Tamara Williamson SUMMER SHOWS 2022
April 22/23 Woodpile Collective. Sandford.
THE BREAK-UP DIET
I ARTED IN CHURCH. Flesherton
THE BREAK-UP DIET
JUNE 10 FRIDAY Doors 7pm /SHOW 8
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37 Sydenham St, Flesherton.
HEARTWOOD HALL. Owensound.
THE BREAK-UP DIET
June 12. Doors 220.127.116.11 show
Home County Music & Art Festival 2022
July 16 2022. Victoria Park, London.
Second Wedge Brewery
July 17. 3pm Uxbridge
Springtide Music Festival. Uxbridge
April 25 2020 Collingwood Simcoe Street Theatre.
April 26. 2020 Owen Sound Heartwood Hall.
ONE SHOW ONLY.
THE PARADISE THEATRE.
JAN 19. 2020.
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Tuesday 20. 11.59pm
Wednesday 21. 8.20pm
Thursday 22. 12pm
Friday 23. 2.15pm
Saturday 24. 4.30pm
Sunday 25. 8pm
THE BREAK UP DIET AT THE TORONTO FRINGE JULY 3-14 2019.
ROBERT GILL THEATRE.
214 College Street
7. 9.45 PM
11. 8.30 PM
14. 1.45 PM
Nov 3. Mill's Hardwear Hamilton.
7 PM – 11 PM
95 King St. E., Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1A9.
Nov 4. Gordon Best Theatre Peterborough.
6 PM – 9 PM
216 Hunter St W, Peterborough, Ontario K9H 2L2. (705) 876-8884
November 9 Burdock Wearhouse.
201 Geary Ave, TorontoBuy tickets ➡ http://burdockto.com/shows/?show=1413
$15 advance // $20 door
Audio Book with Charles Spearin and Tamara Williamson 2018
Both Charles Spearin and Tamara Williamson have had active and influential musical careers in Canada since the 90s, profoundly shaping the landscape of Toronto’s music scene. Each will be sharing new works, ideas, and music in an intimate live performance.
Blending instrumental music and spoken word into a moving, experimental, and thoughtful style,
Charles Spearin’s work discovers and plays with the musicality of everyday life. His artistic approach borrows from his Buddhist practice to find beauty and resonance in the commonplace. For Audio Book, audiences will also hear Spearin play the nickelharpa, a traditional Swedish string instrument that combines the fiddle and the hurdy-gurdy. His stunning performance and unique approach will make the hairs on your arms stand on end. Spearin is a multi-instrumentalist is primarily known as a founding member of the instrumental post-rock ensemble Do Make Say Think and an original member of the indie-rock collective Broken Social Scene. His most recent work – and first solo album – innocently titled “The Happiness Project” centers around recorded conversations with his downtown neighbours and plays with the cadence of their voices as though they were songs.
Tamara Williamson’s gentle yet commanding vocal style moves with unexpected grace, often covering subject matter that is personal, evocative, and humorous all at once. Williamson’s performance will include readings from one of her books, infused with live dramatic songs played by her band Mrs. Torrance that showcase her incredible talent for storytelling and musical performance.
Martin Tielli (of Rheostatics) describes Williamson as: “Someone who can take a room and transpose it onto another plane, a voice without restrictions.”
Well known for being a member of the band Mrs. Torrance before embarking on a solo career in 2000, Williamson has been featured on Much Music and The New Music Show, voted fourth best concert of the year in 2003 (ahead of Greenday and behind Bjork), fronted the trip hop band Microbunny (which won the CBC new search in 2002), signed to a French label and played shows across Europe and North America. She is currently a member of the ukulele project CROW with Patty Ewaschuk, Chris Waller and Jason Woodhams.
For Audio Book Williamson will be joined by the other members the band Mrs. Torrance, who will be playing together again with new material. Also joining will be Sarah Fazackerley, a multi instrumented blues/rock singer based out of the GTA.
Join us for a night of surprises.