did you know Shivering Songs presents shows outside the festival?

The 10th edition of Shivering Songs Festival has come & gone and left quite an impression! The all NB born artist line-up resulted in record attendance & the Snow Dome was a huge hit! I’ve heard some people are suffering the post-festival blues and I’d like to help relieve the pain. Are you aware that Shivering Songs also presents individual shows throughout the year? In fact they have four upcoming shows and tickets are moving fast. Take a look at the shows below and pick your tickets up today.

Ben Caplan  Tuesday, February 25 at the Wilmot Church (Doors 7PM / Show 8PM)
Ben is songwriter, performer and entertainer who from the moment he walks onto the stage, fills you with his infectious spirit, and captivating presence. He is touring with a fresh batch of songs which were originally composed for a new musical play called Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story. The music from his theatre production has been turned into his third studio album, titled Old Stock which is rooted in Caplan’s resonant baritone voice, supported with the sounds of piano, accordion, organ, clarinet, saxophone, violin, drums, and the occasional banjo and acoustic guitar.

Rose Cousins with John Paul White  Friday, March 20 at the Wilmot Church (Doors 7PM / Show 8PM)
Singer songwriter from PEI based in Halifax, Rose is a natural entertainer, making us cry with both laughter and heartbreak. Seriously, she is exceptionally talented at using humour and has an “ability to convey the most internalized emotions — disappointment, grief, resolve, forbearance — without an ounce of fuss.”  You have to experience Rose in a live music setting to truly understand her brilliance. She has toured with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jann Arden and Patty Griffin. Her last album, Natural Conclusion, nominated for a Grammy in 2018 and her latest album, Bravado, to be released February 21st.

John Paul White is a singer songwriter and formerly of the Grammy Award winning duo Civil Wars. He is touring with his 2019 solo album The Hurting Kind.

Jill Barber  Friday, April 3 at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre (Doors 7PM / Show 8PM)
Singer-songwriter with an unforgettable voice which once heard is never forgotten. Jill’s repertoire spans a transformative spectrum from folk, to vocal jazz, to pop, and includes songs in both French and English. Her evocative and timeless songs have been featured in film and TV, scoring shows such as Orange Is The New Black, The L Word and Heartland. An unforgettable, enchanting performer you don’t want to miss!
And to add a twist, Jill has named this her “Dedicated to You Tour” and the show will be built from song & story submissions from people attending. Submissions can be made through her website jillbarber.com/dedicatedtoyou

Basia Bulat with Legal Vertigo  Sunday, April 19 at the Wilmot Church (Doors 7PM / Show 8PM)
Singer-songwriter living in Montreal with her 6th studio album, Are You in Love? set to release March 27th. She has brought together an intrinsic contemporary sound with a love of classic folk, country and R&B songwriting. She is more than impressive with her powerhouse voice & accomplished multi-instrumentalist, recording and performing, on electric guitar, piano, autoharp, ukulele, bass and charango.  She is three-time Polaris Music Prize finalist and nominated for three Juno Awards. Her appearance at Shivering Songs 2017 in Wilmot Church left a long lasting impression and everyone in attendance knows they should never miss an opportunity to experience her live performance.

Tickets for all shows are available online (shiveringsongs.com) or in person at the Etixnow kiosks at Graystone Brewing and Grimross Brewing

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