Praise for debut album, "Almost There..." "...a series of musically diverse stories that capture you and leave you asking for more. This band's chemistry is incredible...I am glad I had the pleasure of listening to such a great album." - The Ontarian "Wylie sings with unrelenting passion... (an) outstanding set of performers." - Red Deer Express "The band is tight and expressive, supporting Wylie's honest and direct vocals." - Belleville Intelligencer "There is no disconnect between Wylie and the listener; her music has a common you-and-me-we're-in-this-together feel." - Elmira Independent "Wylie carves out a space which is big enough for anyone who enjoys honest, no-frills music to come check out. This self-proclaimed "tiny white girl" has a big future ahead." - Daily Graphic "Her clear, powerful vocals coupled with her cheeky, light-hearted lyrics shine...Wylie's lyrical style can be described as witty and even borderline irreverent...possesses an unmistakable indie charm" - The Varsity "Solidly written and produced debut...Wylie's stylish and entertaining delivery make each song strong." - The Uniter "The members in the band have a keen ear in music, playing with a strong yet subtle chemistry...I'll go as far as saying if anyone listens to this album he or she will find a track that connects with him or her. There's that much variety in the songwriting and melodies." - The Imprint Dana Wylie's wit and wisdom continue to dazzle audiences across three continents, and shine through on song after song of her band's new release, "The Unruly Ones". Dana's song-writing and passionate yet precise vocal stylings continue to evolve, as she reveals yet more colours of her musical palette. The past year has seen the Saskatchewan-born singer/songwriter return to her roots, touring extensively in Western Canada for the first time since forming the Dana Wylie Band in Taiwan in 2004. The band's debut album "Almost There", recorded in the UK in 2006, is currently receiving play on 40+ radio stations across the country and has made folk/roots and jazz charts on several university stations. From Forget, SK to Terrace, BC the band has, as always, been covering great distances. Their 9000 km, twenty-date Fall 2007 tour of Alberta and British Columbia took them through some spectacular territory and landed them in Edmonton, AB where, with the help of some of the city's finest musicians (namely Cam Neufeld, Jason Kodie, Mike Sadava, and Scott Cook), they recorded "The Unruly Ones", their second release on the eponymous Tiny White Girl Records. Although Dana's piano playing remains central to the band's sound, "The Unruly Ones" puts more emphasis on her guitar-based compositions, reflecting the fact that, for a travelling musician, guitar is a much more handy writing tool than piano. On drums, harmonicas, guitar, and vocals, Jeremy Hellard remains Dana's primary accompanist and partner-in-crime. Nye Parsons, one of the UK's finest stand-up bassists, provides a sublime bottom end to the band's dynamic sound, giving virtuoso performances with both fingers and bow. The Dana Wylie Band show no signs of slowing down, and are currently finalizing a summer tour of Western Canada, followed by a fall UK tour, before returning to Taiwan to play a few dates and plan their first tour of Australia and New Zealand.