WATCH VIDEO FROM THE BIG BELLY, SMALL GUITAR SHOW!
Performing one last time before she takes a hiatus from the stage to have a baby this July, Carrie will be joined by a talented trio, including HAL SCHRENK on percussion and SOREN NISSEN on bass. Catch the last Hayloft show for awhile!
Thurs, June 17
Doors 7pm, Show at 7:30pm
401 27th Street West, Saskatoon
Please bring your own refreshments
and (if you choose) an appetizer to share!
Tickets: $18 ONLINE ADVANCE TICKETS / $20 door
CHRISTA ROBINSON(oboe, french horn) will perform an opening set and during the show
JACOB SEMKO will present new artwork, courtesy of Rouge Gallery
NEW SONGS from the upcoming album produced by Colin Linden to be released fall 2010, never before performed live!
PRE-PURCHASE the new album and receive a FREE DOWNLOAD OF "ROCKABYE" at the show
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
DEJA VU SALON (Broadway)
SHANNON BRUNNER PHOTOGRAPHY
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
We're really excited to have Juno nominee (2006 AND 2008) Elizabeth Shephard back in Saskatoon after she performed at the Sask Jazz Festival a couple years ago. She's totally amazing, and the first jazz artist to grace the stage of the Hayloft. Listen to her website and hear more about her below!
Tues, June 1
Doors 7pm, Show 7:30
401 27th Street West
Please bring your own refreshments and (if you choose) an appetizer to share.
GET TICKETS HERE ($20)
SPECIAL GUEST! We'll have Amy Jo Ehman at the concert, reading from her new book Prairie Feast: A Writer's Journey Home for Dinner. At the concert, we'll feature food from Amy Jo's book and celebrate eating locally!
Click here for more information about Amy Jo's book
OR VISIT AMY JO'S BLOG
MORE INFORMATION ON ELIZABETH SHEPHERD
Elizabeth Shepherd is among Canada's most promising young talents and she has the widespread critical acclaim to prove it. The rave reviews for her first two studio albums as well as sold-out performances at prestigious venues like Tokyo's Cotton Club, London's Jazz Café and the Hollywood Bowl have been extremely gratifying for Shepherd, but the Toronto-based singer/songwriter/pianist has never been content to rest on past achievements. Shepherd's debut Start To Move (2006) and follow-up Parkdale (2008) were both JUNO nominated and described as "pushing the boundaries of jazz". With the release of her stunning third album Heavy Falls the Night, she pushes well past those boundaries to carve out her own niche of smart, sophisticated and adventurous music.