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SAT AUG 24 | Madeleine Roger | 9pm

"Madeleine’s voice stays with you, reminiscent at times of a young Joni Mitchell." - Mojo

Tickets advanced at Eventbrite $20 (+ fees & taxes) HERE or $(25+taxes) @ the door.

“Madeleine's excellent songwriting, ear for traditional-sounding melodies, fabulous voice, and skillful guitar playing give them a timeless quality, though they speak directly to our time.” - Stan Rogers Folk Festival

Madeleine Roger (she/her) is a singer-songwriter from Winnipeg, Canada. While skillfully accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, it is her artistry as a songwriter and storyteller that can silence a room, uniting her lyrical prowess with breathtaking melodies that linger long after they are sung. Her critically-acclaimed debut album Cottonwood is a collection of songs that reflect on femininity and equality, the majesty of the wilderness, and the beautiful awkwardness of trying to love another person. Cottonwood reached the No. 1 spot on the National folk/roots charts in Canada, and also saw Madeleine nominated for both “English Songwriter of the Year” at the 2020 Canadian Folk Music Awards and “Producer of the Year” at the 2019 Western Canadian Music Awards.

Her sophomore album "Nerve" will be released in August 2024, and was produced by Josh Kaufman (Anaïs Mitchell, Bob Weir, Bonny Light Horseman, Hiss Golden Messenger). "Nerve" is a deeply personal body of work examining every nook and cranny of love and loss, and touches the exposed nerve left over from a breakup with a long-term lover and musical collaborator, the death of a soul-friend, a prolonged illness, the secret of an unrequited love, months of caring for a dying grandparent, and finding peace in spite of it. The album was tracked over 4 days at The Isokon in Kingston NY with engineer D. James Goodwin.

She has toured extensively across Canada and Europe sharing her music live at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Vancouver Island Music Festival, Stan Rogers Folk Festival, Summerfolk Festival of Arts and Crafts, Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival, Calgary Folk Club, and Festival Du Voyageur, among others.

Facebook: /madeleinerogermusicInstagram: @madeleinerogerTikTok: @madeleine.rogerYouTube: /madeleineroger


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