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Tune in: https://www.facebook.com/CityHallLiveOnline/videos/ Donate: https://unisonfund.ca/donations/spotify About the artist: Bursting from Turtle Island (Canada) with their global blues, reggae and soul sounds––ShoShona and Raven, the beating heart of Digging Roots, breathe life into songs from their land and Indigenous Anishinabe and Onkwehonwe traditions. About the co-presenter: Futuro Libre Creative Agency envisions an inclusive, equitable future informed by resilient artistic voices around the globe. https://www.facebook.com/futurolibretoronto/Find out more »
Virtual Singing Circles for all those identifying as women Sing your griefs, gratitudes, prayers, and praises. Learn heart opening songs for the journey. Feel fortified, connected, and uplifted. Let's feel the power of our global community! Heather and Coco Love offer you a pocket full of heart medicine songs for these times. We'll dive into vocal meditation and collective prayer, mantra, heart opening songs, souldful songs, fun songs, and songs that make us want to dance! Please bring an item for the altar and a candle to light. Donations: Thank you so much for your donations. This is a tough time for many, and musicians are no exception. Heather offers a 60/40 split to her guest artists. 10% off the top donated to the Navajo Nation Covid 19 Relief Fund *Registration* Go to Eventbrite - ticket link above **The ZOOM LINK will be sent out in the initial reply emial, and then again TEN MINUTES prior to the event, TO THE EMAIL YOU USED HERE ON EVENTBRITE. It will be sent FROM EVENTBRITE. *** Please check your spam folder. CALLS WILL BE RECORDED - a replay will be sent out to all ticket holders. Upcoming Song Circles: June 8th - Coco Love Alcorn - 5:30 - 7:30 pm PDT June 15th - Kaitie Tye Warren & Karly Loveling 5:30 - 7:30 pm PDT June 22nd - Moira Smiley - 5:30 - 7:30 pm PDT About Coco Love Alcorn: Coco has a deep 27 year long career of performing at festivals, theatres and other top venues all across Canada and beyond; singing, recording, exploring, collaborating and writing in many genres of music. She has toured with a rock band, led electronic projects, got her start as a teen in jazz, fronted a 10 piece cover pop band in Vancouver, dabbled in hip-hop, country and even classical. These days she is mostly known for her own special blend of soul and folk, and her love of improvisation. Coco has also been embraced by the community choir world in recent years for her simple and singable original songs. Many of her songs have been covered by choirs, and "The River" is a true grass roots choir hit. "The River" has been sung by over 200 choirs now and has found it's way into community choirs, church choirs, song circles, yoga retreats, climate rallies, living room and campfire jam sessions. About Heather: Heather is passionate about uplifting hearts, freeing voices, transforming lives, and building strong, loving communities through the power of singing. She just released her second solo album, “Sisters of the Moon,” which features the ethereal voices of her 40 voice women’s choir, Yala Lati. Her first solo album, “Prayers for the Water,” is a ZMR Top 10 album. Not only is Heather a successful recording artist, she also spreads her magic through her 20+ years of international song circle leading, her private vocal coaching, and her online programs - The Art of Mindful Singing, Sisters in Harmony Global Song Circles ( which gather virtually on Monday nights), and Sisters in Harmony Song and Chant Leader Training . She is a part of the Specialty Class Faculty at 1440 Multiversity where she leads guests in joyous circles of song! Heather is devoted to being an integral part of the healing movement on the planet.Find out more »