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7:00 pm

Warm and Toasty: a choir cozy

December 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm EST
Rickshaw Theatre, 254 E. Hastings
Vancouver, V6A 1P1 CA
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This event takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded Indigenous territories of the wm??kw?y??m (Musqueam), s?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish), and sel?íl?witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations. Join the Kingsgate Chorus and ESCHOIR for a winter's evening of rock 'n' roll covers! Proceeds benefit local DTES charities and services. About this Event The East Van Choir Collective invites you to jam out with us and support local Downtown Eastside charities at our annual holiday show. Proceeds will benefit Options for Sexual Health and Raincity Peer Workers. Doors at 7pm, choirs at 8pm (sharp!) The Kingsgate Chorus and ESCHOIR will bring their latest choral covers of your favourite (or soon to be favourite) rock/pop/folk/indie bands while DJ Pancakes will help us dance the night away. Our renowned raffle returns with prizes and more! Be sure to bring new toques, gloves and socks to trade for an arm-ful of raffle tickets (and to be donated to Insite). Don’t forget some extra cash for extra raffle tickets! Accessibility information upcoming! Visit rickshawtheatre.com for full listings

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7:30 pm

The Barra MacNeils | Live in Ottawa

December 12, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts, 1 Elgin Street
Ottawa, K1P 5W1 CA
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THE BARRA MacNEILS - An East Coast Christmas Buy online: http://bit.ly/2muWAtV Or call: 1-888-991-2787 The Barra MacNeils - An East Coast Christmas is a musical potpourri of traditional MacNeil family favourites gleaned from Christmas ceilidhs, midnight masses and the general festive frolic that accompanies each holiday season. With their captivating vocals, distinctive harmonies and extraordinary musicianship, The Barra MacNeils inject new life and energy into the sights and sounds of Christmas, prompting the Halifax Daily News to describe them as “a treasure of the East Coast, rich with tradition and unmatched in ensemble performance”; and the Globe & Mail to name the recording on which this tour is based “one of the best five Christmas albums of all time!” The five MacNeil siblings - Lucy, Boyd, Stewart, Kyle and Sheumas - combine on a vast array of instruments including accordian, guitar, piano, fiddle, bodhran, mandolin, banjo, Celtic harp, tin whistles, bouzouki, flute … all underpinned by the nimble-fingered Jamie Gatti on bass. The result is a sound that is unmistakably The Barra MacNeils, one moment a rousing chorus, then a hauntingly beautiful Gaelic ballad, the next a flurry of foot-stomping instrumentals, which of course pulls one then another into a step-dancing revelry. For a delightful seasonal celebration, don’t miss An East Coast Christmas with The Barra MacNeils! Reserved seating tickets for The Barra MacNeils - An East Coast Christmas are $57.50 (HST and local facility charges included), go on sale Friday, September 27th.

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8:00 pm

Jeffery Straker’s A Very Prairie Christmas

December 12, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm EST
The Bassment, 202 4th Avenue North
Saskatoon, S7K 0K1 CA
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Award winning singer-songwriter and pianist Jeffery Straker performs over 100 shows across Canada, Europe and Latin America each year. He’s recorded for CBC Radio’s Canada Live, had a music video in the top 10 in Canada, and has had his music placed in TV, movies and theatrical productions. Jeffery returns to our stage with a holiday show featuring contemporary Christmas songs, story-telling, and maybe even an audience sing-along. Bring a friend, wear an ‘ugly’ Christmas sweater, and get into the festive spirit. Sponsored by Wilton Academy of Music NO FREE PASSES

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Hello Darlin’ presents: Donovan Woods / Abigail Lapell

