OPEN MIC! Hosted by Glenn, Sophie and Holly

Details
Start:

July 16 - 08:00 pm

End:

July 17 - 12:00 am

Event Category:

Downtown Events

Venue

Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club

234 Main St

Winnipeg, MB, Canada, R3C 1A8

The Times Changed High And Lonesome Club Open Mic continues! With enthusiasm! Hurray for tunes and tequila.

Glenn Radley curates and features two guest co-hosts showcasing local and international songwriters every month. The format is an “in the round” style songwriter set, followed by the open mic.

Doors and signup at 7PM, show at 8pm! We’re excited to have you and hear you! No cover charge.

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Sophie Stevens is a singer-songwriter from Winnipeg, Canada. Combining her heartwarming melodies with gentle classical guitar, Sophie sings indie folk songs of hope that both tell stories and offer introspective advice. With a love for all walks of life expressed in every note, her music gives a break from the tiresome parts of life and brings reminders of the joyful aspects of being human.

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Holly Ruth of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the sunniest part of Saturn, wanders and stays. She’ll express to you the directness of feeling that can only come from vulnerability cyclones. Ride the water through non-linearity and maybe find a missing-piece inside. Who knows? She’ll sing it, green from the heart with a piano, the instrument she’s married to, or an electric hollow-body guitar.

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Glenn Radley is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Winnipeg, MB. Glenn has made a name for himself as one of Winnipeg’s go-to drummers for touring and recording. He has been featured on a number of albums including work by Kevin Roy, Sebastian Owl, Talie Polischuk, and Dave Quanbury, and toured extensively in Canada with the 2018 WCMA Instrumental Artist Of The Year, Apollo Suns.

With a versatile, multi-textured voice and a thirst for musical drama, Glenn brings his diverse musical experiences to bear in the world of songwriting, channeling influences including Brian Wilson, Harry Nilsson, Andy Shauf, and Father John Misty.

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