Hezekiah Procter, Carolyn Mark, Jenny Whiteley
“Best Country/Folk Act” in Cult MTL Magazine five years in a row
7:00pm - 10:00pm
coastal and western from Victoria BC
Hezekiah Procter / Carolyn Mark / Jenny Whiteley
$25, All Ages
Thurs, Oct 19th, 7pm
Hezekiah Procter (alter ego of Li’l Andy) Featuring the great Teilhard Frost!
The New York Times has described Li’l Andy as “…a performer who commands a stage effortlessly through his baritone voice and engaging between-song banter…” The Village Voice calls his music “Roots-based Americana that actually deserves to be made”. In the past decade, he has released 4 albums, toured Canada extensively, and been named “Best Country/Folk Act” in Cult MTL Magazine five years in a row.
No Depression magazine calls Li’l Andy “Montreal’s best country songwriter today.” The Village Voice describes his music as “Roots-based Americana that actually deserves to be made”. In the past decade, he has released 4 albums, toured Canada extensively, been featured in the New York Times, and been named “Best Country/Folk Act” in Cult MTL five years in a row.
Andy began performing in Montreal in 2003. Since that time, he has developed a reputation for producing grandiose, one-of-a-kind concerts in the city’s most prestigious concert halls. Most recently, the Pop Montreal Festival and the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art hand-picked him to lead 5 Albums/5 Concerts, a multi-part concert series that sold out within a day of being announced, allowing him to play with some of Quebec’s most revered music stars. In 2013,
The conceived and mounted Li’l Andy 3D, the world’s first simultaneous live concert and 3D movie, in collaboration with the NFB.
Known for his bitingly witty songwriting and dark country-noir sound, Andy is a two-time award winner at GAMIQ (Quebec Independent Music Awards). His new album, All The Love Songs Lied To Us, will be released in September 2019.
“… a performer who commands a stage effortlessly through his baritone voice and engaging between-song banter…”. —The New York Times
“★★★★½ While the Engines Burn is a crowning achievement in an already glowing discography… Simply put, this is great.”
“★★★★ The Montreal-based singer may well have revived and reinvented quintessential Canadiana.”
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