Madison Violet earns two ECMA nominations

Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac of the singer-songwriter duo Madison Violet have earned themselves two award nominations from the East Coast Music Association (ECMA). The pair have been nominated for Contemporary Roots Recording of the Year for their album, Everything’s Shifting, as well as Fans’ Choice Video of the Year for the single, “Tell Me”, directed by Jillian Martin.

Madison Violet is currently on tour in Europe promoting Everything’s Shifting and will be coming home for the Canadian leg of shows starting February 28 in Calgary. Here is the complete list of dates:

Feb 28 – Stampede Sessions, Calgary, AB
March 4 – Vic Juba Community Theatre, Lakeland College – Lloydminster, SK
March 5 – Majestic Theatre – Biggar, SK
March 6 – St. Stephen’s United Church – Hudson Bay, SK
March 7 – Eagle Point Event Centre – La Ronge, SK
March 9 – Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkston Regional High School – Yorkton, SK
March 10 – Event Centre, Swift Current, SK
March 11 – Mae Wilson Theatre – Moose Jaw, SK
March 12 – Station Arts Centre – Rosthern, SK
March 13 – Langenburg Arts Council – Langenburg, SK
March 18 – Humboldt and District Gallery – Humboldt, SK
March 20 – Luseland Homecoming Hall – Luseland, SK
March 21 – Brian King Centre – Warman, SK
April 16 – St James Community Square – Vancouver, BC
April 17 – Oak Bay Recreation Center – Victoria, BC
April 18 – NoXcuses Cafe – Parksville, BC
April 19 – United Church of Canada (Duncan) – Duncan, BC
April 21 – The Dream Cafe – Penticton, BC
April 24 – Prestige Hotel Vernon – Vernon, BC
April 25 – Harrison Memorial Hall – Harrison Hot Springs, BC
May 6 – The Carleton – Halifax, NS
May 7 – The Carleton – Halifax, NS
May 9 – King’s Theatre – Annapolis Royal, NS
May 13 – Dolan’s Pub – Fredericton, NB
May 14 – deCoste Performing Arts Centre – Pictou, NS
May 15 – The Iona Heights Inn – Iona, NS

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