Logan McKillop & Madeleine Roger @Charslanding
Tue, Jun 5th, 7-9pm, Logan McKillop & Madeleine Roger Western Canada Tour - Folk/Roots/Singer-songwriter
Madeleine Roger is a contemporary folksinger from Winnipeg, Canada. While accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, it is her artistry as a songwriter that can silence a room, uniting her captivating voice with vivid lyricism and a maturity beyond her years. A former thespian and a lifelong traveler, she is prone to absorbing stories and questioning the way that things are, creating songs with imaginative melodies and honesty that bares truths about being alive.
Appearing often in the folk/roots duo Roger Roger with her twin brother Lucas, Madeleine has performed at music festivals and venues across Canada and Europe (The Winnipeg Folk Festival, The Calgary Folk Club, Summerfolk Festival of Music and Crafts, Homeroutes, etc), sung as a musical guest on CBC Radio One's national and regional programming, and released their debut album Fairweatherlocally and overseas which reached the No. 1 spot on the Canadian national folk/roots/blues charts, garnering acclaim for its exceptional songwriting.
Logan McKillop is a songwriter/guitarist and storyteller from the small town of Onanole, MB. Between touring from coast to coast throughout Canada, having released an impressive 20 song debut album (Prairie Sky, 2013), and being a sought-after accompanist/recording artist, Logan is quickly becoming a staple in Manitobas folk/roots music scene. With an eclectic blend of influences from raw folk, smooth jazz, energy fueled bluegrass to lonesome country; Logan McKillop will appeal to audiences young and old.
Hailing from a family of musicians, Logan has been surrounded by music from the very beginning. To further his natural abilities, he enrolled in the Jazz guitar program at Brandon University. Following his studies, he set out to pursue a career as a touring musician.
Logan released his 20 song debut album Prairie Sky in March 2013 (produced by Lewis Melville in Guelph, Ontario). The album has received praise and radio play from a number of Canadian radio stations (CBC, Blues & Roots Radio) and has received positive reviews from notable folk music magazines (Penguin Eggs).
Advance $10 (Showdate $15 / Kids $10) now
cash @Rollin Art Centre,
charge by phone (778) 421-2427,
Chars Landing 19+ (accompanied kids welcome) 4815 Argyle @5th Port Alberni V9Y 1V9 Tel: 778-421-2427 www.charslanding.com
Char's Landing (View)
4815 Argyle St.
Port Alberni, BC V9Y 1V9
|Minimum Age: 19|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|