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Dec 17, 2015

A Winter's Night of Music

A Winter's Night of Music

Saturday, January, 23, 2016

7-10 pm

@ Loft 112 (112, 535 8 Ave. SE Calgary)


Enjoy a night of engaging live music performances from Chris Gheran and The Lisa Anderson Band.
Artwork by Jason Krahn will be available for viewing and purchase as well as candles and artwork by Winterfield.

Early Bird - $10
Adult - $12
Youth - $10
$15 at the door

Includes hot beverages, snacks, and door prizes.

Chris Gheran writes and sings his fresh Hard Folk the old-fashioned way. Think acoustic. Think lyrics that touch your soul. Sounds like John Lennon. Charms like George Formby.
Monster (2008) rocks out his Hard Folk band style; Coup d'etat (2010) is a solo collection of unique perspectives on war and society; Calgary (2011) has a calico sound; and MATTERHORN (2012) was recorded in his own studio.
Opening with "Working Class Hero," Chris charmed the fans of Brandi Carlile. He kicked off 2015 performing on the VIA Rail train to Toronto and back with a show at The Cavern. 2014 included a song written in only 7 days as part of the global Acoustic Guitar Project, showcasing at Folk Allliance in Kansas City, East Coulee Springfest, and Calgary Stampede, along with songwriting competitions: South Country Fair and Calgary Folk Music Festival.
Chris has confidently opened for The Fray, The Doll Sisters, Lucas Chaisson, The Wailin' Jennys and Jonathan Richman.


Lisa Anderson writes and performs whimsical piano pop tunes. She has performed across Canada and Spain and released her debut album in 2013. She is currently working on her sophomore album which is set to be released in 2016. Lisa will be accompanied by Maxwell McFadyen on upright bass and Nicole Romeril on violin. Both of these accomplished musicians play in several groups around Calgary and regardless of the genre they are playing, they always bring their unique flair and passion to the mix.


Jason Krahn is a Canadian artist born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. Surrounded by family in the construction trades Jason grew up developing a keen eye and interest for details and design. Jason has always been creative and draws inspiration from life, whether it is found in his family, or the mountains and prairies of Alberta and even his dreams, art is part of him.
At a young age Jason's creativity primarily focused on realism drawing and special effects for film leading him through multiple animation courses at Applied Multimedia Centre, as well as traveling and visiting various special effects houses in California. As all artists work evolves, Jason's has matured as well. After experimenting with every medium from sculpture to landscape painting, he focused his passion on photography, and abstract painting.