It's a bit ironic -- an Albertan who moved to Toronto, only to then sing intimately about the Wildrose province. But for Nils Edenloff, it's a reality. The singer, born and raised in northern Alberta, moved to Toronto for music. While there Edenloff met Paul Banwatt and Amy Cole, who became drummer and keyboardist, respectively, for the Rural Alberta Advantage.
Gauntlet: So Nils, your group's name is, of course, the Rural Alberta Advantage. Now as a person from rural Alberta what is this advantage of which you speak?