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Friday June 18, 2021
7:30 pm  
$20 for a One Month Subscription   
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Phoenix Sessions - June

aeolianhall.ca/phoenix

Welcome to the Aeolian Phoenix Sessions

The Aeolian Phoenix Sessions take centre stage… in the comfort of your own home. Every month we premier at least four productions recorded at Aeolian’s studios or in the artist’s home.

The Aeolian Phoenix Sessions are intended to provide patrons with a cross-section of the music going experience. From classical to jazz, rock to country, and bluegrass to folk, the Sessions aim to bring music back into your home and heart.

Interested in one show only? Trust us: you’ll like what you see. Try the Phoenix Sessions all month and experience a few productions that you might never have seen in person.

Our goal was to reignite live music and get artists on stage, technicians behind the soundboard and our patrons on their feet listening to extraordinary talent in extraordinary times.

Terms and Conditions

Membership to the Phoenix Sessions is $20 per month (automatically recurring) and you select the productions you wish to enjoy.

Though membership renews automatically, patrons must validate their membership number every month to receive an access code for each new set of productions by email. This process is not automatic. Patrons will receive their first access code immediately upon registration. An access code is only good for one calendar month. Validation instructions are contained in the Membership tab on this page, in our weekly newsletter and in the monthly rollover announcement sent by the Aeolian Box Office.

We do not have a multi-viewer pass. If you plan to safely watch with friends or family, please consider donating to further offset the costs associated with these productions.

Tickets to individual productions are not available.

If you do not intend to subscribe for longer than one month, refunds will not be provided to patrons who forget to cancel their membership or who have not read the terms and conditions: membership renewal is automatic every 30 days. This information is noted on every ticketing page, on event pages and marketing, on event posters and in our weekly newsletter. It is important to read information carefully before joining so as to not misunderstand how membership works.

Upon registration and after monthly validation, you will receive a confirmation email including a link that you will use each time you wish to view a performance. Save that link… or follow instructions at www.aeolianhall.ca/phoenix to receive it again.

Shows will be available on the date and time specified on Aeolian’s website.

PRODUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR A MAXIMUM OF TWO WEEKS AFTER PREMIER. IF YOU ARE PURCHASING MORE THAN 30 DAYS BEFORE THE MONTH BEGINS, YOU WILL BE BILLED EVERY 30 DAYS AS A RECURRING MEMBER. IF YOU ARE SPECIFICALLY INTERESTED IN AN INDIVIDUAL MONTH, PLEASE PURCHASE  YOUR PASS ON FIRST OF THE MONTH.

Payment is final. No refunds will be offered.

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Paul Langille & Paul Sims

www.paullangille.com/

Paul Langille & Paul Sims present a wide variety of songs taking you on a roller coaster of emotions sprinkled with Paul’s usual self-deprecating humour. With a high-octane guitar style and a powerful voice that showcases both the warmth of a crooner and the strength of a seasoned blues singer, Paul Langille knows how to get to the heart of a song.  The playlist includes Langille’s own compositions but also a handful of covers. He expects plenty of audience interaction as people join in on the chorus of their favourite tunes. Paul Sims tasteful and often intricate guitar accompaniment is the perfect complement to Langille’s entertaining choice of repertoire.

Paul took to the stage at a young age, singing and playing guitar in dance halls, service clubs, and numerous other venues in and around his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. In the early ‘70s Paul came to London and frequently played at the legendary Smales Pace Coffeehouse on Clarence Street. He became part of the vibrant folk scene that included Laura Smith, Willie P Bennett, Stan Rogers, Rick Taylor, David Bradstreet and many more.

In late 2001, Paul was involved in the collaborative recording/performance of Tears of a Thousand Years that raised funds for the relief effort in New York following the events of September 11th.

Be it performing solo at Folk and Blues Festivals, singing Jazz standards with Orchestra London, or growling out the Blues with various bands and duos, his originality and style always shine through.  Paul’s music has taken him throughout Canada, USA, Europe, and the United Arab Emirates.

Over the years, Paul Langille has won numerous accolades and awards, including the prestigious AMPAC (Advertising Music Producers Association of Canada) award in 1986 for his Labatt’s Blue commercial. He was nominated for the COCA (Canadian Organization of Campus Activities) Top Contemporary Artist of the Year award, 1988. Paul has been nominated 8 times in the Singer/Songwriter and the Blues category at the Jack Richardson London Music Awards (now known as the Forest City London Music Awards). In 2008, Paul won the Jack Richardson Award for best Contemporary Singer/Songwriter. Paul’s recording “Pine & Locke” pays homage to his hometown of Hamilton, ON. Paul is a gifted songwriter and a unique song stylist with a powerful vocal presence. His guitar playing is solid, creative, and intuitively linked to the soul of the song.

Paul’s most recent album, released in 2018, was recorded live at the Princess Avenue Playhouse in St. Thomas with his duo partner Paul Sims and is available from www.paullangille.com

 

QUOTES

“Paul Langille is an artist who has remained true to his craft and heart. With his unmatched vocal ability, stunning guitar style, and mastery of song writing, he continues to evolve; inspiring new hope in us all. As time goes by, Paul just keeps getting better and better.” – Rick Taylor

“Paul Langille’s songs are too good to ignore. And he plays guitar with a ferocity seldom seen these days.”  – Graham Rockingham, Music Editor, Hamilton Spectator

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