Tragedy Ann & Sarah McInnis
Wednesday May 29, 2019  7:30pm - 10pm (2 Hours 30 Minutes)
Ticket giveaway ended on May 22
Music Family Friendly

Doors Open at 7pm

For the first time, Tragedy Ann performs live in concert in Wolfville!

Spring Has Snoozed Tour:
May 22 - June 9, 2019, folk/singer-songwriter partner duo Tragedy Ann (Guelph, ON) - equipped with branded pillowcases and herbal tea - head East on their Spring Has Snoozed Tour. Following the release of their live video for ‘Snooze’, the pair will bring the eponymous tune, as well as others off of their Autumn 2018’s release ‘Matches’, to ON, QC, NB and NS living rooms, churches, yoga studios, parking lots, pubs, gardens and festival stages.

About Tragedy Ann:
The award-winning music of Guelph folk duo Tragedy Ann inspires chills, provokes smiles, and reminds you to breathe. With the occasional nod to alt. blues and handshake with contemporary folk-rock, Liv Cazzola and Braden Phelan intertwine the storytelling power of Tom Waits with the musical nuance of Mandolin Orange, crafting something simultaneously familiar and fresh.
Rooted in passionate vocal harmony, Tragedy Ann’s songs tackle topics from love-drunkenness to hospital visits with equal intimacy. Cazzola’s multi-instrumental menagerie and Phelan’s dynamic guitar flavours provide a lush backdrop to these powerful narratives, reminding you that you do indeed love the accordion—you just never heard it played this sweetly.

About Sarah McInnis:

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' 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.
​Sarah McInnis' 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.

Students: $10 adv & door
General admission: $10 adv / $15 door

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Bishop Hall
10032 Highway 1
Greenwich, Nova Scotia


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Bishop Hall 902-542-5310 10032 Highway 1 Greenwich, Nova Scotia B4P 2R2