live music & events
JUNE 14 - DANNY MICHEL
Tuesday, June 14th
Doors open at 8pm/ Show starts 8:30pm
Tickets $24 advance + GST / $28 + GST at door
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With nominations for three JUNO Awards, The Polaris Prize, The CBC’s "Heart Of Gold" AND a pile of albums under his belt, Danny Michel is unquestionably one of Canada’s finest songwriters. His thoughtful lyrics & earnest performances have earned him a devoted fan base. A musical chameleon, able to slip into many genres with ease. “An adventurous & fearless artist”. “A master at striking the right balance between unpredictability and meeting expectations, leaving you wanting more as soon as it’s over”.
JULY 5th - BANFF CENTRE LITERARY JOURNALISM PRESENTS: IAN BROWN ON SIXTY
Presented by The Banff Centre Literary Journalism
Tuesday, July 5th
Doors open at 7:00pm/ Show at 7:30pm
$8 advance / $12 at door
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Literary Journalism's Rogers Communications Chair, Ian Brown, presents his RBC Taylor Prize shortlisted book, Sixty: A Diary of My Sixty-First Year. Sixty is a wickedly honest and brutally funny account of the year in which Ian truly realized that the man in the mirror was actually... sixty. As Ian writes, "It is the age when the body begins to dominate the mind, or vice versa, when time begins to disappear and loom, but never in a good way, when you have no choice but to admit that people have stopped looking your way, and that in fact they stopped twenty years ago." Sixty is nominated for the 2016 Charles Taylor Prize. This is Ian's last year as program chair. Ian will be in conversation with Devyani Saltzman, Director of Literary Arts.
ABOUT IAN BROWN
Ian Brown is an author and a feature writer for The Globe and Mail whose work has won a total of nine Gold National Magazine and National Newspaper awards. He is the host of CBC Radio's Talking Books, as well as the anchor of TVO's two documentary series, Human Edge and The View from Here.