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Gunning & Cormier Christmas – Two Shows in Charlottetown!

November 29 @ 8:00 pm - November 30 @ 4:00 pm EST
Pour House, University Avenue
Charlottetown, C1A 4L1 CA
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Sociable Entertainment & Trailside Music Cafe & Inn Present: A Gunning & Cormier Christmas Dave Gunning and J.P. Cormier will be playing TWO special Christmas shows in Charlottetown Friday, November 29th and an afternoon matinee show Saturday, November 30th. Friday, November 29th - Doors 6:30 PM with Music 8-10 PM Saturday, November 30th - Doors 1 PM with Music 2-4 PM Tickets at www.trailside.ca, Back Alley Music in Charlottetown or call our box office at 902-367-3311. The Pourhouse is located at 189 Great George St. above The Old Triangle Charlottetown. Two of the busiest solo musicians in the country, multi award winning & 2019 East Coast Music Award Winners Dave Gunning & JP Cormier are coming together to bring us a one-of-a-kind show this holiday season, A mix of new and old songs plus fan favourites these two shows are guaranteed to get you in the Christmas spirit. " I couldn't think of two better performers and songwriters for a show like this." says promoter Pat Deighan. "The playing, sweet harmonies, and humour these two bring to the stage is amazing. Get Your Tickets Before They Sell Out!

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Chris Landry and the Seasick Mommas Album Release w Fire Antlers

November 29 @ 9:00 pm - November 30 @ 2:00 am EST
Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street
Ottawa, K1S 3W4 CA
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join us at Irene's Pub on Friday, November 29 as we release our second album, Two Ninety Three! We're very excited to have Fire Antlers joining us. $10/pwyc doors @ 9pm music @ 10pm

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An Evening with Mike Celia & Running Red Lights

November 29 @ 9:00 pm - November 30 @ 12:00 am EST
Burdock, 1184 Bloor Street West
Toronto, M6H 1N2 CA
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The Burdock Presents: An evening with Mike Celia and Running Red Lights. Doors at 9 p.m., Show at 9:30 p.m. $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Advance sales close 30 minutes before doors. Running Red Lights 'Born into a space between the notes of Fleetwood Mac and the words of Sylvia Plath' Toronto based and 14 years strong. Canadian Songwriting Contest winners, top 10 finalist in the International Songwriting Contest, top 10 finalist in the Music Star Nashville Songwriting Contest, top 5 finalist in the National Slaight Music/Hidden Pony Records 'It's Your Shot' competition and a top 10 finalist in the IMSTA Songwriting Competition. Running Red Lights on a Toronto stage is a rare occasion! Limited space available! Ticket link below! www.runningredlights.com Twitter: rrlmusic Instagram: runningredlights Mike Celia After touring the globe with award winning acts Tanika Charles & Digging Roots, Mike Celia returns to his own music once again. Uplifting and emotive are the songs which speak of life and love and the struggles that come in between, sung on bed of harmonies and guitar styling's that are sure to leave you with all the feels. www.mikecelia.com Twitter: mikecelia Instagram: @cheecheelia

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Margaret Tracteur & Lucas Choi Zimbel at Grumpy’s

November 29 @ 10:00 pm - November 30 @ 1:00 am EST
Grumpy’s Bar, 1242 Bishop St
Montreal, H3G 1S6 CA
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Cockadoo! I'm headed to Grumpy's. Heard there's gonna be fine pickin' and yodeling! Margaret Tracteur (a couple of tunes with Danny Roach on the upright bass) Lucas Choi Zimbel

