• Writes of Spring Tour Poster (s)

    The Writes of Spring Tour

    Tickets have now gone on sale for The Writes of Spring tour, with musical friends Tim Baker (of Hey Rosetta!), Amelia Curran, Donovan Woods and Hawksley Workman.

    April 25, 2017 – London, ON @ Aeolian Hall (sold out)

    April 26, 2017 – Picton, ON @ The Regent Theatre (tickets)

    April 27, 2017 – Peterborough, ON @ Market Hall (tickets)

    April 28, 2017 – Ottawa, ON @ National Arts Centre (tickets)

    April 29, 2017 – Creemore, ON @ Avening Hall (sold out)

    April 30, 2017 – Ridgeway, ON @ The Sanctuary (tickets)

    May 1, 2017 – Creemore, ON @ Avening Hall (sold out)

    May 2, 2017 – Bayfield, ON @ Old Town Hall (sold out)

    May 3, 2017 – Hamilton, ON @ Hamilton Public Library (tickets)

    Writes of Spring Tour Poster (s)
    Tim Baker is the writer and frontman of acclaimed Newfoundland group, Hey Rosetta!. The Juno nominated singer is best known for his intimate, poetic lyrics and powerful live vocal delivery, garnering Hey Rosetta! multiple awards along with their numerous sold-out Canadian tours.

    Amelia Curran is a Juno Award winning singer-songwriter from St. John’s, Newfoundland.  Her knife-sharp lyrics possess an unrivaled eloquence garnering her acclaim as Canada’s master contemporary songstress.  Amelia’s latest album Watershed will be released in April 2017 by Six Shooter Records.

    Donovan Woods was raised in the small city of Sarnia, Ontario, to the sounds of country music, with a healthy dose of folk and pop, a combination that instilled in him a strong belief in the power of a memorable melody, the importance of everyday language and the impact of a well-crafted song. His acclaimed fourth album Hard Settle, Ain’t Trouble received a 2016 Polaris Music Prize nomination, landed him on the CBC Music “Best 25 Canadian Albums of the Year” list and won him the Canadian Folk Music Awards “Songwriter of the Year.”

    Hawksley Workman is singer and songwriter. Performer, producer, poet, and playwright. Multi-instrumentalist and an ambitious, ever-busy global ambassador of Canadian culture and creativity. A staple of the Canadian arts scene for over 17 years, Workman boasts a catalogue of 16 solo releases. The accolades amassed include JUNO nods and wins and widespread critical acclaim. He has most recently published a children’s book for Penguin Random House, based on the lyrics of his beloved Christmas song “Almost a Full Moon”.