A benifit concert in support of www.ladybirdanimalsanctuary.com All proceeds will help animals in need in our community.
The Hamilton Aerial Group will be accompanying me during this show, featuring beautiful aerial silk routines to my music. Stay tuned, more details to follow! After my set, Jumple will be performing who are Klezmer sounding so the night will be great fun!
Hamilton Music Awards Showcase Christine Leakey: 7pm Start Sarah Beatty: 8pm Start Ariana Gillis: 9pm start
9:00PM Christine Leakey 10:00PM Fitzroy Terrors New things are happening.
this is a benefit of sorts - more to bring attention to the legal plight of musician/songwriter Danny Tate ...lots of other acts ! We will only play a few tunes , but everyone on the bill is good
Bio: Once upon a music time, a 10 month baby named Christine began to whistle. Then at 3, she sang made up songs to her dog. She took piano from a belching nun at 9, and taught herself guitar at 22.
Since then, Christine has formed bands, written hundreds of songs, appeared on radio and TV, toured, ...See Full Bio
Making plans for some live shows coming up! Stay tuned!
“We talked to Christine Leakey, a multi-disciplinary artist who counts graphic design, music, and visual art among her talents, and even has a shiny new Hamilton Music Award for Album Art, received just last month for her own album, Tapping Trees in a Trinket Box of Treasure, to show for it. She chats with CoBALT about the many creative roles she fills. You seem to take on a lot of creative roles. You wrote, produced, and did the artwork for your album Tapping Trees in a Trinket Box of Treasure. Can you talk to us about your career trajectory? And I've done conceptual and production work on some of my own music videos, too! In life, I live by the simplicity of, If I can think it then I can do it. Sort of like how Forrest Gump went out into the world fearlessly because it can't hurt to try. When I was a baby, I began to whistle tunes at 10 months old, and then at 2, I was already drawing pictures and colouring in the lines, and so when asked the question, “What do you want to be..."”
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