Join the National Music Centre (NMC) for musical afternoons in East Village’s open-air urban square (corner of 4 St. SE & 7 Ave. SE), running every Sunday between 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, from August 13 to September 3, 2017.
On August 27, see featured act and Americana-fused powerhouse The Doll Sisters with openers Brooke Wylie Music & Jay Bowcott.
Soak up the sun as local performers light up East Village Calgary. These free, family-friendly concerts are the perfect complement to visiting the nearby Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre.
Upcoming performance: Sundays in C-Square with West of Mabou (September 3).
*Performances are weather permitted.
About The Doll Sisters
The Doll Sisters are a fierce duo with a fistful of heart. Drawing from their rich Irish and Scottish heritage, as well as from roots and rock, they have created an unorthodox and captivating sound that is uniquely their own. Skillful multi-instrumentalists, they fuse unbridled vocals and stellar songwriting to electrify audiences all across North America.
About Brooke Wylie
Brooke Wylie is a uniquely Canadian country-roots singer-songwriter. With a signature voice and beautifully-crafted songs, her distinct style of music and quirky tales about love and the Canadian landscape span three albums and performances throughout Canada.
About Jay Bowcott
Jay Bowcott is an alt-country musician from Medicine Hat. He travels as a one-man band, and is heavily influenced by greats such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle, John Prine, Jackson Brown and many others.