December 12, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm EST
Petit Campus, 57 Prince-Arthur Est
Montreal, H2X 1B4 CA
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Donovan Woods and The Opposition Support from Abigail Lapell Thursday, December 12 Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East) Doors 7:30 p.m. - Show 8 p.m. $35 in advance / $45 at the door GET TICKETS: https://thepointofsale.com/tickets/tix191212-donovanwoods-dec-12-montreal Donovan Woods was curious: What if he re-recorded Both Ways, his acclaimed 2018 record that won him a Juno Award for contemporary roots album, and distilled its 12 songs to their bare essence? An “acoustic reimagining,” if you will. “We started from scratch,” he says, from the instrumentation to his vocals to a fresh understanding of the heartache and regret that underpinned those songs. “There are no recording elements carried over from that album. It’s all brand-new.” Woods ended up with The Other Way, his new album that brims with inspired interpretations of Both Ways that are intimate yet startling in their urgency. Released on May 3 on Meant Well, his latest release is a reminder of why the Canadian artist has become such a sought-after songwriter whose work has been recorded by Tim McGraw (“Portland, Maine”) and Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley (“Leaving Nashville”), with Spotify streams approaching nearly 90 million. You’ve always been able to hear and connect with Woods’ words. But an odd sensation washes over you when the varnish is wiped off of Woods’ songs. Somehow the lyrics burrow with even greater resonance and then linger like little smoke rings. For a producer, Woods enlisted ace guitarist Todd Lombardo, who produced Woods’ song “Portland, Maine” in 2015 and wrote and played most of the guitar parts on Kacey Musgraves’ Grammy-winning Golden Hour. Woods gave Lombardo artistic license not only to change the chords and song structures but to overhaul the arrangements with acoustic instruments and Lombardo’s luminous guitar work as the centerpiece. “I think this album draws out the pain and the darkness of these songs,” Lombardo says. “The record is about loss and failure and feeling like you fucked it up, and there’s no mistaking that. You hear every single word – and feel it, too.” Coming on the heels of “Go to Her,” Woods’ first song of 2019, The Other Way is so revelatory that it makes you wonder why he didn’t try this approach sooner. “It’s always been an interesting idea to me, especially when you’re an artist like me who inherently disappoints some people anytime your sound gets bigger,” Woods says. “But a really good song is a good song in any arrangement. It’s like a beautiful hardwood floor. You can put any furniture in there, and it’s going to look good.”

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8:30 pm

Dr. Draw

December 12, 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm EST
Hugh’s Room Live, 2261 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, Ontario

Thursday, December 12, 2019 | 8:30pm Dr. Draw and The Strange Parade $40 Advance / $45 Door * Dr. Draw is known as the first violinist to venture from rock and classical into electronic music culture. His style is difficult to describe as his history with music and culture spans an eccentric lifetime. From playing for royalty in Prague to creating near chaos at the Toronto Beaches Jazz Festival to playing luxury brand events like Chloé and Dom Pérignon, Dr. Draw inspires kudos wherever he plays. Lately, his reputation is growing eastward. Performances have included playing in Singapore, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, and a spate of Louis Vuitton events in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and South Korea. Performing in such frenetic locales energizes the performer time and time again, allowing him to repeatedly “creatively interact with cultures all across the world.” The result is a constantly evolving musical style that brings together the seemingly disparate elements of classical violin, jazz-rock fusion, folk, and pop into a riveting masala that feeds the soul and invigorates audiences. “Dr. Draw stole the show with his infectious performance of high energy, piping out a mix of classical and house musical sounds from his electric violin. The show allegedly literally brought some to tears.” – Newsweekly, Boston website: https://www.drdraw.ca youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TA6xoKpbsI8 * Advertised pricing excludes taxes and ticketing fees

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10:00 pm

Badge Époque Ensemble & André Ethier – Double Album Release Show

December 12, 2019 @ 10:00 pm - December 13, 2019 @ 2:00 am EST
Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas West
Toronto, M6K1T9 CA
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Celebrating the release of Badge Époque Ensemble "Nature, Man and Woman" and André Ethier "Croak In The Weeds" with Higher Heights DJs. $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Bad vibes not tolerated. Poster by: Dave Nardi

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