St Thomas Native Deni Gauthier to perform at Princess Ave Playhouse.
St Thomas, Ontario: On Saturday, June 8, 2019, The Historic Princess Avenue Playhouse, home of the Elgin Theatre Guild, will host St. Thomas’ own Deni Gauthier for an intimate evening of music. Joining Gauthier is London, Ontario’s The Cedar Sisters, fresh off winning not one, but two awards (Folk/Roots, Music Video of the Year) at this year’s Forest City London Music Awards.
Quietly building his own scene for the last decade, Deni Gauthier has been delighting audiences all over Canada, the United States, and Europe. His beautiful voice and lush ambient guitar playing, layered with just the right amount of understated live looping create a sonic soundscape quite like his last two studio albums: Quiet Town and Passenger. Gauthier has been quickly working away at a new full length album, and will new, unreleased material with his full band.
The Cedar Sisters – Jane Carmichael and Elle Hermansen – met when both were brought in as backup singers for a London, ON rock band. The two songwriters felt an instant personal and musical connection, and soon after began writing together. Carmichael and Hermansen are sisters in spirit, if not in fact. They share remarkably similar stories, both on and off the stage. Both were involved in pop bands that “almost” got signed, both released solo albums after those bands fell apart, and both suffer from endometriosis. They even share the same middle name. It’s no surprise, then, that they sing so beautifully together.
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Deni Gauthier with guests The Cedar Sisters
WHERE: Historic Princess Avenue Playhouse, 40 Princess Ave, St. Thomas, ON
WHEN: Saturday, June 8. 700pm Doors. 730pm Show Starts.
TICKETS: Available online at Ticketscene or in person at CPT Computers in St. Thomas.
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