The Jessica Stuart Few: 2016

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Date
December 11, 2016
Time
16:00
Email
jinming.lau@gmail.com
Website
http://www.musikid.com/tour/6456
Venues
Venue Name
La Plantation
Address
Art base 1, D area, Hegezhuang village, Cuigezhuang township
Phone
51661201

The Jessica Stuart Few "The Passage" China Tour tickets on Musikid:
http://www.musikid.com/tour/6456

MusicDish*China is proud the present Canadian indie jazz-folk trio The Jessica Stuart Few's second tour of Chinese mainland in support of her latest album "The Passage". Kicking off on November 23rd with a live streaming performance and interview at live broadcasting platform Yema Live studios, the tour will cover ten cities including Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hefei, Jingzhou, Chengdu, Changsha, Wuhan and Shijiazhuang.

2016 “The Passage” China Tour
11.23 / 手机直播 Live Streaming / 野马现场 Yema Live
11.24 / 北京 Beijing / DDC
11.25 / 天津 Tianjin / 后巷现场 Back Alley
11.26 / 上海 Shanghai / Harley’s Underground
12.1 / 合肥 Hefei / On The Way (大摩店)
12.2 / 荆州 Jingzhou / VOX
12.3 / 成都 Chengdu / 小酒馆 Little Bar(芳沁店)
12.4 / 长沙 Changsha / 46live
12.8 / 武汉 Wuhan / VOX(武昌店)
12.9 / 石家庄 Shijiazhuang / 红糖 Brown Sugar
12.10 / 北京 Beijing / 璃墟剧场 La Plantation
12.11 / 北京 / 璃墟剧场 La Plantation

The name of this tour is “The Passage旅程”. It not only represents the Canadian Folk band The Jessica Stuart Few’s newest album “The Passage”, it also represents the band’s wish of visiting more cities in China and making more friends during this tour. They also wish the Chinese music lovers can pause once in a while during their “passage” of finding good music, and listen to The Jessica Stuart Few —— the sound from half a world away.

The Jessica Stuart Few "The Passage" China Tour tickets on Musikid:
http://www.musikid.com/tour/6456

Many are called, but the chosen are The Jessica Stuart Few. Simply put, when you’re the only koto-playing indie soul-jazz singer-songwriter in the west (the koto is a traditional Japanese 13-stringed instrument) whose trademark red hair and genre-bending dancefloor grooves have taken you on multiple tours throughout Asia and Australia, despite being Vancouver born and a Toronto native, you’re bound to raise an eyebrow (or 2000?) with your new album, The Passage. As an inventive genre-bending triple threat composer, guitarist, vocalist and contributor to the works of fellow nouveau musical innovators (e.g. Stuart sings back-up vocals on the forthcoming album by Polaris Prize and Juno Award-winning throat singer Tanya Tagaq featuring The Element Choir), shape shifting almost becomes necessary. Over the last three years Stuart has won Best Album award designations at the international IMA's (Independent Music Awards) and was the runner up in Harbourfront Centre's Soundclash Awards, among other accolades.

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