We can’t wait to return to the coziest room in Guelph with our pal Missy! All ages/licensed, suggested donation of $5 at the door!
Missy Bauman: “Missy Bauman blends the traditional values of folk with an alternative edge to create “dreamy drug folk” – a free spirited trouble maker fighting for peace and change.
Missy’s lyrics reflect her demeanour: a small town sweetheart full of life and hungry for adventure. With two Hamilton Music Awards under her belt, Missy studied Music Production as well as Songwriting and Performance at Seneca College. Her debut album, released May 2017, delves into her mood disorder, the after-affects of a miscarriage, and an abusive relationship, making the title “Don’t Fear the Dark” feel like a misnomer — but with her bright and bold voice, she ties it effortlessly into the joys of being alive. Rrampt magazine describes the album as “…an exploration of the etheral. This is the work of a truly talented artist. [Missy is] a smart songwriter, and an interesting one.” ”
Tragedy Ann: “When grit and groove meets softly swaying silk, the thrift-folk of Liv Cazzola & Braden Phelan comes to life. With an electric chemistry and quick-witted sense of humour, they’ve threaded their colours and textures together to create the terrifying two-headed kitten that is Tragedy Ann. Playing with folk and alt. blues yarns, Cazzola and Phelan are a pair of accomplished mood-setters, storytellers, and chill-givers. Having toured across Canada, performed at prominent folk festivals and released their debut EP Stumbling in 2016, the pair is currently charming listening rooms around Ontario, and working on their full-length record. Tragedy Ann is known to make audiences laugh, cry, hug complete strangers, and is the only cure for the common cold. Bring the purr.”