April 2 2016 | 8 PM doors, show 8:30
Victoria House Concert B | 1726 Stanley Ave
$10 at the door
Noah Edwards, Daniel Moir and Zoubi And The Sea at Victoria House Concert B for an evening of lyrical melody and acoustic fun!
Noah Edwards, based out of Victoria BC, writes songs with conviction and honesty. He seamlessly blends indie rock, folk, blues and post rock soundscapes with his take on west coast Canadian rock. His dynamic songs range from dark ambient ballads to high energy anthems about love, loss and life on the west coast. He has toured Canada several times, and has a song featured on CBC Radio's All Points West.
Daniel Moir is a Canadian singer/songwriter/producer who resides in Vancouver, and has currently released three solo albums. Daniel has played at numerous festivals and conferences, and has toured extensively in both Canada and the United States. Daniel has toured with artists like (Grapes of Wrath vocalist/guitarist) Kevin Kane, and performed with artists locally like Kathleen Edwards, Shad and Timber Timbre. His songs have seen chart positions on college radio and placements with NBC, with his song "Change the World" (2008 release "the Country and the Sea") appearing in the season finale of the hit American TV series "Mercy".
Zoubi Arros (solo):
What is a Zoubi? She is a quirky, quiet thing raised in the woods on Hornby Island, BC. She was once given a guitar and soon found peace in spilling her guts over tranquil melodies. Now, Zoubi's folk sounds weave a cloth that Hannah Georgas may have crafted in the 1950's. Her authenticity enchants and leads listeners through a whirlwind of emotional connection seated in folk-pop tunes. She seeks to share stories that are difficult to discuss and with grit and some giggles, does just that.
Singer/songwriter, heavily influenced by John Mayer, Matthew Good, Sam Roberts and City and colour. Hoping to find a solid rhythm section and play some gigs, if you're a drummer or bassist please feel free to send me a message. more info
What is a Zoubi? She is a quirky, quiet thing raised in the woods on Hornby Island, BC. She was once given a guitar and soon found peace in spilling her guts over tranquil melodies. Now, Zoubi sounds like a Hannah Georgas raised in the 50's. Her authenticity enchants and leads listeners through a whirlwind of emotional connection seated in ... more info