as Robert Johnson, Eric Clapton and Muddy Waters. Rich soulful vocals and exceptional guitar playing are just two of the descriptions that come to mind when watching these two execute their skills. Earle and Coffin have already performed with many of Newfoundland’s top roots and blues musicians and have learned to demonstrate the utmost professionalism and style.
For more information visit www.earleandcoffin.com


A Day In July, Live Acoustic EP

Released September 2017

Celebrating a great summer of touring, Nick and Joe came into the studio for a day in July, thus the name.  This recording features a selection of band tunes recorded acoustically plus a few brand new songs.


Check out their band recording, Wood Wire Blood & Bone which showcases another side of their performance skills.  This recording, featuring a full band and electric blues style is sure to please.

Wood Wire Blood & Bone

Released February 3, 2017


Earle and Coffin’s Award winning debut CD was recorded live before an appreciative crowd at the Citadel House on a warm August evening in picturesque Lewisporte, NL. Authentic blues standards with a bit of Earle and Coffin finesse is the best way to describe this dynamic live album.

Check out their recording, Live at The Citadel House

Released April 2016

photo credits: Christopher Deacon, album cover photo by Alex Stead, and design by Tammy Maat


Media Links:

CBC Dec 4, 2016

Telegram, Dec 4, 2016

Telegram Sept 23, 2016

Telegram April 20, 2016

Earle & Coffin's Concert History

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