Yo Canada! Red House Records North Stars
Ruth Moody and The Bills: Canadian Folk-Rock Music Concert
$30.00 - $50.00
$16.00 - $26.00*
The Canadian stars of Red House Records visit their neighbors to the south with a concert of some of their best music. Best known as a founding member of the Canadian group the Wailin' Jennys, Ruth Moody is an award-winning singer-songwriter ("One Voice") who has performed on NPR's A Prairie Home Companion
and PBS' Great Performances
. The Bills are an acoustic folk music quintet from the west coast of Canada. Praised by The Glasgow Herald
as "the biggest blast of fresh air to come out of Canada since The Band," The Bills are known for their instrumental virtuosity, lush vocal arrangements and exuberant live performances.
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The O’Shaughnessy is one of the Twin Cities’ premiere venues for showcasing the arts. During the first 15 years of operation the hall was filled with classical, orchestral, and modern music. After the construction of the Ordway Music Theatre in St. Paul, and Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, The O’Shaughnessy established itself as a venue for regional and local dance community organizations such as CAAM Chinese Dance, TU Dance, Katha Dance, Ballet Minnesota, and countless others. In addition, the venue features performances by a number of local arts companies, hosts public events, student performances and multicultural programming with an emphasis on dance, music and theater. The O’Shaughnessy is the home of Women of Substance, which showcases the artistry and innovative work of women, both prominent and emerging in their field, whose voices need to be heard.