Georgia Higgins, Lindsay Foote & Sarah Hiltz

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Burdock Music Hall

1184 Bloor St W

Toronto, ON M6H 1N2

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Doors at 9:15 p.m., Show at 9:30 p.m.

$10 in advance, $14 at the door

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GEORGIA HIGGINS

Georgia Higgins is a folk-soul singer-songwriter from Toronto. In 2018, Higgins released her debut EP, Running for the Door, which merges all of her influences including a background in country and jazz into a showcase of masterful writing. In March 2019, Georgia participated in the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity's Singer-Songwriter Residency Program where she spent three weeks writing brand new music for a full-length album set to be recorded in Winter 2019. 

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LINDSAY FOOTE

Lindsay Foote  writes honest, soul-bearing music coupled with a voice that will melt even the hardest heart. She has already released two EPs and a full album, and is currently working on a fourth release with the support from the Ontario Arts Council and Factor Canada. Her newest release, Going Gone, has been featured on  CBC Metro Morning, CBC Big City Small World, and CJRU Double Booked. RAW RAMP Magazine calls these songs “the most celestial & moving folk songs you can imagine.” Lindsay was a finalist in both the Songwriter Serenade Competition in Austin, and the Canadian Songwriting Competition. Since the release of Going Gone, she has completed several tours throughout Texas, the East Coast, Ontario, and the Canadian Maritimes. Over the past few years, she has been presented a the Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival, Tay Creek Folk Festival, and Campfire Festival. In March 2019, Lindsay was honoured be part of the Banff Singer-songwriter Residency.

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SARAH HILTZ

Sarah Hiltz is a contemporary folk artist based in Toronto. Her current project has her researching the ways Canadians experience, express and suppress anger in modern society, especially women, and creating a song cycle in response. Sarah’s last album, Beauty In The Blue, compiled songs and stories culled from her multiple journeys across Canada as a travelling musician on VIARail’s passenger train, “The Canadian”. Beauty in the Blue features lush, nuanced vocals and jazz-influenced songwriting. Sarah’s previous work as a talented singer-songwriter landed her opening slots for Canadian icons Gordon Lightfoot and Ron Hynes, Top 3 placement in a nation-wide music competition (She’s The One), and earned her an invitation to give a TEDx talk in 2014.

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1184 Bloor St W

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