Festival Lineup

Terra Lightfoot
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Friday January 19 – Charlotte Street Arts Center with Fiver

A roots rocker with a powerful voice and a bad-ass Gibson SG that she
plays with consummate ease…

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Pondercast with Laurie Brown & Joshua Van Tassel
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Friday January 19
Fredericton Public Library with Sandro Perri

Laurie Brown is one of Canada’s finest music journalists and most beloved broadcasters, having recently wrapped-up a ten year tenure as the host of CBC’s The Signal.

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Sandro Perri
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Friday January 19
Fredericton Public Library supporting Pondercast with Laurie Brown & Josh Van Tassel

Sandro Perri makes music within a broad spectrum of sound, as a composer, producer, instrumentalist, and singer.

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Fiver
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Friday January 19
Charlotte Street Arts Centre supporting Terra Lightfoot

In April 2017, Schmidt released Audible Songs From Rockwood, a song cycle based on the lives of people incarcerated at the Rockwood Asylum for the Criminally Insane in Upper Canada between 1856-1881.

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Catherine Maclellan performs The Songs of Gene MacLellan
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Friday January 19
The Wilmot United Church with Bob Mersereau

There are skillful tributes and heartfelt homages, and then there’s If It’s Alright With You: The Songs of Gene MacLellan, which finds Juno Award winner Catherine MacLellan covering songs by her legendary late father, with a magnificence only blood ties can summon.

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Bob Mersereau
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Friday January 19
The Wilmot United Church supporting Catherine Maclellan

Bob Mersereau specializes in writing about popular music. In addition to his thirty-plus year career as a revered CBC TV and CBC Radio correspondent, Mersereau also authored The Top 100 Canadian Albums, a national best-seller published in 2007, and The Top 100 Canadian Singles,

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The Olympic Symphonium – Beauty In The Tension release
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Saturday January 20
The Wilmot United Church with super secret headliner TBA

Beauty In The Tension is the result of rural isolation, small comforts, and the discovery of two pairs of Dark Side Of The Moon pyjama pants. For six days last winter.

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Timber Timbre
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Saturday January 20
Charlotte Street Arts Centre with Motherhood & Camille Delean

Timber Timbre’s music has always traced a shadowed path, using cues of the past to fuse the sound of a distant, haunted now.

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Motherhood with Kids Choir
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Saturday January 20
Charlotte Street Arts Centre supporting Timber Timbre

Everyone’s band bio relays how innovative their sound is, but Motherhood’s sound really is. Honest. Described as widely as weirdo country, circus punk, and black metal fusion, the New Brunswick-based trio has reluctantly settled on “art rock” as a catch-all.

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Camille Delean
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Saturday January 20
Charlotte Street Arts Centre supporting Timber Timbre & Motherhood

Having grown up in small-town Ontario, Camille Delean moved through numerous cities before landing in London, where she met Ben Walker pub. The pair would spend the next two years playing together, before beginning work on a record at Hackney’s Urchin Studios.

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David Myles – Real Love Release
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Saturday January 20
Fredericton Farmers’ Market with Reeny Smith

David Myles returns to Shivering Songs with a full band in tow, to release Real Love at the Boyce Farmers’ Market. Rock ’n’ roll’s diverse, electrifying roots dig deep into this, Myles’ tenth album.

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Reeny Smith
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Saturday January 20
Fredericton Farmers’ Market supporting David Myles

Reeny Smith is an award winning twenty four year old singer/songwriter from North Preston, Nova Scotia. Born into a musically inclined family, Reeny began singing and playing piano at age five, and spent much of her youth in regional church choirs. Commonly referred to as the “Canadian Alicia Keys”.

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Hillsburn
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Saturday January 20
Wilser’s Room part of The Capital Complex with guests TBA

Perhaps partly as a result of the new approach, The Wilder Beyond departs sharply from the folk-rooted sound of Hillsburn’s award-winning In The Battle Years debut. The group’s soaring three-part harmonies are intact here, but densely-layered arrangements and more electronic instruments signal a move in the direction of indie rock.

Montgomery Street Band

Sunday January 21
Fredericton Farmers’ Market with Reeny Smith

The band boasts an impressive repertoire of old-time fiddle tunes, bluegrass numbers, old jazz standards and original tunes. Stylistically, the band has remained true to old-time roots whilst also incorporating jazz harmonies, blazing tempos and the dynamic energy of a full-fledged jam band.

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