Lynn Miles is a singer-songwriter, record producer, teacher, writer, and public speaker. An acclaimed musician with 16 albums to her credit, she won the 2003 JUNO for Roots / Traditional album of the year and earned nominations in the same category for her 2006 and 2011 albums. Lynn has also been the recipient of six Canadian Folk Music Awards including three for songwriter of the year. Her song “Black Flowers” was included on Claire Lynch’s GRAMMYnominated recording and shows Lynn’s ability to write beautifully evocative songs. An incredibly prolific writer, Lynn estimates that she has written about 900 songs, although she has never done an official count. Her most recent album, TumbleWeedyWorld (2023), is filled with heartache, hope, and plenty of her signature wit. Lynn has previously played the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival in 2000 and 2012, and appeared in 2019 with Lynne Hanson as The LYNNeS.


Thursday – 1:45 p.m. St. John’s Anglican Church (45-minute Folk Steps – The Story Told in Song)
Friday – 3:30 p.m. Lunenburg Opera House (90-minute Circle – Songwriters’ Tales Lynn Miles H ,
James Keelaghan, Mo Kenney, and Carmel Mikol)
Friday – 9:20 p.m. Main Stage (40-minute set)
Saturday – 2:00 p.m. St. John’s Anglican Church (50-minute set)
Sunday – 10:00 a.m. Main Stage Tent (one song Sunday Morning Gospel Concert)
Sunday – 1:00 p.m. Lunenburg Opera House (90-minute Circle – Tale of the Travelling Minstrel
with Julian Taylor H , Lynn Miles, and Lloyd Spiegel)