Tragedy Ann is a Forward-looking Folk duo from Guelph, Ontario.
Braiding organic vocal harmonies with organ, accordion, singing saw, and guitars, Tragedy Ann’s arrangements are as delicate as they are driving. Their concerts emanate “…the honesty and enthusiasm of people who can’t help but create and perform.” (Jon Farmer, Georgian Bay Roots).
With their new album Heirlooms, Liv Cazzola and Braden Phelan issue a call for deeper connection with each other and with the natural world. The answer to this call is reflected both in the collaborative creation process and the meaningful ways in which Heirlooms is being shared. Setting these intentions rooted them and provided the insight needed to nourish the project and create something lasting.
Heirlooms is an opportunity to reconnect, share stories and learn.
In addition to their musical endeavours as a duo, they can also be seen on-stage with The Lifers, heard on their peers’ albums (such as Moonfruits’ Salt and Annie Sumi’s Solastalgia), and found facilitating songwriting workshops and music lessons. At home, their musical and personal lives are inevitably married – both literally and figuratively.
Fri March 1 Georgetown ON
Sat March 2 Guelph ON
Sun March 3 Waterloo ON
Wed March 6 Alma ON
Thurs March 7 Vasey ON
Fri March 8 Minden, ON
Tues March 12 Thomasburg ON
Wed March 13 Hamilton
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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.