As the evenings grow longer and the temperatures start to fall one needs a little something to warm the soul…a little groove mixed in with some country pop and a whole lot of soul….We got you covered with our next show featuring Ian Janes on November 2. Tickets are now available on EventBrite.
Ian Janes is one of the best songwriters from the East Coast, like, ever…- Bob Mersereau”
Ian Janes is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer living in Dartmouth but spending a couple of months a year between Nashville and Los Angeles writing music and performing.
Janes’ latest release Yes Man was given 4 out of 5 possible stars by Rolling Stone France, chosen as ‘disc of the day” by Le Journal de Montréal, nominated for four 2017 Music Nova Scotia awards, nominated for ‘Pop Recording of the Year’ at the 2018 East Coast Music Awards and was one of 9 national finalists for Sirius XM’s ‘Top Of The Country’ competition.
“…one of the most beautiful albums of the year. Brilliant, inspired, magnificently played and written.”)
– Rolling Stone France
In March of 2017, CMT’s “Nashville” closed it’s ‘mid-season finale’ with Ian’s song “Can’t Remember Never Loving You” as performed by the show’s two stars, Charles ‘Deacon’ Esten and Connie ‘Rayna” Britton. The song was co-written with veteran Nashville songwriter Byron Hill (George Straight, George Jones, Ray Charles, Dionne Warwick). Between the soundtrack version and Ian’s own version (released January 2018), the song has been streamed over 650,000 times on Spotify alone.
NOTE: As with all of our shows, the artist takes 100 % of the face value of tickets plus merchandise sales. We provide the stage (and hopefully a full house of listeners). Our evenings are always BYOB. We offer snacks and welcome shareable snacks if you feel so inclined (like if you need to unload some #stormchips or Halloween Candy).
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