The fifth Let’s Hear It concert series will be taking place on May 23rd at the Fox Cabaret!

Doors: 7pm
Music: 8pm

This +19 event will feature 3 showcasing artists:

 

des hume
BIO:
des hume is the moniker of songwriter, Thom Kolb. After years in the folk pop (41st & Home) and ambient electronic (Kinship) genres, the born and bred Vancouverite harnessed a challenging year to create his newest offering—the soulful, RnB-inspired Bub.

LISTEN: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0jR4cjFAcy3TmLw06xdKxh?si=aHJoVuIXTlyJa0MSy7hRsA

 

 

 

Fintan
BIO:
My name is Fintan and my new EP, titled Then We Fall, was released on March 22 on Amelia Recordings. Sparse and simple, each song on this EP takes me back to exactly where I was when it was written and exactly how I felt at that time – whether overjoyed or heartbroken.
I grew up playing live music, going from busking in Victoria to touring in Ireland and Germany, and I cannot wait for people to hear my new songs in person. I hope that you can hear yourself in these songs, and that they reflect your own life back as you listen. If they can make their way into your memories some day, I’ll feel like I did my job.

LISTEN: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1JLB3JYl1p8ob8o5Y35bT6?si=1_-eUpv-S7GP83qbR8ymaA

 

 

 

Biawanna

BIO:
Biawanna is a dynamic singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer who’s worked on multiple projects in different genres since they found their start at the age of seven. Their blend of indie-pop, RNB & dance-pop creates an energy that’s equal parts smart, sexy, and fierce. They channel a certain strength through their namesake, Biawanna, matriarch of the Solomon Islands, who gave birth to a long line of chiefs that they are a descendent of. Biawanna is currently getting ready to release their debut EP, ‘Care’, which should be expected soon.

LISTEN: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6t0pwOjbOSSqIkIzVaDYtg?si=3zuAzZEZR_aTKIsYBsWVvg

Tickets for this event are $5 in advance, $10 at the door

This venue is wheelchair accessible. The main cabaret room is accessible through a ramped entrance. There is also a wheelchair accessible washroom in the space as well.

We would also like to acknowledge and honour that this event is happening on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.

We thank our partners Creative BC, The Province of British Columbia, The Province, Do604, and Old Style Pilsner for their support on this initiative.