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Music for the Wild: Natasha Sayer and Christie Simmons

Oct 15 2016 - 7:30pm
  • Music At 7:30pm, Doors Open At 7:00pm
  • Tickets: $20

Headline Act

Natasha Sayer Songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Natasha Sayer has been writing music since she was a very young girl. In the opening track of her new album “Notes to Self”, Natasha remembers composing melodies, imagining notes dancing between ‘Telephone Pole Barlines’ on epic car rides to Saskatchewan around the age of six.  She is known for her powerful vocals, unforgettable melodies and her ability to engage an audience. Her children’s album, “Big Bad Bantam Rooster” was nominated for a 2009 Canadian Folk Music Award. Natasha is an elementary school music teacher who enjoys motorcycling, roller derby and lake swimming. She lives in Calgary with her two daughters Priya and Seren.

Opening Act

Christie Simmons is a born-and-bred, Calgarian with 3 kids, 2 dogs, 1 bird, a fine husband and a large, untamed and loving family. As a songwriter she feels it’s her challenge and delight to write music that speaks to the joys of the mundane and the magical and to the soft underbelly of life. 

Location

AWA Hillhurst Cottage School
455 12 Street NW
Calgary, AB

Posted August 26, 2016 by AEN

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