A NEW event series on the first Thursday of every month featuring a lineup of local talent!
Maddisun: Born and raised in the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada, Maddisun (aka singer/songwriter Maddison Keiver) is an authentic, visceral, and magnetic artist, with a vocal range as big as her glowing personality. Branding herself as "Joni Mitchell on Rock n Roll steroids," Maddisun's songs explore emotional journeys of love, loss, heartache, growth, redemption, and resilience, she weaves together indie-folk, Americana, classic rock, and electro-pop influences that reflect her raw vocal talent, pure musicality, and unfiltered authenticity.
Chelle Power is born and raised in Fernie and an absolute testament to the talent this town produces. She has a beautifully unique voice and does amazing interpretations of popular folk and classic songs as well as experimenting with some of her own music. Her music provokes emotions and leaves you feeling like her cover of a song is the new original. She has played at venues across Fernie including Bramasole, Infinitea, The Loaf & community celebration stages and she never fails to impress.
Sami Valavaara was born and raised in Fernie he is a singer-songwriter who specializes in playing a mix of folk, rock, and pop music with a particular focus on acoustic guitar. As a freelancer, Sami performs as a solo artist and sometimes plays bass with the Wild Honeys. He also plays electric/backup vocals for Drew Gregory in Alberta from time to time. Some of his musical influences include Dustin Kensrue, Switchfoot, Tom Petty, and John Mayer, among others. Sami is currently working on two projects with his latest single Say Goodbye, an acoustic-focused project under his own name, and a prog-rock project under the name Child of Dust which also has a few singles released.
Sadie Rosgen Local legend, writer & actress will be the MC of the event. She will also perform a sample of her spoken word poetry! After studying theatre at Red Deer College in Alberta, Rosgen moved on to study acting at the National Theatre School in Montreal, graduating in 2005. She has lived and worked across Canada from Nova Scotia to Vancouver and many points in between.