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Virtual Canada Day Concert

Date: Thursday, July 1

Time: 11:00am

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Meet your Canada Day Concert Artists

Tiller's Folly

Tiller's FollyWest Coast Celtic Roots band Tiller’s Folly has been telling tales as old as time with a modern lyrical twist, and a penchant for stirring tales of intrigue and adventure, inspired by true life heroes and villains - backed by their potent mix of acoustic Celtic-influenced roots sound.

Across nine albums Tiller’s Folly has united communities across the globe with songs steeped in Scottish, Irish and Canadian west coast tradition. Their lively songs of happy wars, highwaymen and moonshiners, sad songs of love turned sour and the lonely immigrant’s sorrow, and whimsical sea shanties that compel audiences to tap their feet, clap their hands and sing along with gusto.  Their global fanbase that has fallen in love with timeless hits like ‘Water at the Bar’, ‘Death & Taxes’ and ‘Ghosts of Read Island’, ‘Spanish Banks’ and ‘Steamboatin’ Jamiesons’ to name a few.

Indeed, the Tiller’s Folly live experience is where the talented trio truly shine, having performed to thousands over the journey at major festivals throughout the US, Canada and the UK.

"As one of the tightest, and unflinchingly focused, folk bands in the nation, Tiller's Folly continues to produce music that is both distinctly Canadian and firmly rooted in the Celtic tradition. Stirring Up Ghosts confirms that Tiller's Folly is a national treasure." Peter North, Edmonton Journal

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Glisha20-year-old RnB songstress Glisha, who is from Surrey, BC, emerged into songwriting and producing her own music with vibrantly melodious vocals and emotionally-charged lyrics in 2018, after years of making covers and singing at various huge events since a very young age. Her sound is reminiscent of today’s contemporary RnB amidst dulcet tones and mellifluous cadences; encompassing her listeners with emotion as she shares messages from the heart.

In 2018, Glisha’s career in songwriting took off when she released her first single, Over Myself, which garnered thousands of streams within the first month of release - an impressive feat for a debut song. Glisha’s live performance of this song earned recognition by the Joey Awards, where she was awarded ‘Best Performance in a Recorded Song’ in November of 2019. Her success continued with the release of her second single and first music video, Scars and Scratches, which further solidified Glisha’s place in Vancouver’s music community. She won ‘Best Female Artist’ at the 2020 Fraser Valley Music Awards.

Glisha, who recently finished a Music Technology course, released her first music album entitled Attachment and Acceptance in March 2021. The album, which streamed 100,000+ within its first month, features songs written and recorded during the Covid pandemic times including the hit songs Staycation and Yesterday.

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Cambree Lovesy

Cambree LovesyCambree Lovesy is a 22 year old country singer/songwriter from Abbotsford, BC. Her passion for creating and sharing music has quickly garnered her a spot in the Canadian country music scene, and her infectious energy on stage and throughout her songs leaves audiences wanting more. Since the age of 11, Cambree has been working hard on her craft and has had five singles play on Canadian country radio.

Her debut album, Kiss My Boots, released in November 2018, combines elements from old-school country with a modern appeal and her authentic songwriting connects with her audience.  With an undeniably impressive stage presence and high-energy band backing her up, Cambree puts on a show every time she performs. She’s had the honour of showcasing her talent at the 2018 CN Grey Cup in Edmonton, the Cook County Saloon, Rogers Arena, The Roxy, BC Place, and many more venues across Western Canada.  Cambree continues to embrace every opportunity with enthusiasm and a grateful heart.

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