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Rescheduled – Rose Cousins with John Paul White
October 24, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm EDT
UPDATE MARCH 19, 2020:
NEW DATE. We have a new date for Rose Cousins’ hometown ‘BRAVADO’ album launch show! Rose will be LIVE @ the Centre on October 24, 2020! Tickets are now on sale online and by phone. All previously purchased tickets will be honoured.?
UPDATE MARCH 16, 2020:
SHOW POSTPONED. Confederation Centre of the Arts box office staff will be reaching out directly to ticket holders over the coming days. Ticket holders may also contact the box office at 902 566-1267 or 1 800 565-0287, or by email at email@example.com.
Come celebrate Rose Cousins’ latest album, ‘Bravado’, in Charlottetown’s finest listening room, the Confed Centre Mainstage, on March 21!
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The life of a singer-songwriter can be lonely, but Juno Awards-winning Islander Rose Cousins believes that it doesn’t have to be that way. When a Cousins performance ends, all those present are linked—a group of strangers who gathered for one night, moved by the same moments in her stirring songs.
The Pride of Kensington, P.E.I., Rose will release her new album world-wide on February 21. The award-winning songwriter describes the album as the sound of a heart trying to open. “It explores the complication of emotion, its irrational tendencies, and its wisdom,” she offers. “It invites us to feel the courage it takes to be vulnerable.”
Opening the show is John Paul White (The Civil Wars), who has cultivated a music career in Nashville for two decades; first as a songwriter for a major publisher, then as half of The Civil Wars (a groundbreaking duo that won four Grammy Awards before disbanding in 2012), now as a solo artist. White’s 2019 album ‘The Hurting Kind’ is a stunning album that draws on the lush, orchestrated music made in Nashville in the early 1960s.