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12:30 pm

Pharis and Jason Romero – Workshop and Concert Fundraiser

November 30 @ 12:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
Community Arts Council of Williams Lake and Area, 90 North 4th Avenue
Williams Lake, V2G 2C6 CA
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Celebrate 50 years of Community Arts in Williams with Pharis an Jason Romero on Saturday November 30th! With the support of Pinnacle Renewable Energy and the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society... Join the Juno Award winning duo as they present an afternoon workshop on Banjos, Early Country Music and Vocal Harmonies at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre... Then take in an evening show at St. Andrews United Church. Profits from the concert performance are going towards Community Art Council's Youth Arts Initiatives, like Art in the Park, Artists in the Schools and Puddle Poetry in the Schools programs. The workshop takes place at 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Thank you to the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society for their support grant to run this workshop! Presented by Pinnacle Renewable Energy, the concert at St. Andrews begins at 7:30 pm (doors at 7 pm, concession available). Tickets are $10 for the workshop, $20 for the concert. Tickets are on sale at Open Book and via email: williamslakearts@gmail.com (e-transfer available). Thank you to our Sponsors: Pinnacle Renewable Energy, Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society and Pritchard and Co. Praise for Pharis and Jason: www.pharisandjason.com Pharis & Jason’s luscious harmonies will get followers of any faith singing their praises.” - RNR Magazine ”There’s something ancient and aching about the Romeros, a sound that feels like a reverberation from the past, even as the songs are a perfect antidote to this sped-up, modern world. Sweet Old Religion is particularly good medicine” - No Depression ”Their collaboration is fueled by an intangible magic, the rare quality that makes a critic want to leave it at, “Just turn this album on; you’ll love it.” - Folk Alley “songs worthy of being reincarnated by future generations” - Saving Country Music “the warmth and love of the music pours from your speakers.” - Twangville

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6:00 pm

Damien Robitaille, Mélisande [électrotrad], Colin Moore ? NDLP

November 30 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm EST
Jardins Gamelin, 1500 Rue Berri
Montreal, H3A 2G4 CA
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? Le Festival Noël dans le Parc est de retour pour une 26e édition ! Rendez-vous à la Place Émilie-Gamelin pour la soirée d'ouverture le 30 novembre prochain! 18H00 : Zuruba + Les Frères Zak + Carnaval Abraxas 19H00 : Damien Robitaille 20H15 : Mélisande électrotrad 21H30 : Colin Moore La soirée sera animée par Jean-Yves Lemay. Gratuit. Pour plus d'informations : https://noeldansleparc.com/programmation/

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6:30 pm

The Legendary Lula All Stars Return Home!

November 30 @ 6:30 pm - December 1 @ 2:00 am EST
Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas West
Toronto, M6K1T9 CA
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???Dance to original Toronto salsa inspired by life in right here! Created by an eclectic mix of musicians with backgrounds from all over the world creating a cross-cultural musical collaboration that is as vibrant as Toronto itself! Lula All Stars is led by pianist Sean Bellaviti and percussionist Luis Orbegoso. ?Admission: $59 dinner & show prix fixe or $20 at the door. ?? BOOK your dinner/bottle service table in advance, this show will sell out! ?? 416 588 0307 or info@lula.ca More INFO: http://bit.ly/2NKMQXQ ???Take the complimentary dance lesson with at 9 pm with Dance To Live Inc. & practice your new moves with the band at 10:15 pm! It's beginners & big group friendly and a perfect party starter! DJ Santiago Valasquez will be spinning a dance floor-friendly mix of salsa, merengue, bachata and top 40. Lula All Stars Features: Sean Bellaviti Luis Orbegoso Andres Magno Jairo Acuña PablosKy Rosales Yoser Rodriguez Jorge Maza John Pittman Christian Overton Adis Rodriguez Galindo Ricardo Barboza Yosvani Castañeda

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7:00 pm

Ennis Sisters Christmas / Belle Plaine

November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm EST
Bow Valley Music Club, Strathcona Community Centre, 277 Strathcona Drive S.W.
Calgary, T3H 2A4 CA
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The Ennis Sisters (NF) The Juno Award winning The Ennis Sisters deliver one of the finest family Christmas shows in the country. Maureen, Karen and Teresa combine original songs, holiday classics, humorous recitations and Irish step-dancing to create an exciting evening that will ignite your true holiday spirit. Their tightly-woven harmonies produce a sound that only siblings can achieve. The multi-award-winners move audiences with their hilarious sisterly banter and their poignant seasonal sentiments. This show has become a Christmas tradition you won’t want to miss! Belle Plaine (SK) Plaine is a singer, a songwriter, and an inventive musician raised on the Canadian prairies. The ingenuity, lonesome yearning and collaborative work ethic of country life have infiltrated her songwriting, sound and methods. Belle’s reverence for artists who defy categorization has led her to create a brand of roots music that combines vintage blues and swing of the 1940s with classic Grand Ole Opry country. “If Patsy Cline and Blossom Dearie had a love child she would sing like Belle Plaine.” Kelly Jo Burke, CBC

