Claire Hunter and the Honeymooners with Special Guest Chris Landry - Aug. 24 - 8PM

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Claire Hunter and the Honeymooners with Special Guest Chris Landry - Aug. 24 - 8PM

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Northern Ramble Concerts presents Claire Hunter and the Honeymooners with Special Guest Chris Landry - Doors 7:30pm, Music 8pm - Tickets $20

Claire Hunter is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter who’s got Something to Give (2019). Over the past several years Claire has become a fixture in the Toronto indie music scene.

Originally hailing from Almonte, ON, Claire combines the simplicity of country music with imaginative jazz vocal styling. Claire has toured across Canada, most notably performing in the Small Halls Festival, opening for Great Lake Swimmers.

Her music first caught the attention of the Toronto Arts Council (TAC) in 2016, when they funded her debut EP, Something Safe. Once again TAC has shown their faith in Claire’s music, funding her sophomore EP, Something to Give. Released in February 2019, Something to Give, is an ode to Claire’s early 20’s, exploring complex moments of personal growth and discovery using a conversational tone.

https://clairehunter.com

Chris Landry:

https://theseasickmommas.bandcamp.com/album/one-fifty-five

"Chris Landry and the Seasick Mommas debut album One Fifty Five is a rarity of modern times in that it is a true blue country record. It hasn’t been bogged down by a longstanding institution that is now more concerned with churning out pop stars than telling honest tales of the soul. ...THIS is what GOOD country music sounds like."

-http://www.bucketlistmusicreviews.com/chris-landry-seasick-mommas-one-fifty-five/

 "This is music made from a darker and lonely place with pure honest emotion and sentiment oozing out of every verse. The steel string guitar really adds beauty to this melancholy, especially paired with Landry’s hurting yet comforting voice."

-http://www.ottawashowbox.com/tag/chris-landry-and-the-seasick-mommas/

 "While the tunes are certainly not uplifting (that doesn’t seem to be the party Landry is interested in playing), they are quite affecting. The harmonies and backing players provide a sighing backdrop to the stories told in the songs, circling and underlining the over-arching themes nicely. It is quite nice to hear this particular tradition holding strong, and Landry does justice to his emotions, while maintaining an intimate feeling throughout that amounts to a close up to his story."

-https://www.bytownsound.ca/2017/05/feature-friday-chris-landry-and-the-seasick-mommas/

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