March 16th, 2022

LIVE! on Elgin Presents: Hanorah

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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LIVE! on Elgin Presents: Season 2!

October 15th - March 26th at LIVE! on Elgin.
Presented with support from our partners:
Postering Ottawa, Collective Arts Brewing, & Loretta Media.
All Artwork Designed by Tina Wallace
This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.
Ce projet a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.

Hanorah, with special guest Amanda Lowe

For the good guys and the bad guys

Hanorah:
Hanorah grew up to the sound of the classic rock and soul music her parents were fond of. Early on, she developed a passion for powerful vocalists, such as Etta James, Amy Winehouse and Joss Stone. Following a sexual assault in 2012, she plunged into a state of deep distress. After seeking help and reading testimonies of other survivors, she decided to dive head first into songwriting. Her chance meeting with guitarist Paul De Rita (who became her partner and closest collaborator) marked a creative turning point. After reaching quarterfinals on Season 5 of hit Quebec reality show La Voix, Hanorah signed with Dare to Care Records. In 2019, the young artist toured Canada as an opening act for Coeur de Pirate; toured the United States with Seratones; won the FEQ (Festival d’Été de Québec) contest and grant; and has secured slots at Ottawa Bluesfest, POP Montreal (with Mavis Staples), International Jazz Fest of Montreal, and more. Her debut EP entitled “For the Good Guys and the Bad Guys” has amassed a million streams and counting, with a full-length album coming soon.

Amanda Lowe:
Born in Sri Lanka, raised on Prince Edward Island, and now setting roots in Ottawa, ON - Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya is a multilingual musician that writes sweet, heartbreaking, and enchanting experimental-folk music. Blending in her folk roots - from both islands that raised her, she creates a witty, warm and emotional vibe through her lyrics, her banter, and her instrumentation.

March 16th
7pm Doors // 8pm Show
$10 Advance | $15 at the door
Upstairs 220 Elgin Street