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Old Man Luedecke with guest Charlotte Cornfield

November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm EST
Artesian, 2627 13th Avenue
Regina, S4T 1N2 CA
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The Artesian is pleased to welcome Old Man Luedecke back to the stage to celebrate the release of his brand new album "Easy Money"! Joining him for this show will be rising Canadian folk music star Charlotte Cornfield Show Details: Old Man Luedecke with guest Charlotte Cornfield Date: Saturday, November 30th, 2019 Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM Tickets: $20.00 in advance online or at Paper Umbrella - 2724 13th Avenue, $26.00 at the door The Artesian is wheelchair accessible, all-ages, and a proud supporter of positive spaces initiatives with a zero-tolerance policy towards hate, harassment, and/or discrimination. We reserve the right to remove any patron creating an unsafe environment. The accessible entrance is available via a lift, Please ask staff for help if necessary. About Old Man Luedecke and his new album "Easy Money": Old Man Luedecke is the recording and performing name of Christopher Luedecke, 2-time JUNO and multi East Coast Music award-winner, and Polaris Music Prize nominee from Chester, Nova Scotia. Since 2004 he has travelled the world playing festivals, theatres and clubs. He delights his audiences with his heartfelt command of the stage. Plus, his inspired banjo playing and wry storytelling cut to the heart of normal/extraordinary experience itself. Born and raised in Toronto, Luedecke followed Thoreauvian and romantic notions to Canada's Yukon where he fell in love and started composing folk songs with a banjo. Since 2005, he has lived rurally on the south shore of Nova Scotia in Canada's music-rich Maritime provinces. He has had major appearances at Canadian, Australian and UK festivals and has performed with the likes of Feist, Bahamas, Tim O'Brien, and Rose Cousins. He has built a name and a following that has been uncompromisingly unique and is now firmly established in the top echelon of Canadian folk artists. As the Vancouver Folk Festival says, "He is a musical singularity to be savoured and shared." Easy Money picks up where Old Man Luedecke's award-winning, and most successful release to date, Domestic Eccentric (2015), leaves off; four years farther down the road, dreaming about his ship coming in, still a parent but now grappling with the newness of middle age, dad jokes, love for an abiding partner, the death of a parent, along with some calypso-feeling local Nova Scotia history thrown in for good measure. Composition and recording were both begun at the Banff Centre's songwriter-in-residence program. It was there that Luedecke met the album's producer Howard Bilerman of Montreal's famed Hotel2Tango studio where the album was eventually recorded. The ten new original compositions and two covers run a modern storytelling line from the fifties folk and calypso boom into the everyday of tangible middle life. Guest appearances by long-time collaborator and Grammy award-winning Tim O'Brien, Afie Jurvanen of Bahamas, and Fats Kaplin (Jack White, John Prine) add piquant accents to the impeccable playing of Luedecke and a crack Montreal studio band of Mike O'Brien, Joshua Toal, and Jamie Thompson. Easy Money begins with three upbeat incantations of what is surely the beginnings of a mid-life crisis (“Dad Jokes”? “Wakeup Call”, come on!) then moves to 2 songs musing about death; both inspired in part and in different ways, by the passing of Luedecke's father, the passing of Leonard Cohen, and current politics and the death of truth. There are two island-themed numbers that imagine a laid-back life in the local un-tropical paradise of the Canadian Maritimes. Then comes a country song with killer fiddling and harmony singing by Tim O'Brien, a dance number of frightful worry, and then a cover of Nana Mouskouri's French-language cover of Bob Dylan's topical apocalyptic plaint, "Hard Rain's Gonna Fall". This is followed by a traditional sea shanty about a mermaid and a shipwreck. The album closer, "'I Skipped a Stone", is the most beautiful song about hoping your wife will pick up the phone. The song is made all the sweeter by the special appearance of Bahamas' playing and singing, to close out Luedecke's sixth full-length studio album. About Charlotte Cornfield: “You free yourself when you take away the script,” says Toronto songwriter Charlotte Cornfield. “That’s where this record came from, dismantling patterns and embracing the process.” Cornfield’s third full length, The Shape of Your Name, came out on April 5, 2019 via Outside Music imprint Next Door Records. The critically acclaimed album, which was long listed for the 2019 Polaris Prize, has a more honed studio sound than her scrappier 2016 release Future Snowbird, and for good reason: it was recorded in 5 different sessions over the course of 3 years. The songs are her strongest and most striking to date - contemplative and contemporary, funny and heart-wrenching - and they’ve got that stuck-in-your-head-for-days quality that Cornfield is known for. The Shape of Your Name features a star-studded cast of collaborators including (but not limited to) Grammy-winning engineer Shawn Everett, Broken Social Scene members Brendan Canning, Kevin Drew and Charles Spearin, and Montreal songwriter Leif Vollebekk.

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Wonderlove Tour & Celebration – Brantford, Ontario

November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Hope Christian Reformed Church, 64 buchanan cres
Brantford, N3P 2A5 CA
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Jeremy Benjamin performed over 150 solo concerts in churches and schools across Canada, and at each stop gathered the audience together to sing the chorus of his song "I Am Not My Own". The tour raised over $500,000 for charities and Jeremy ended up recording over 20,000 voices on the powerful worship song that closes his forthcoming album, Wonderlove, being released on October 4th 2019 in Canada on True North Records. We are thrilled to announce that we are kicking off the album release by returning to share with you the recorded track of YOUR voices and VIDEO of all of these people. Even if you weren't there the first time, you are more than welcome to join us! Hope to see you there!

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7:30 pm

Sultan of String Christmas Caravan with Special Guest Rebecca Campbell

November 30 @ 7:30 pm EST
Festival Place, 100 Festival Way
Sherwood Park, T8A 5T2 CA
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Celebrate the season with an adventurous musical trip around the world! 3X JUNO award nominees Sultans of String deliver an exuberant performance featuring band originals, world-music inspired classics and seasonal favorites to warm your heart on a cold winter's night. From fiery fiddle tunes to a Caribbean sleigh ride, this surprising and delightful holiday fiesta heats up when they bring their signature sound to well known gems such as "Jesu", a djembe-driven "Little Drummer Boy", a Gypsy-jazz inspired "Django Christmas" and a Rumba Flamenca-fuelled "Jingle Bells". Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Thu, 27 Jun 2019 at 10:00 AM

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8:00 pm

Mairi Rankin & Eric Wright in Vancouver

November 30 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm PST
St. James Hall, 3214 W. 10th Ave.
Vancouver, British Columbia V6K 2L2 Canada
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$24

Mairi Rankin is a legend on the Canadian music scene – she plays fiddle, sings and also step-dances up a storm. Born in Mabou, Nova Scotia, Mairi has been influenced by some of the best Cape Breton traditional musicians and instructors on the island. She has developed her own unique style by being immersed in such a rich musical culture. She has toured nationally and internationally as a solo artist, a sideman and is a member of the Cape Breton Celtic super group Beolach. She has performed with the Rankin Sisters, Unusual Suspects and Bruce Guthro to name but a few. Mairi has recorded one solo album, two CDs with Beolach and has been featured on numerous compilations and recordings. Eric Wright, cellist of The Fretless fame, joins Mairi in an inspired pairing. The duo has been collaborating on several music projects. Eric Wright picked up the cello at age 7, and began his musical career as a classically trained musician. By 13, he was teaching group and private lessons in Vermont, while playing in numerous chamber groups and orchestras. While he loved classical music, his father’s background in Irish and Old Time American fiddling was what really drew him in. Eric attended the Berklee College of Music where he studied folk styles and graduated Magna Cum Laude as a Professional Music major, focusing on Irish Cello Performance. Eric has since joined forces with the multi-award winning group, The Fretless, a contemporary traditional fusion group, and has been touring all over Canada, the US, and Europe ever since. When not on tour with the Fretless, Eric is the Celtic/Old Time cello, guitar, and banjo teacher at many music camps.

