Apr

7

2018

  • doors 8:00pm
  • showtime 8:30pm

Rob Elder Album Review w/ Moscow Apartment opening

Rob Elder is releasing his third album this summer!

Come out to Heartwood Concert Hall for a review of Rob’s upcoming EP and also enjoy Canadian Folk Music Award winning duo and 2017 Summerfolk Youth Discoveries finalists ‘Moscow Apartment’.

Rob Elder is an indie folk singer-songwriter who could be described as a “re-emerging” artist. In a previous life he was an award winning young musician that self released two albums and performed his way onto many stages and into many hearts. Currently, with a decade of writing, traveling, maturity, performances and growth under his belt, Rob is back on the map. His lyrics are compelling and witty, his style is a blues-infused folk that can be taken with a strong whiskey or green tea. He can take you down a road of deep emotion, then in an instant lighten the mood and fill your heart. If there were an award for ‘Re-Emerging Artist of the Year’ if would have to go to Rob Elder.
Check him out at www.robelder.ca

Moscow Apartment are an award winning indie folk duo who burst onto the Toronto music scene in early 2017 and have won over hearts and audiences across Canada throughout the year. Less than a year before forming ,they won a Toronto Independent Music Award for Young Songwriter of the Year and a Canadian Folk Music Award for Young Performer of the Year. Their debut EP, produced with Blues-Roots dynamo Samantha Martin has had regular play on CBC radio and charted on campus stations. The two young multi instrumentalists were invited to kick off CBC’s Sounds of The Seasons in early December sharing a bill with Serena Ryder, Shawn Hook, Ruth B, Whitehorse and Maestro Fresh Wes. Brighid Fry and Pascale Padilla are teenage songwriters who like to sideways slide from more mainstream folk to indie rock and are predicted by many to break big in 2018.
www.moscowapartment.ca

 

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