JoJo Worthington Album Release with Loveland & John Paul Bergeron- Friday May 20th

20
May 2016
Friday

jojo-worthington

Join the Two Lines Tour [ \ \ ] on May 20th 2016. Accompanied by a full band, JoJo Worthington will perform her new album “\ \” at Governor’s Pub & Eatery in Sydney, Nova Scotia alongside Nova Scotia’s own Loveland and John-Paul Bergeron

[Doors at 10pm/ Music at 10:30pm]
[$6 cover]

 

10:30pm / John-Paul Bergeron
[https://www.reverbnation.com/johnpaulbergeron]

11:30pm / Loveland
Loveland plays soulful songs with modern symphonic stylings, a strong groove and seductive dance sensibilities. In Halifax, we are known for our signature vocals and unique lyrical charm. We started playing in June of 2015 and have been highly productive in our brief history writing almost two albums worth of material. We have played at least a show a month and have quickly garnered a reputation for putting on emotive performances. The group as a whole has a high dedication for song-craft for us this means making the songs rhythmically, sonically and melodically interesting with an attention to detail for each song. Our sound is channelled through soul music from influences like Curtis Mayfield, alongside more experimental music such as Vangelis, Kate Bush and Harry Hosono. We carefully consider our inspirations while striving to create a unique and niche sound.
[http://lovelandband.com/]

12:30am / JoJo Worthington
A soft tour-de-force, her vocalizations, ingenuity with looping techniques, and completely refreshing take on the often blasé instrument, the ukulele, is pushing this Experimental-Folk musician to create some of the most forward-thinking music of her generation. JoJo Worthington is a Canadian artist hailing from Waterloo, Ontario, creating soundscapes wherever she goes. With haunting choral loops, orchestral ukulele riffs, and striking spacey vocals, JoJo draws the onlookers in, slowly and with complete control. With a nod to influences of the present, St. Vincent, Grimes, Alt-J, S. Carey, and others, she finds a beautiful, swelling sound completely her own; a rare find in a sea of ukulele-based music.
[http://jojoworthington.com/]