The Sewing Machine Factory presents a live stream with: Makiisma (solo) / Kimberley MacGregor / Elliot Thomas / Night Howl members Jenna Clarahan and Daniel Watson.
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This show was originally scheduled to happen last week at The Sewing Machine Factory as part of Makiisma's Lady Misery Album Release Tour but as the event had to be canceled we have decided to celebrate the release with a live stream instead! So please grab a drink, sit on the couch, and join us for this event from the comfort of your home.
7:30 - Elliot Thomas 7:50 - Night Howl 8:10 - Kimberley MacGregor 8:30 - Makiisma
I Makiisma |
Lady Misery is the debut album of doom-folk artist Makiisma based out of Lethbridge, AB. Founded by Megan Brown in the spring of 2017, Brown (an accomplished violinist) brings together elements of the classical world with her passion for heavy, raw music to create moody songs. Lady Misery is a deeply vulnerable and honest album in which Brown takes on some heavy-hitting subjects with fierce candour.
Listen/Buy here: https://smarturl.it/lady-misery-makiisma
| Kimberley MacGregor | https://kimberleymacgregor.com/
Kimberley MacGregor is an Edmonton, Alberta-based singer-songwriter who believes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that whiskey is a health tonic. She lovingly crafts and passionately performs songs that will move your heart, change your mind, and stomp your feet. Her voice and energy will change how you experience modern music.
| Night Howl | https://nighthowl.ca/
Born from mud, fire, and moon, Night Howl is a unique five-piece band from Edmonton, Alberta. Folk-rock is merged with orchestral strings, swing, and Latin flare, laced with screaming electric guitar, and soaked in a fine whiskey. Sung-from-the-guts vocals tell poetic stories of passion, partying, and tales from the darker corners of human nature.
I Elliot Thomas I http://elliotthomasmusic.com/
Born in Australia and raised in Hong Kong, since moving to Canada in 2007 music has flourished in Elliot's life. While a versatile guitarist, on occasion he accompanies himself on the lap slide guitar, and he has developed a unique voice on the 5-string banjo, which he flicks, plucks, and strums with uncommon grace and unbridled glee. Over the shifting textures that he forges with these instruments Elliot sings songs of sorrow, hope, growth and fishing.