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Madison Violet & Julian Taylor Solo Live @ Harrison Park South

August 21 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

$50
Madison Violet
Julian Taylor

Come spend an afternoon on the south side of scenic Harrison Park, with performances from Madison Violet, Julian Taylor Solo, and more! Madison Violet will be playing from 1pm – 2pm, followed by Julian from 3pm – 4pm. One ticket is valid for both sets! Please remember to bring a mask. Gates open at 12pm. 

Details

Date:
August 21
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
$50
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Organizer

Georgian Bay Folk Society
Phone:
519-371-2995
Email:
info@summerfolk.org
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Venue

Harrison Park South
75 2nd Ave E
Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 5T2 Canada
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Phone:
(519) 376-1440
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Madison Violet

Musicians. Wanderers. Artists.

After 20 years together, Juno nominated singer-songwriting duo, Madison Violet, are as much wanderers as they are musicians. It is a career filled with endless roads stretching into the horizon, winding through changing landscapes, each kilometer traveled carrying with it the promise of inspiration. Perhaps that is the secret of what has made Madison Violet such an enduring band. Because with each new town, each new venue, their curiosity grows, their love of music deepens, their desire to push musical boundaries expands. 

It is believed that the spark that ignited Madison Violet’s irrepressible curiosity came from an unlikely source; while sitting in Brenley’s grandmother’s kitchen in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, filled to bursting with family, friends, instruments (and maybe even a foe or two), and miles from their adopted home of Toronto, Ontario, two musicians looked at each over the flickering light of the old wood stove and knew that theirs would be an unconventional journey. Inspired by their heritage, emboldened by their vision, Lisa MacIsaac and Brenley MacEachern decided that they would create a sound that would have it’s roots in their past while continually exploring new sounds. From the beginning, the multi-instrumentalists have carried authenticity with them like a talisman, writing all of their own music and lyrics, believing that the best way to connect to their audiences was to treat them like old friends sharing a secret and a smile. As vocalists they have an innate ability to break your heart, slyly knowing that their soaring harmonies will mend it, often all in the span of one song. 

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Julian taylor solo

Evolving creatively is a key goal for any artist, especially for songwriters. Being able to tap into the vein of shared experiences by way of a personalized point of view is a gift the best songwriters are able to build upon from song to song and album to album. Only the best of them are able to transition from being a soother one minute to a soothsayer the next with relative ease, confidence, and expertise.

Taylor’s inherently cinematic approach to his storytelling has a lot to do with his heritage and upbringing. “It’s an interesting thing to be part Mohawk and part West Indian, because I’ve always had this feeling that I never fit in anywhere,” he admits. “As a mixed person, it’s like, oh, where do you go, and how do you connect with people? That’s all I’ve been trying to do, and my life experience as a person who is mixed helps me do that. These stories are all coming from a person who tries to fit in, but doesn’t quite fit in. That’s really what my work has always been about — that longing to be a part of something.”  

 

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