This show is coming up quickly. What better way to spend a Friday evening than inside the beautiful Sanctuary Theatre?
Toronto’s alt country singer, Justin Rutledge, is renowned across Canada for poetic lyricism and a style accessible to folk and country fans alike. Rutledge has toured North America, Europe and the United Kingdom, sharing the stage with artists like Jim Cuddy, Blue Rodeo, and Dolly Parton. Until the 2013 release of Valleyheart, he was signed with Six Shooter Records, known for releases by Canadian staples Jenn Grant, Amelia Curran, Elliott Brood, Luke Doucet, and more.
Fredericton’s the Olympic Symphonium will kick off the evening. The Olympic Symphonium is the brain child of Grand Theft Bus’s Graeme Walker, who rotates both instrumental and songwriting duties with Nick Cobham and Kyle Cunjak. The annual Shivering Songs festival first began as a way to mark the release of their 2011 album “The City Won’t Have Time to Fight”.
Shivering Songs presents:
The Olympic Symphonium
Friday, April 26th
at The Sanctuary Theatre
Doors open at 7pm, Show starts at 8pm
$24.99 (including taxes/surcharges) tickets now on sale here.