An Evening with Ron Sexsmith (rescheduled date)
Saturday 5 March 2022, doors 7.00pm
RNCM Concert Hall
NEW DATE. This event was originally scheduled to take place on Sunday 7 June 2020 and was previously postponed to November 2020 and June 2021. Original tickets are still valid.
“It is with great disappointment that due to the global pandemic we are unsure whether this concert will be able to take place in June, therefore we have taken the decision to postpone it to the 5 of March 2022. All tickets will remain valid and will be automatically transferred over to the new date.”
Ron Sexsmith is one of Canada’s greatest singer-songwriters. He has collaborated with the likes of Daniel Lanois, Mitchell Froom, Ane Brun, Tchad Blake and Bob Rock. His songwriting appears on albums from Rod Stewart, Michael Bublé, k.d. lang, Emmylou Harris and Feist. He has been awarded 3 Juno Awards, having been nominated 15 times, including 8 nods for Songwriter of the Year.
Ron’s new album Hermitage, featuring the single You Don’t Wanna Hear It, is his first since moving from his longtime home of Toronto, to a more bucolic life in Stratford, Ontario. Ron partnered with producer Don Kerr to create the album, having set up in Ron’s living room to record, with Ron playing all the instruments except the drums. Hermitage marks Ron’s 25th year as a recording artist.
Promoted by Senbla
This concert will include an interval and will end at approximately 9.15pm
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