Who: Alan Doyle & Kelly Prescott
When: November 28, 2021
Where: The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON
On November 28, Alan Doyle stopped by the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON, along with Kelly Prescott for a night of good music, energy, and fun.
Third generation, Ottawa Valley singer-songwriter, Kelly Prescott, started off the night with strong and soring serenades, mixed with sweet whispers, and country vibes. No stranger to the Grand Ole Opry, and sharing the stage with Country icon Terri Clark, and Dallas Smith. Soothing harmonies alongside guitarist and partner Chad Murphy, Prescott showcased her veteran music roots. Sharing stories of wit, plus wisdom, and turning mainstream norms upside-down. Kelly Prescott will leave you with soul-searching melodies, and some back-pocket tips for overcoming any challenge.
Alan Doyle, folk-rock Canadian Music Icon, and former frontman of East Coast Band, Great Big Sea headlined the night. Alan commanded the stage with the folk features of harmony, deep resonance, and the reels of tradition. Exuding East Coast charm straight from ‘The Rock’, Doyle and his band of piano, accordion, fiddle, and a thunderous heartbeat of the drums, were bigger than The Danforth Music Hall could hold. Songs filled with no shortage of Whisky, gathering, and feeling at home in the company of others. This energy will leave you with positivity in your heart, and many music memories.
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Wandering EMm Photography origins came from a wanderer who saw the world in vibrant colour, unique compositions, and an understanding of the dance between light and dark. With her ’Beastie’ as she affectionately calls her camera, EMm can be found at most events, festival, and of course, is a regular at a concert. EMm has a strong passion for music. Using her camera, EMm can capture that moment in time where melody meets lyric, and exists as memory. Musicians have a tiny window to imprint you with their gift of song, given as thoughts, emotions, and experiences. EMm would like to seize that opportunity, and photograph that moment when it all connects. ‘How far will you wander… creatively?’