Date: Sunday 02 April 2017
Despite what the calendar and countdown for this website says, this event is indeed in the 1st of April!! There is an issue with the site that causes anything on the 1st of a month to not show up.
Saturday April 1, 2017, at 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Suggested donation (100% goes directly to the artists): $15-$20 per person
Please email email@example.com to RSVP. We can then keep track of how many people to expect, and send you our address so you can find us for the show!
WOW! Can you believe it’s already time to start our fourth season of house concerts!! Time just goes by so fast. We’ve had quite the year in 2016, and I can’t think of a better way to rev up our 2017 than this fine pair of musicians. We have been fans for years, and if you don’t already happen to be one, we are confident that after this show you too will count yourselves among them.
Jory Nash is an award-winning singer-songwriter and storyteller who blends elements of folk, jazz, blues, pop & soul into an original stew of sound. He has recorded 8 critically acclaimed albums. the most recent being his Spring 2015 release The Many Hats of Jory Nash. In 2013 his album Little Pilgrim was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award (CFMA) for Best Producer. His 2009 album New Blue Day was named Penguin Eggs Magazine Critic’s Choice Album of the Year. Jory Nash also received a CFMA nomination for New Blue Day. He is also a previous winner of the OCFF Songs From The Heart Award for his song “When I Walk Out”.
Jory Nash is a past Artistic Director of the Shelter Valley Folk Festival, and is the co-founder of an annual large scale, multi-artist concert celebrating the music of Gordon Lightfoot. The January 2016 concerts will be the 14th year of presentation.
Jory Nash plays acoustic guitar, piano and banjo and his warm, unique voice urges you to listen to his thoughtful lyrics and intricate melodies. Jory Nash is regularly heard on numerous CBC Radio programs, SiriusXM, BBC, Galaxie, and college/NPR stations across North America. Jory Nash is a featured artist on the new CBC/SiriusXM channel SONICA.
Jory Nash tours regularly across Canada and the United States playing folk festivals, house concerts, folk clubs and soft seat theatres. Festival appearances include Summerfolk, Mariposa, Home County, Stewart Park, Eaglewood, Shelter Valley, Hillside, Blue Skies, Live From The Rock, Winterfolk and more. He has also several times been a featured performer in the Home Routes house concert series.
Jory Nash songs have been used in the feature length movie Moon Point and the upcoming feature length documentary 30 Ghosts. Multiple Jory Nash songs have been covered by Juno-nominated jazz singer Lori Cullen.
Jory Nash has been chosen to officially showcase at numerous industry conference, in Folk Alliance International, the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance and Ontario Contact.
Jory Nash has a hat collection that numbers in the hundreds and he is also a long-suffering fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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Born into the Icelandic community in Manitoba, Canada, Lindy Vopnfjörd started his music career early. Singing traditional Icelandic songs with his family, both the cultural heritage and musician parents shaped the intuitive artist. By age four, Lindy was already pronouncing his stand and care for the world as an Icelandic-Canadian folk artist by singing cautionary songs about nuclear war. Traveling around with his mom and dad and extended family in a bus, he developed an appreciation for performing as a form of sharing. Touring comes naturally to Lindy, and to see him live is to witness years of honest delivery and authentic exchange with a talent who is as dedicated to a room of three as he is to a stadium-full. Lindy has performed five albums’ worth of originals that have mesmerized, delighted and moved audiences from house parties and bars to embassies, theatre halls with Canada’s Whitehorse, and large festivals, such as Montreal’s Osheaga, Reykjavik Folk Festival, and The Greenbelt Harvest Picnic.
Links and Media
L’ance Aux Meadows (live)
Melting (Official Video for 1st single on new album “Frozen in Time” – Oct 31, 2016)
STREAM LINDY’S NEW ALBUM: