The Hideaway Tour at Tractorgrease on Saturday July 8th at 7pm.
Tickets are $12 and available at 604 858 3814 during business hrs or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hideaway Tour features three independent singer/songwriters from Vancouver BC; Emily Rowed, Cassidy Waring and Sam Lynch. Sharing personal stories and perspectives, they are performing in diverse, intimate, inclusive spaces across western Canada, aiming to bring communities together in the name of music, storytelling, and authentic connection.
Emily is currently living out of a suitcase - she's let go of her apartment, car and most of her belongings for a fresh start and to explore a new part of the story. Her newest songs touch on falling in love with California, freedom, and adventure. With a new zest for life, she's excited to share what it's like to let go and to encourage friends, family, and audiences pursue what they truly love NOW.
Cassidy's been writing a lot about loss and that particular type of heartache. In a big way, music has helped her process the death of her mom. In her upcoming EP, “Leave it to the Dead”, she explores her experience through various waves of the many different emotions that accompany grieving. She believes in the power in vulnerability. Loss can be an uncomfortable, awkward and scary topic, but we all experience the weight of loss. Music can allow us to feel some of those messy feelings together, which is pretty neat!
Sam is a daydreamer, a wanderer, and a restless mind, who sings her heart onto her sleeve by way of reflective, honest lyrics, and a nuanced, emotionally transparent live performance. Upon returning from four months spent alone abroad, Sam fully surrendered to the magnetic pull to music that she had been resisting for so many years. am writes about all of the confusing and wonderful facets of being human; she seeks out the sweet spots where vulnerability and strength meet, where connection shines light into darkness, and where transient souls feel home.