Steel Audrey

Glynn and Steel

Adrian Glynn and Steel Audrey perform an outdoor garden concert in lower Rossland on July 25.

Prepare to be mesmerized by song, rhythm and natural beauty when original singer songwriters Adrian Glynn and Steel Audrey perform an outdoor garden concert in lower Rossland on July 25.

These Canadian musicians will seduce you with their rustic old world sound and poetic lyrics when they hit Rossland on their Across the Rockies Tour to promote their new full length albums.

For the past three years, Glynn has also been a member of acclaimed modern roots music act, The Fugitives. Together, they have released two records, toured extensively both in Canada and abroad and played numerous folk and literary festivals.

Glynn recently released his own solo full length album Bruise which has been nominated for Emerging Artist of the Year at the Canadian Independent Music Awards.

Glynn is a “doggedly innovative singer-songwriter” (Uptown Magazine). On his first full-length record, Bruise, “Glynn shows his incredible lyrical skills, wedged somewhere between the storytelling whimsy of Iron and Wine’s Sam Beam and the honesty of Josh Ritter.” (Vancouver Sun)

Steel Audrey is a roots singer-songwriter with a rustic, old world sound. His songs express a way of life now past; one which is rooted in the Canadian prairies, on a small-town farm where he grew up.

He has a “rustic, old world sound packaged inside the cargo car of a freight train that has you chugging across the country.” (Songoid)

He is currently back in the studio, writing and recording his first full-length album which is set to be released in fall, 2013.

Shows will consist of two 60-minute sets of original songs by each performer.

The garden concert will be hosted in the location of the old Chinese Gardens in lower Rossland at the home of Larry Doell and Audrey Gerein (888 Esling Drive, below the bike skills park).

This summer garden and music experience is presented by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture and tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.

Tickets are available at Out of the Cellar. Please bring chairs or blankets to sit on. Limited parking.

Listen at:

• www.adrianglynn.com

• www.steelaudrey.com

 

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