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We're bringing live music back to Gore's Landing! Tragedy Ann are making a stop on their Heirlooms release tour with special guests Basset and Klaassen. Tragedy Ann and Basset, a pair of Ontario-based folk duos, are emerging from the pandemic together to facilitate intimate musical gatherings between Ontario and the Maritimes. They will be intertwining their songs to present a harmony-ridden night of storytelling, transporting listeners to beekeeper’s fields, haunted second-hand store basements, the shores of the Adriatic Sea, and to their hometown communities. Tragedy Ann and Basset's music answers the call for deeper connection with each other and with the natural world. Presenting new music recorded during a time of isolation, these concerts will be celebrations of resilience, vulnerability, and community. To learn more about these bands, visit: tragedyannmusic.com bassettheband.com Tickets: $20/PWYC (advance only, cash or etransfer) Call Scott: 905-376-3143 Doors: 6:30pm Concert: 7:00pmFind out more »
The Rogue Folk Club’s Heritage Series puts a spotlight on Indigenous artist Diyet & The Love Soldiers. This concert is in-person & live streamed. Diyet, an Indigenous singer/songwriter hailing from the Yukon, sings in both Southern Tutchone (her native language) and English. Along with the Love Soldiers, their alt-country, folk, roots and traditional sound with catchy melodies and stories are deeply rooted in Diyet’s Indigenous world view and northern life. On vocals and bass, Diyet is backed by Love Soldiers: husband and collaborator, Robert van Lieshout (acoustic guitar, drums & percussion) and JUNO Award winning producer, Bob Hamilton (electric guitar, pedal steel & mandolin). This multi-instrumental trio from the Yukon has a sound that can fill a big stage or capture an intimate room. Continuing to live with feet firmly planted in two worlds, Diyet’s adventurous and sometimes chaotic life is on full display in her music. She often says, “yesterday, fishing for our dinner on the ice, the next day, on the stage singing for you!” This concert is made possible through funding from Canadian Heritage.Find out more »