We’re excited to share our brand new video for “I Got A Heart” with you, from our most recent studio release “From The Headache To The Heartache”

We’re very grateful for all the support we receive from all of you, with special thanks to NoQuestionWho as well as Luc & Robyn Hebert for being the cutest and most helpful couple in all of Edmonton.

Please like it & share it.
If you love it, please consider picking up a copy of the album.
Every little bit helps!

Hey-hey! We’ve got a brand new music video coming around the bend that you’ll be able to see on FRIDAY. If you haven’t subscribed to the YouTube channel yet, I encourage you to do so. (https://www.youtube.com/c/confusionaires)

We’ve still got a very small handful of LPs and CDs of ‘From The Headache To The Heartache” available through our bandcamp (https://confusionaires.bandcamp.com/album/from-the-headache-to-the-heartache-2020) store, and songs are streaming and downloading from whichever your favorite music streaming service might be.

Some safety-conscious live shows on the horizon… things are lookin’ up.

Hey all! Just an update to let you all know that our new VIDEO RELEASE is a week away, at which point we’ll be pushing for all the likes & shares. We’ve ALSO got a Halloween show booked at The Aviary in Edmonton – And it’s a tribute set to Link Wray & The Wraymen PLUS some more sets of our original songs and other cover tunes. Should be a wild time.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/247664776553658/

There’s more excitement coming, too!

Rest assured that all the events we’re aligning ourselves with meet the health & safety requirements set out by the province, and keeping our patrons and show-goers safe is not something we take lightly!

Hiya folks,

In what seems like some sort of crazy surreal dream, we’ve been slated to perform at the BADAS BBRF Festival.

The story goes that in it’s infancy, The Beaumont Blues & Roots Festival once took place at a more quaint location in Beaumont, AB on the Labour Day Long Weekend each year to a select few hundred loyal party goers. Now, due to COVID-19 and fitting with AHS regulations, the Beaumont Blues Festival will be returning to it’s original grounds, on it’s original date, and The Confusionaires (as well as several other great performers from this region including Jr. Gone Wild, Punchdrunk Cabaret, The Prairie States, Stephanie Harpe Experience, and RadioActive) will be performing.

200 people capacity, with online streaming for everyone else.
Tickets go on sale at bbrf.ca on August 22nd.

Hope to see you there.

We had a sweet, in person, socially distant, cosmically aligned visit with the 3 of us last night and we brain stormed up some sweet ideas on how to rock & roll our way through pandemia. This was our first IRL visit since our last show in Medicine Hat.

There are really cool things on the horizon that we are really looking forward to sharing with you all.

Hey all – quick note. Aldora Records in Britain has included us in a compilation named for our song “Many Miles to Go” and do a little chatting about it in this digital publication. See it here: bit.ly/AldoraBritainRecordsIssue23

Hey all,

If you’re missing booze & band merch, the fine folks at 9910 (99ten.ca) are launching this crazy brand new program to get you outfitted with both, just in time for (home) patio season.

They’ve got Confusionaires T-shirts & LPs, and a pile of other great bands’ merchandise as well, and are itchin’ to deliver.

This is unprecedented support for the local arts community, and we are eternally thankful to be a part of it.

Hey All,

Just a note to let you all know that TODAY, and TODAY ONLY, the folks who run bandcamp(dot)com have seen fit to waive their artist fees.

That means that anything purchased through bandcamp results in 100% of your money going to the artist you’re buying from. This is a great support to your arts community.

Should you see fit, please visit OUR bandcamp site, and grab some digital or physical copies:



Hey all,

Just a message to touch base. Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe in the midst of these very strange times we’re living in. We are safe, and doing well. Staying focused on composing new material and hoping to share it with you before too long.

We appreciate the sacrifices you are making for you families and communities, and we look forward to gettin’ on down with all of you as soon as we can rebook the myriad of postponed shows in our calendar.

Much love,