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Jadea Kelly

October 1 @ 7:30 pm

$22.00

Jadea Kelly

She has co written and toured (as opener and backing vocalist) with the likes of Justin Rutledge, Whitehorse, Judy Collins, Catherine MacLellan, Royal Wood, Kelly Prescott, Sweet Alibi, Peter Katz, The Digging Roots, Leela Gilday and Joey Landreth. She has also performed and showcased her music across Canada, The United States and Europe, performing at the likes of Americana Fest (Nashville TN), Winnipeg Folk Festival, Calgary Folk Festival, Edmonton’s Interstellar Rodeo, Metal Toronto and Peterborough Folk Festival. Despite her Americana influence, she is also the featured vocalist with JUNO award winning metal group Protest the Hero (Kezia, Scurrilous and Volition).

In 2016 Jadea was awarded ‘Contemporary Singer of the Year’ at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for her 2016 release ‘Love & Lust’. Its featured single ‘Beauty’ was placed on the Lifetime Network feature ‘No One Would Tell’ and the 2017 CBC Rio Paralympics, a viral opening montage portraying the life and struggle of Terry Fox. Her most recent EP (MWI / 2019) received ‘Best Score & Music’ accolades from the Hollywood Independent Documentary Awards. MWI is the official soundtrack for ‘Met While Incarcerated the Film’, which aired on the Documentary Channel and CBC in March 2019.

She also spearheaded the 2018 collective ‘Canada Covers Tom Petty’, featuring an impressive collection of tributes from Matt Mays, Terra Lightfoot, Dwayne Gretsky, Molly Brown and the Redhill Valleys. Jadea also hosts a semi annual Canadian songwriter showcase in Los Angeles through the celebrated Hotel Cafe ‘Monday Monday’ concert series.

Following a pandemic pause, Jadea Kelly returns triumphantly in 2022 with her long awaited fourth studio album. Titled ‘Roses’ and set for release on March 4th, 2022 (Darth Jadea Music / Tonetree). The album was produced by a collection of artists, including Aaron Goldstein (Matt Mays / Daniel Romano), Joel Schwartz (Dionne Taylor), Rich Jacques (Lisa Loeb) and Joe Moralez (Skyler Day).

“I ended up tracking a majority of the album in Toronto with my Canadian friends and bandmates, in person and virtually. It felt full circle to record in Canada after 4 exploratory years in the US. I love California with all my heart. It is my new found home and has provided a playground to rediscover my confidence, my freedom, my voice and a collection of songs that truly reflects my journey to health”.

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Details

Date:
October 1
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
$22.00
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Venue

Bracebridge Hall
17A Manitoba Street
Bracebridge, ON P1L 1S4 Canada
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Organizer

Bracebridge Hall
Phone:
+1 (249) 502-0965
Email:
keith@bbhall.ca

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General Admission
$ 22.00