Shivering Songs Presents Series of Shows in Fredericton
Fredericton, NB – August 1, 2012 – The folks at Shivering Songs will present a series of new shows in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Great Lake Swimmers will play the Wilmot United Church in Fredericton this September.28. After a much anticipated wait the band has come out with a brand new full-length album entitled New Wild Everywhere. The release, which is the band’s fifth in almost a decade is the follow-up to the band’s Polaris Music Prize shortlisted and Juno nominated 2009 album Lost Channels. Expect to hear both new and familiar tunes as Great Lake Swimmers grace the beauty of the Wilmot United Church.
Friday, September 28th
Great Lake Swimmers
The Wilmot United Church
473 King Street
Tickets: $19.49 advance(taxes/fees included) BUY NOW
Open to All Ages :: Doors: 7pm :: Show: 8pm
Charlottetown, PEI folk songstress Catherine Maclellan will play at the Cedar Cafe Sept 27. As part of the Music PEI Artist Exchange Program tour named "Maritimes To England Tour". MacLellan’s star has long been rising in North America. Voted Critics Favourite New Discovery by Penguin Eggs Magazine in 2008, Her last record Water In The Ground reached out to expand her already loyal fan base as she toured in support of legendary artists including Bruce Cockburn in the United States and Steve Forbert in the UK, while also holding her own by showcasing in Boston, Berlin, Cannes, Memphis, New York, London, and Paris.
Like the person in the room who demonstrates his or her commanding presence without announcing their arrival, Catherine MacLellan’s fine songwriting talent and accomplished performance draws her listeners in with little effort, and without need of any persuasion. Joining Catherine will be ‘The finest English-style finger-picking guitarist of his generation’, Sam Carter, for a night of unparalleled performance.
Thursday September 27th
The Cedar Tree Café
418 Queen Street
Tickets: $19.49 advance (taxes/fees included) BUY NOW
Open to All Ages: Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
Shivering Songs is throwing a party on Thursday August 23rd at The Charlotte St Arts Centre. The Fredericton-based folk festival will be hosting an outdoor summer BBQ featuring beer by Picaroons and music by Ontario musicians Daniel Romano and Bry Webb. Best of all, admission is free (Beer & BBQ can be purchased, while supplies last). The event runs from 7 - 10pm.
Daniel Romano, formerly of the band Attack In Black, will be performing material from his George Jones-esque Sleep Beneath The Willow. The talented produced, multi-instrumentalist and visual artist has earned a platinum record for his production work with City and Colour and founded You've Changed Records out of Welland, Ontario.
Bry Webb, formerly of The Constantines, will also be performing. His solo music has been nominated for a Genie Award, has appeared in the National Parks Project film series, and his voice can be heard on Feist's latest album Metals. Both artists are en route to the third annual Summer's End Folk Festival on Grand Manan August 24th-25th.
For the past two and a half years, Shivering Songs has been presenting music in various intimate locations around Fredericton both as part of their annual festival in January and through various off-season shows. The festival was founded, and is co-curated, by local chamber-folk group The Olympic Symphonium. Wife," and Darcy Fitzpatrick's "Meters."