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Denise Valle

November 30 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm EST
The Bassment, 202 4th Avenue North
Saskatoon, S7K 0K1 CA
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Soulful songstress Denise Valle fuses the hypnotic warmth of R&B with the insatiability of pop. With love as her subject and soul as her sound, Denise’s lyrical narratives are met by a raw vocal wave; her voice is passionate, enlightened, and ethereal. Having been a hit at Ness Creek Festival, Jazz Fest, and opening slots for Boney M, Denise returns to the Bassment backed up by Patrick Whelan (guitar), Fintan Quinn (keys), Cas Bitner (bass) Kelly Bitner (drums). Sponsored by David’s Distinctive Men’s Apparel

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8:30 pm

Leahy

November 30 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm EST
Hugh’s Room Live, 2261 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, Ontario

Saturday, November 30, 2019 | 8:30pm Leahy $30 Advance / $35 Door Over the course of their notable career, Canadian group Leahy has secured a place as one of the country’s most highly regarded progressive folk-roots bands.  Their emergence on the Canadian music scene in the late 1990’s with their chart-topping instrumental single “Call to Dance”, introduced audiences to a new way of accessing a uniquely Canadian music genre.  The “Leahy sound” – a combination of strong stride piano, unique bass guitar and drumming styles along with driving rhythm guitar – was the foundation from which wildly talented fiddle led instrumentals and vocals were launched to mainstream music listeners.  Leahy would go on to win three Juno awards and receive countless accolades for their dynamic and powerful performances. To date Leahy has sold more than half a million albums worldwide. They have been featured in three PBS television specials – Leahy Live in Concert, Gael Force (with the Chieftains), and Leahy Live from Gatineau, Quebec – and are the subject of an Academy Award winning documentary, The Leahys: Music Most of All.  As well as touring extensively throughout Canada, the USA and Europe in support of three acclaimed records – Leahy, Lakefield, and In All Things – the band had the enviable opportunity of opening for fellow Canadian, Shania Twain, throughout the USA, Canada and the UK on her record-breaking Come On Over tour. Since early 2017 Leahy has been back in the studio recording new music.  The focus is on songs and the band’s original songwriting and instrumental compositions.  The result is a wide-ranging collection that reflects the individual personalities that make up Leahy.  Built on their roots and the distinctive “Leahy sound”, their new material reveals the band’s drive to continue pushing beyond its traditional footings.  It’s a powerful record that delivers a sumptuous feast of solid music, pulse-raising rhythms, compelling storytelling and infectious melodies. On the edge of a new chapter in their career, some things don’t change – the experience.  An encounter with Leahy is inimitable. Performances are full of energy, big rich sound, poignant songs, fiery instrumentals and percussive step-dancing – all delivered with unapologetic passion! In one word – unforgettable.   * Advertised pricing excludes taxes and fees

