Shivering Songs Presents: The Olympic Symphonium Album Release
Hitting the road April 4, The Olympic Symphonium will take their new album, Chance To Fate (March 18, Forward Music Group), to audiences in Eastern Canada and New England before performing at home.
Recorded at the legendary and possibly haunted Salty Towers Inn over four days, the album marks the first time the band has invited outside voices into the creative process. Produced by Joshua Van Tassel (Great Lake Swimmers, David Myles, Megan Bonnell) and engineered by Brad Perry, the album also sees “No Saving Grace” written and sung by lap-steel player Dennis Goodwin, and “All In Your Head” co-written by Fredericton poet Christopher Goodwin.
PEI’s Catherine MacLellan will make a long-awaited return to New Brunswick with The Olympic Symphonium Friday May 2 in Fredericton as part of the release shows for their fourth studio album, Chance To Fate.
MacLellan’s largely acoustic-driven songs are a welcome fit to The Olympic Symphonium’s contemplative music. As long-time musical friends these artists have had the pleasure of collaborating together on stage and in the studio.
Nova Scotia’s Jennah Barry, who turned heads at this year’s Shivering Songs festival, will also join these shows as special guest and collaborator.
MAY 2 – Fredericton, NB – The Wilmot United Church
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IN PERSON: Cedar Tree Cafe, 418 Queen St, Fredericton, NB E3B 1B6
DOORS: 7PM SHOW: 8PM