This show features the talented and versatile singer-songwriters Annie Sumi and Campbell Woods. Both artists were participants in the 2014 Youth Mentorship Program at Folk Music Ontario (it is now called the Developing Artist Program). They've both traveled far and wide in the past four years, and are reuniting here in our County for a night of fantastic energy, music and stories.
Annie Sumi is an Ontario-based ethereal-folk artist with a sound shaped by varied musical influences, from Joni to Feist to Rachel Sermanni and Nick Drake. Her compositions linger on the line between reality and imagination, like a lyrical poet with a knack for capturing the magic of life through the eyes of a child.Sumi's music has been played all across Canada on CBC Radio, community radio, and Stingray Music, earning critical acclaim and numerous accolades. She's also a member of the award-winning folk/jazz quartet, The Hidden Roots Collective, nominated for a 2017 Canadian Folk Music Award.
Campbell pays attention. He's been doing it for years in the bars of the Ottawa Valley, festivals and halls across Eastern Ontario, the whole map of Halifax music venues: The Carleton, The Company House, Gus' Pub etc...plus sitting in and jamming with and opening for friends from across Canada. He sings and plays guitar, most of the time he can cover bass and keys, too.
$20/per person advance; $25 at the door
Doors open at 7:00 pm