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9:00 pm

Ol’ Savannah w/ Birdie Whyte

November 30 @ 9:00 pm - December 1 @ 12:00 am EST
Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street
Ottawa, K1S 3W4 CA
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Ol' Savannah with opener Birdie Whyte live at Irene's Pub in Ottawa! Saturday, November 30 - Door at 9pm, $10 www.olsavannah.bandcamp.com www.birdiewhyte.com More about Ol' Savannah: Ol' Savannah are a Montreal-based folk/roots band founded by Speedy Johnson and Bartleby J. Budde. The two began writing songs together in 2009, highly influenced by blues artists, such as Mississippi Fed McDowell and John Hurt. Ol' Savannah have released five full-length albums and an EP: Ol' Savannah (2011), Underneath the Old Red Barn (2012), Death on the Mountain (2013), Burden (2017), Hobo EP (2018), and Fill My Cup at De Melkbus: Live in Dordrecht, Netherlands (2018). Ol' Savannah's style has been compared to a mix of Tom Waits, Roscoe Holcomb, Muddy Waters, and The Pogues. Ol' Savannah have made multiple appearances on Halifax, Nova Scotia's waterfront as part of the Halifax International Busker Festival (2010 & 2011). In Quebec, the group participated in Festival Fringe in Montreal and Chicoutimi in 2012, and they played Festival International de Folk Sale in June of 2013 in Ste-Rose-du-Nord. In June 2015, the band performed at the Montreal Folk Festival on the Canal. And, in May 2016, the group played Paddlefest in St-Andrews, New Brunswick. In October 2017, Ol' Savannah accepted an invitation to perform at Festival Le Grand Soufflet in Brittany, France, and followed that with a six-week tour in western Europe, which took the group to Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy, as well as France. Ol' Savannah have also recently completed their second European tour in May-June 2018, which included Labadoux Festival (Ingelmunster, Belgium), Southwell Folk Festival (Southwell, United Kingdom), and Muddy Roots Europe Festival (Waardaame, Belgium). From 2013-2017 and in 2019, Cult MTL readers voted Ol' Savannah into the "Best Country/Folk Act" category in the annual "Best of Montreal" survey. In 2018, the Ol' Savannah Hobo EP was nominated for Folk EP of the Year by GAMIQ, the independent music awards in Quebec, Canada.

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9:30 pm

Jerry Leger & The Situation live in Montreal w/ Li’l Andy!

November 30 @ 9:30 pm - December 1 @ 12:30 am EST
Quai des Brumes, 4481 Saint-Denis
Montreal, H2J 2L2 CA
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Jerry Leger & The Situation live in Montreal celebrating the release of 'Time Out For Tomorrow' Doors 9:30pm / $10. Very special guest Li'l Andy. JERRY LEGER & THE SITUATION "Jerry Leger has that spark in him that all the great songwriters have. He's the real deal." - Ron Sexsmith "Time Out for Tomorrow has the compelling stories and great energy that I've come to rely on from this talented and prolific songwriter. Take the time to listen to Jerry Leger!" - Doug Paisley "One of the best Canadian songwriters." - ROLLING STONE "Time Out For Tomorrow is the upcoming album by Jerry Leger and the 3rd in a row that I've had the pleasure of producing. In my opinion it's the most precise example of his craft and vision so far. It's lean, mean and a beautiful collection of songs and sounds." - Michael Timmins, producer of Time Out For Tomorrow and founding member of Cowboy Junkies. Time Out For Tomorrow continues Jerry Leger’s run of consistently high output and displays the finely honed artistic vision that has been evident since 2005 when, at age 19, he released the first of nine studio albums, along with three more with his side projects The Del-Fi’s and The Bop-Fi’s. It’s added up to a body of work that was recently celebrated with the European-only compilation Too Broke To Die, aimed at Leger’s growing fan base in Britain and the EU. Most of those listeners didn’t discover Leger until his 2014 album Early Riser, his first with Michael Timmins of Cowboy Junkies handling production duties, as well as the first to be released on the Junkies’ label, Latent Recordings. The combination of Timmins’ capture-the-moment production aesthetic and the Rolling Thunder-esque chemistry of Leger’s longtime band The Situation (plus a few special guests) now appears unbeatable. And although Time Out For Tomorrow may not be as expansive as Leger’s previous Timmins-produced effort, the acclaimed 2017 double album Nonsense And Heartache, its more concentrated dose of everything Leger does best is just as potent. Songwriters such as Ron Sexsmith, Doug Paisley and outlets such as Rolling Stone, PopMatters and the Toronto Star have sung Leger’s praises. He’s also shared stages with The Sadies, Justin Townes Earle, Deer Tick, Tift Merritt, Dawes, and others. Leger also recently played the small but mighty Take Root Fest in Groningen, alongside Father John Misty, Kurt Vile, Neko Case, Shakey Graves, Alejandro Escovedo and more. https://youtu.be/7isuhzkF5Gc

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