September 24th, 2021
THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO HAS MANDATED THAT ALL GUESTS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF HAVING HAD 2 APPROVED DOSES OF COVID-19 VACCINATION AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR TO ATTENDING A PERFORMANCE.
LIVE! ON ELGIN WILL REQUIRE PROOF UPON ENTRY
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22ND.
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Joe Mcleod at LIVE! on Elgin with Neha Sin & Lauren Carson
Advanced Tickets Only!
Grab a table of 5 for you and your friends!
Joe McLeod is a Canadian Singer-Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who blends the lines of Folk and Pop. The combination of poetic hooks and lyrically diverse writing both acoustically and with his backing band, allow his powerfully emotive vocals to soar.
Joe has been working on the production of his debut album “Cloud Berries In Alaska” with members of the Canadian Indie-Rock group The Elwins. After extensively touring, being booked on the major festival circuit and opening for acts such as The Rural Alberta Advantage and Limblifter, McLeod has no plans to slow down.
“He’s one of those singers able to use his music to speak to you on a higher level. It’s catchy, but also insightful and may cause you to think about life, living, and the people around you in a deeper fashion.” - V13 Aaron Willshick
Described as having a voice that satisfies a listener’s craving for “melted butter” one can’t help but cozy up to the unmistakable voice of Lauren Carson. Born and raised in Kingston, she has opened for artists such as Ryland James and Long Range Hustle and was a finalist in The Shot Canada: Remastered. She hopes her honest, relatable music will welcome both old friends and newfound listeners.
Neha Sin is a local Ottawa musician with a warm, honey-folk sound. With two years of professional performance experience in various venues, bars and coffee shops, she has created a name and presence for herself in Ottawa’s musical scene including being featured in Ottawa’s FolkFest 2020 and collaborating with CBC. Neha Sin released her Debut EP, Signs of Pink ‘til Morning in November of 2018. Her sound is influenced by the pared down, hazy acoustics of Bob Dylan, Phoebe Bridgers, and Passenger. She finds lyrical inspiration in the contemporary folk verses of The Lumineers, Dan Griffin, and Leonard Cohen.
In her work, the attention Neha Sin pays to experience is unbiased – the smallest of scenes and the grandest of emotions are depicted with the same tender respect. She is a modern folk storyteller, combining silky reverb with tales of nature and mixed-bag love affairs. Her verse focuses on the transitional. How do twenty-somethings move nowadays? Where are they going, who are they leaving, and what do they yearn towards? Neha Sin exists in the liminal space of morning light as she suggests both questions and answers. She floats between places and spaces and chords. Neha Sin sings with all the tender, nostalgic cling of warm honey.
8:00pm Doors // 9:00pm Show
$75 for a table of 5.
Upstairs 220 Elgin Street