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For those of you coming to the show here is what you need to know:
- Doors open at 7 p.m.
- Jenny and Jenn will be at the door to check you in. We have your name on a list but it is helpful if you bring a copy of your ticket or ID with you for verification.
- This is a standing room only event. Be prepared to enjoy a rowdy crowd!
- The show starts at 8 p.m.
- There is a fundraising cash bar run by the Avening Hall Board. Ed and the rest of the gang will be serving up Creemore Springs beer, Duntroon Cyder wine and soft drinks.
- Petronela from Angie’s place will be serving up some delicious Caribbean fare. For just $10 you can enjoy your choice of Curry Chicken, Jerk Chicken or Curry Goat with Rice and Peas and a Toss Salad.
- Please bring cash if you intend to make purchases. There are no ATMS in Avening.
- If you still have questions please call Sara during office hours at 705-466-9906 or any time at 705-888-5139. Email [email protected]
With the International success an award nominations of Compostela, Grant spent three years touring the world and playing to over 300 audiences, both at festivals and in concert settings with sold out shows from London to Vancouver. Finally coming off the road, Grant retreated to the secluded studio by her home in Lake Echo, Nova Scotia. What emerged was Paradise- an album that sees a new dimension in Grant’s songwriting with new depths of sonic beauty and melodic landscapes, touching upon balladry, R&B and electronic music along the way.
Jenn Grant’s voice and songwriting has been celebrated the world over by critics and industry alike. Described as one of the ‘best singers in the world’ by her ongoing collaborator, Buck 65 (CA), “captivating’ by The Line Of Best Fit (UK), and “work of a painter born in paradise” by The Sydney Morning Herald (AU).
Doors open at 7 p.m. Show starts at 8 pm
Cash bar and food available.
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