Behind The Songs & Trifecta Concert Series

There’s a couple of multi-musician showcases happening in Regina tonight.

At Creative City Centre (1843 Hamilton), there’s another instalment in the popular Behind the Songs series where local singer-songwriters sit down with each other to talk about their craft and perform songs for the audience. Stepping up tonight are Megan Nash, Grey Gritt and the Stillhouse Poets. As always, there will be an open mike afterwards.

Doors at Creative City Centre are at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are $20. You can find out more information on the CCC website.

Just down the street at Ragged Ass Barbers (1965 Hamilton, above Victoria’s Tavern) there’s the second instalment in the Trifecta Concert Series. The performers tonight are Keiffer McLean, Nick Faye, Acadence, Madison Nichol and Nolan Grand. Doors are at 7 p.m., and admission is $8 before 9 p.m., and $10 after.

To close, here’s a 2015 video for Nick Faye’s song “Head In Your Hands”:


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