Come join us in Winnipeg for a special homecoming evening of stories and songs featuring three Nashville based singer-songwriters sharing the stage at the Purple Room At The Frame Arts Warehouse, 318 Ross Avenue, Dec. 19th at 8 PM. Hosted by comedian Ryan Ash.
Growing up in a small farm community in Southeast Manitoba, Jason Kirkness found his heart in country music, since heavily influenced by the new Nashville sound. A songwriter by nature, his first full-lenth album “Life on the Road” was released to radio in 2011. Jason has performed hundreds of shows throughout Manitoba and Canada including opening for George Canyon, Dwight Yoakum, The Roadhammers and Deric Ruttan.
2011 Winner of the Canadian Radio Star National Songwriting Competition, Winnipeg born Heather Longstaffe is a dynamite presence on stage. Describing herself as the musical love child of Shania Twain and Celine Dion she is sure to impress. Recently signed with EMI Canada, performing and writing in Nashville and Los Angeles, keep your eye out for her newly released video and single “Gonna Take A Woman”.
With her unique story-telling blend of country, folk & bluegrass, two-time European CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Ashley Robertson has garnered an impressive amount of critical and international success. Nashville based but Winnipeg born and raised she most recently toured the United Kingdom supporting her latest album “Start Again”. She has performed at legendary venues like the Troubadour Club in London and The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee.