Danny Michel and Jeremy Fisher MusicPresented by:Shenkman Arts CentreTwo Canadian folk stars perform in this much anticipated double-bill. Both singer-songwriter-producers are multiple-time Juno nominees. Language: EnglishDates: November 22, 2014On: Saturday, 8 pmCost: Premium $46, Regular $39, uGO $20, eyeGO $5 At: Shenkman Arts Centre 245 Centrum Boulevard Ottawa (Indoor) City Sector: East OttawaGetting There: Google MapsBy Bus: OC TranspoSTOTicket Info: http://ev7.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventInfo?ticketCode=GS%3ACP%3AS1415%3AHS1122T%3A&linkID=centrepointe&shopperContext=&pc=&caller=&appCode=&groupCode=M13&cgc=Event Info: http://shenkmanarts.ca/en/events_evenements/november_novembre_2014/danny_michel_jeremy_fisher/index.htmPhone: 613-580-2787 E-mail:
Jeremy Fisher Tickets $20Dont let the title fool you. There isnt a single sour note on The Lemon Squeeze, the latest from beloved Canadian singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher.After developing a devoted fan base through five folk-influenced releases, Jeremy boldly ventures in a new direction with The Lemon Squeeze.This is clear from the opening track, I Love YouSo;A tight pop tune owing more to Ben Folds than to any folk artist.Listening to Mint Juleps, the fifth album by two-time Juno Award nominee Jeremy Fisher, is like ambling through the long and relaxed dog days of summer.The acoustic-driven collection of 12 songs reunites Fisher with his folk-drenched musical roots and is a veritable throwback to the golden era of the singer-songwriter.Thats not to say that Jeremy Fisher lives in the past. On the contrary, the Ottawa-based musicians craft is deeply imbued with a modern insight that has made him a strong and enduring musical storyteller. He thus inhabits a one-of-a-kind space in this current musical landscape as a rather timeless troubadour.www.jeremyfishermusic.com
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