Toronto’s Folk-Jazz power trio The Jessica Stuart Few have made their annual trip across the country, introducing their sophomore album Two Sides To Every Story to BC and Alberta. Touring in support of the March 2013 release the album is led off by the debut single and video, “Don’t Ya”, which music critic Errol Nazareth calls, “the perfect 3-minute pop song”. Following their May tour across eastern Canada, this is also a chance for Jessica to get reacquainted with her Vancouver roots.
In live performances, the band wows audiences with their unique and remarkable sound; folk, rock and jazz accompanied by Stuart’s proficiency on the koto, a traditional Japanese floor harp, as well as the guitar. Drummer Tony Nesbitt-Larking and double bassist Charles James, bring charisma, quality musicianship and tight 3-part vocal harmonies to every performance.
Join The Jessica Stuart Few as they begin their West Coast tour in Vancouver followed by stops all across the west.
August 1st: The Railway Club, VANCOUVER, BC
August 2nd: Music at the Cannery Concert Series, STEVESTON, BC
August 3rd: The Corner Bistro, NANAIMO, BC
August 4th: Merlin’s Son Home Theatre (House Concert, 1983 Fairfield), VICTORIA, BC
August 6th @ 12p: Summer in the Square, VICTORIA, BC
August 6th @ 8p: House Concert, SALT SPRING ISLAND, BC
August 7th @ 8p: Canadian Music Centre, VANCOUVER, BC
August 8th: The Yellow House Restaurant, KELOWNA, BC
August 9-10th: One Eleven Grill, RED DEER, AB
August 10th: Jazz at the Lake Festival, RED DEER/SYLVAN LAKE, AB
August 12th: Summer Street Fest (Grizzly Plaza), REVELSTOKE, BC
August 13th: Parks Alive!, KELOWNA, BC
August 14th: Brittany’s Lounge, EDMONTON, AB
August 15th: Kawa Espresso, CALGARY, AB
August 16-17th: Robson Valley Music Festival, DUNSTER, BC
August 18th: Jazz at the Lake Festival, RED DEER/SYLVAN LAKE, AB