Graham Lindsey & Maddy O’Regan
Southern British Columbia
& maddy o’regan
Graham Lindsey has become a household name in the world of Canadian folk music by infusing his performances with an infectious energy capable of sweeping up both audiences and fellow musicians. His mastery of instruments like the mandolin, tenor banjo, and guitar is a magnetic draw for fans and session players alike. Whether performing solo or collaborating with other talented artists, Graham’s original compositions are undeniably catchy, leaving melodies lingering in your mind for days.
His musical journey has brought him some well-deserved recognition, including a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for his debut album, TradHead (2019), and a Songs From the Heart Instrumental Award from Folk Music Ontario for his track “Fractions” on his second album.
Maddy O’Regan is no ordinary musician; she’s a singer-songwriter, a violin virtuoso, and a fiddler, all rolled into one. When this Ottawa-based musician takes the stage, her presence and her music combine to produce masterful violin performances with powerful vocals, delivering deeply resonant songs.
Maddy’s musical journey has led her to share the spotlight with remarkable acts such as Jessica Pearson and the East Wind, Amanda Rheaume, Tara Shannon, Moonfruits, and Graham Lindsey.
In her latest project, she partners with guitarist Ethan Mitchell to create Nyx and Lightsmith. Together, they craft poetic songs that venture into the everyday experiences of love, loss, and the profound feelings of solitude.
Southern British Columbia November 2023
November 15 Squamish BC
November 16 North Vancouver BC
November 17 Anmore BC
November 18 Ashcroft BC
November 19 Kamloops BC, Matinee Concert
November 21 Merritt BC
November 22 Mission BC
November 23 Victoria BC
November 24 Saltair BC
November 25 Courtenay BC
November 26 Powell River BC Matinee Concert
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Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous acknowledges that we operate on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininew and Dakota peoples, and on the homeland of the Metis nation. We have produced thousands of concerts across Canada, a land home to well over 600 First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities.