Sarah McInnis Bateman/Carr Gallery
Thursday July 26, 2018  7pm - 9:30pm (2 Hours 30 Minutes)
Ticket giveaway ended on Jul 17

Doors Open at 6:30am

In the cozy setting of the Bateman/Carr Gallery, Sarah McInnis will share with you her original songs, and the stories of how they came to be. Described by Juno-nominated songwriter Craig Cardiff as a "songwriter who needs to be seen", Sarah is sure to fill your ears and hearts with music that speaks to the truest form of the songwriting craft.


"Singer/songwriter Sarah McInnis, of Peterborough, Ontario, is a masterful storyteller. Her songs, though lyrically personal, offer an authentic voice to our universal story of the human experience. With warm vocals and guitar in hand, McInnis transforms every stage into an intimate venue.

In 2016, James McKenty produced her debut EP,
Farmer, Coal Miner. With its exploration of family, place, loss and what holds us together, the album illustrates McInnis's skill as she weaves seven thought-provoking tracks. She has shared the stage with notable Canadian musicians Mathias Kom (of the Burning Hell) and Craig Cardiff, and has worked locally on independent music projects in Peterborough, Ontario and Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where she currently resides. This year sees McInnis recording a duet album with band mate and fellow songwriter, Jesse Carlson.

Sarah McInnis's music is one of confessional candor. Her writing connects our large stories to her own pocket-sized vignettes, allowing each of us to expand our hearts alongside; her stories are our stories too."

$15 cover

To reserve seats in advance please contact:

Bateman Carr Studio (902) 582-3309 299 Woodside Road Canning, Nova Scotia B0P1H0