Canadian Folk singer-guitarist Craig Cardiff continues the winter concert series.
For the past two and a half years, Craig Cardiff has been passing around a Book of Truths during his shows and asking his fans to share something truthful in it — a story, a confession, a hope, a secret. The book gives fans a chance to write down something they might be too afraid to say out loud, and it gives Cardiff an opportunity to connect with the people who come to his shows.
Cardiff’s new album, Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise) Part 1 & 2, has turned into a response to those stories. This double album, released November 19, 2013, offers 21 tracks that are connected by an underlying sense that there are better days to come.
Armed with an extensive catalogue of songs, his Book of Truths, sharp wit and soft voice, Cardiff is considered a pioneer in alternate venue touring, often appearing in churches, camps, prisons, basements, festivals, kitchens and even taking to the streets, bringing his fans with him.
“[Craig is] a songwriter who needs to be heard.” Canadian music icon Gordon Lightfoot
Tickets at eventbrite.ca or at the door
Members: Adult $15/Youth $10
Non-members: Adult $20/ Youth $14
The 2017 Winter/Spring Arts Station Concert Series:
all concerts start at 8pm, and tickets are $15/adults $10/youth for members, $20/adult $14/youth
Bluegrass – Slocan Ramblers (Mar. 3)
Folk/Pop – Big Little Lions (Mar.8)
Quirky Indie Jazz – Andrea Superstein (Mar. 15)
Folk Singer/Songwriter – Catherine MacLellan (Mar.23)
Spanish Flamenco/Gypsy Jazz – Sultan of Strings (Apr. 4)
Americana/Folk – The Small Glories (Apr. 27)