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0818 – Liz Stringer & Tim Moxam – Stanstead QC
August 18, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Oh yeah… Last time they were in the house it was the dead of winter, it was the first time they ever met in-person and the first time they ever played together – and we fell in love with their sound. Since then they’ve toured Oz and have just released a beautiful new single together. Liz Stringer & Tim Moxam will be back at the Brunelle-Newman House on Friday evening, August 18th…
18 ch de Fairfax, Stanstead QC J0B 3E2
Potluck vegetarian dinner at 6 pm. Concert at 7.30 pm.
Bring your own folding chair if it looks like it’s going to be a nice evening and we can all gather on the lawn. If not, we’ll be inside.
RSVP – Tel 819.238.1470 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ontario singer-songwriter Tim Moxam and Aussie export Liz Stringer toured the latter’s home country together earlier this year, and now they’re getting set to embark on a string of dates across the eastern provinces of Moxam’s native land.
Their new single ‘Leave it All Behind’ has been featured on CBC Radio 2. You can give it a listen right here:
What’s The Story about Tim Moxam?
Moxam recruited a who’s who in Toronto’s music scene for his 2016 album Soft Summer: former bandmates, Adrian Cook (guitar) and Tony McKnight (bass) of Great Bloomers, Joshua Van Tassel (drums) of Great Lake Swimmers, and Lemon Bucket Orkestra’s Christopher Weatherstone (saxophone.) The songstresses Ivy Mairi (The Weather Station, Bruce Peninsula) and Raffa Weyman (RALPH and formerly Queen of the Fleet) provided accompanying vocals on several tracks. The album was recorded, mixed and produced by Chris Stringer, who has worked with Timber Timbre, Ohbijou, The Wooden Sky and Gentlemen Reg, among countless others. In 2016 Tim shared the stage with The Strumbellas, Donovan Woods, Coeur de Pirate, to name a few. His single Harvest For The Queen was #63 on CBC Radio 2’s Top 100 Songs of 2016 and #76 on CBCMusic’s Essential Songs of 2016.
What’s The Story about Liz Stringer?
Melbourne’s Liz Stringer, one of Australia’s most respected songwriters and musicians, returns to Canada in summer 2017, following a year of international touring to support the release of her acclaimed 2016 LP “All The Bridges”. Recorded in Portland, OR at Type Foundry Studio, with producer Adam Selzer (M Ward, The Decemberists, Jolie Holland) at the helm, and released in North America through Roaring Girl Records, “All The Bridges” has continued to solidify Stringer’s reputation for the highest quality musicianship, creative autonomy and intensely moving live shows.
All The Bridges hit a swag of favourite lists for 2016 in Australia, including the Inside Sleeve’s top five records of 2016 (ABC Radio National) and number one in the Best Australian Releases at Basement Discs record store, Melbourne.