Date: Sunday 20 October 2019
Sunday, October 20th, 2019, at 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Suggested donation (100% goes directly to the artists): $20-$25 per person
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org 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!
Well we were a bit late getting started in 2019, but we had a great start with Campbell Woods and Leah Morise! Thanks to everyone who attended, everyone on stage had a great time, and I know you did too!
For our second concert of 2019, we will be bring our friend Kerri Ough back to the House of Harmony. Kerri was here last with her band The Good Lovelies a few years ago, and she has a new solo project that we are super excited to share with you. Kerri will be joined onstage by Christine Bougie, one of this country’s best guitarists and lap steel players. WE have seen Christine perform over the years with several of our favourite acts (even the Good Lovelies, if you have their Live at The Revolution album, you have heard her too!). This is going to be a great show, and we cant wait to see you here!
One thing, please make note of the fact this show in on SUNDAY, October 20th, not a Saturday as our shows usually are. We know it is a school night, but it is gonna be worth it.
As always, please make sure to drop us a line at email@example.com even if you’ve been before, just so we know how many to expect and have enough food and refreshments for everyone. If you haven’t been before, definitely drop us a line, cause we will email our address and directions to you so you know how to get here!!
Kerri Ough is a writer and musician, most known for being 1/3 of the band Good Lovelies who have spent the last 13 years touring around the world and releasing eight albums in that time. Kerri’s most recent project is her debut solo album, One Day Soon, that was released Feb 2019 and which she toured in the East Coast of Canada opening for Royal Wood. About her album One Day Soon: “Anchored by an airy, intimate take on pop-tinged folk, the album is ripe with compelling foils – sometimes somber, sometimes sweet; sometimes wistful, others whimsical.”
Christine is an accomplished guitarist with one main guitar. She’s also an in-demand lap steel player with one go-to lap steel. Yet while her approach to instruments is admittedly minimalistic, her approach to instrumentation – be it the lush soundscapes of her solo output or the aural textures she adds to the work of a myriad of well-known artists – is quite the opposite.As a solo artist and composer, Bougie has released four albums of instrumental music. In August 2019, she released Love Songs with the Queer Songbook Orchestra on 7” vinyl, which features two of her lap steel compositions, backed by a 10 piece chamber orchestra.