Phoenix Sessions - Novemberaeolianhall.regfox.com/the-aeolian-phoenix-sessions-november
The Aeolian takes the virtual stage with the launch of our brand new “Phoenix Sessions.” Each month we bring premier artists to you virtually in the comfort of your own home. A one month subscription and access to at least four performances is available for $20.
Aeolian’s Phoenix Sessions are proud to produce four outstanding performances in November. For just $20 you have access to all four digitally streamed productions anytime, anywhere. One new show will be released every Friday including: Sarina Haggarty & Connor Morand, the Great Lake Swimmers, Gina Farrugia and Peter Karle, and Enter the Haggis, Subscribe once, enjoy live music all month long!
This performance is part of the Aeolian’s Phoenix Sessions. To view, purchase the November pass or become a recurring monthly member.
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Great Lake Swimmerswww.greatlakeswimmers.com
2018 marked the 15th anniversary of Great Lake Swimmers. Over seven albums, multiple EPs, live broadcasts and reissues, the Toronto-based project led by singer-songwriter Tony Dekker has established itself as a beloved indie folk act in Canada and beyond. The CBC has called them “a national treasure” with a sound that is at once familiar and distinct, using the tools of folk music as the starting point to delve deeper.
The latest release, “The Waves, The Wake” branches out to include new sounds such as harp, lute, pipe organ, woodwinds, congas and marimbas, alongside the more familiar flecks and chimes of the banjo, piano, and 12-string electric guitar. A scaled back, solo acoustic version was also released in 2019.
Great Lake Swimmers have been nominated twice for Juno Awards, have been shortlisted for the prestigious Polaris Prize, and won a Canadian Indie Award for Favourite Folk/Roots Artist/Group. They have shared the stage as support for such
musical luminaries as Robert Plant, Feist, Daniel Lanois, and Calexico, and have appeared as headliners at many of Canada’s major folk music festivals.
“A minimalist, atmospheric compendium of songs with a sonic environment the listener can easily get lost in.”
– The Vue
“Dekker has done a masterful job of finding that balance on The Waves, the Wake, which has enough connections to the past to satisfy long-time fans of Great Lake Swimmers even while the singer looks to the future and moves forward as an artist.”
– The Georgia Straight
“A cherished blend of folk and orchestral indie pop.”