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Friday January 29, 2021
7:30 pm  
$20 Advanced   

The Aeolian Phoenix Sessions take centre stage… in the comfort of your own home. Every month we premier at least four recordings from the Aeolian stage. Membership to the Phoenix Sessions is $20 per month (recurring) and you select the productions you want to watch.

One new show will be released every Friday including: Genevieve Fisher, Andy Cloutier, Julian Taylor and Tara & Tom Dunphy of The Rizdales.

Subscribe once, enjoy live music all month long!

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.

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Tara & Tom Dunphy of The Rizdales

www.rizdales.com/

“In case you didn’t get the memo, they’re the best country band in North America,” said Eye magazine about the Rizdales.

Lead by husband and wife songwriting team Tom and Tara Dunphy, the Rizdales are a hardcore honky tonk band from London, Ontario.  Their sound however, comes from deep in the heart of the American south.

Heavily influenced by the classic country greats, such as Ray Price, Merle Haggard and Loretta Lynn, The Rizdales sing about love, loss and reality without ever taking themselves too seriously.  They have released 7 critically acclaimed albums, were handpicked by the Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson to be her Canadian backing band and have played festivals, hole in the wall bars and concert halls from Ottawa to Austin, performing alongside such greats as Dale Watson, The Derailers, The Mavericks, and The Good Brothers, earmarking their place in Canadian roots music history.  The Rizdales’ most recent release, “Lucky Enough” was released on September 8, 2018 and features instant country hits like the title track, “Lucky Enough”, “Holding It All Together” and the Western Swing barn burner, “Honky Tonk Honeymoon”.

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