International Women's Day Concert: Prince Albert

When

  • March 8, 2019 - Doors at: 6:30pm / Showtime: 7:00pm

Where

Jam Street Music Sessions

1026 1st Ave. W, Prince Albert, SK

In celebration of International Women's Day, SaskMusic, with the support of The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings (FACTOR) is presenting or sponsoring simultaneous events in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Swift Current. FACTOR-sponsored events are also happening right across Canada! #FACTORfundedWomensDay

Our Prince Albert performers will include:
Mercy Glover (Prince Albert)
Atlanta Jane (Goodsoil)
Liza Brown (Liza Brown and Crazy Fox) (Prince Albert)
Lisa Moen (Saskatoon)

This is an all-ages event, children are welcome. We're strongly encouraging you to purchase in advance as this event is likely to sell out. If not sold out in advance, tickets will be available at the door, cash only; $10 or PWYC. Admission proceeds are going to the PA Safe Shelter for Women (www.pasafeshelter.ca).

Tickets available now > https://saskmusic.wufoo.com/forms/international-womens-day-concerts-tickets/

MERCY GLOVER is currently in Grade 10. She has a love for all music including country, pop, and alternative, and has been performing in shows since she was just 12 years old. As a solo artist, Mercy has performed in shows like Voices of the North, the Voice of PA, Hillbilly Jamboree, Rock My Gypsy Soul, and the Country North Show.

ATLANTA JANE, at 16, is well known in her hometown of Goodsoil. She’s already performed throughout Saskatchewan and farther afield, including a long list of performances for charitable events. Music is a top priority for Atlanta, along with school, friends, and family. Her pop style was first ignited from her involvement in musical theatre, and admiration for artists such as Adele and Ed Sheeran. Working part time at a local café, Atlanta saved her tips for a year to buy her beloved white Gretsch guitar. She plays an active part on the family farm and in the community, as a vocal coach and guitar teacher to young students.

LIZA JAYNE BROWN is a Metis/Cree woman who grew up north of the Saskatchewan River, and fell in love with music at a young age. She is greatly influenced by classic country, folk, and R&B, and loves all kinds of music, performing contemporary country/folk. She has released one album of original music with topics including love, heartbreak, survival, and joy, and is working on her second.

LISA MOEN is proud to be a small town female country singer/songwriter, originally from Outlook SK. Her ability to tell stories in her songwriting and natural feel onstage makes for a memorable show. She has had success with her original music at Canadian radio and plays with her band all over Saskatchewan and beyond. In 2018, she won the Sask. Country Music Associaiton’s Country Music Person of the Year, and Planet S Magazine’s Best Solo Act. Lisa is excited to part of the National Cast for Telemiracle 2019. She has a new single and video coming out this spring, and lots of shows coming up for spring/summer.

Category

Performances/Concerts

Back to Events