From our friends at Indie Montreal, we have a pair of tickets to give away to see Ainsley McNeaney on November 29 at Cabaret du Mile End.
This singing-songwriting-piano playing wonder is launching her second album Bones Are Forever at the Cabaret du Mile End. You don’t want to miss this.
To win tickets, enter by telling us the name of a bone you’ve broken (or one you haven’t) in the comments section below or email us your answer at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’ve never broken a bone, just tell us your favorite bone in the human body. We’ll choose a winner at random from all entries on November 27 at noon and notify the winner by email.
Having immigrated to belle Montréal from the badlands of Toronto, singer, songwriter and pianist Ainsley McNeaney brings her intelligent, eclectic brand of indie-pop to each and every stage. Her first album, True Story Orchestra, features a whimsical songbook accompanied by a full orchestra, and has been hailed as a mature and insightful inaugural recording. Since its release, she’s been touring throughout Canada, with forays into NYC and Israel, performing at some of this country’s most reputable venues. Her next album, Bones Are Forever, will be released in October. Armed with profound lyrics and a soulful voice to match, and accompanied by an ensemble of the finest cats this side of Outremont, she will make your heart very happy indeed with tales of love, hope and octopus super-heroes.
Some fine print for your reading:
Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. One entry per person per email address per Contest Part during the Contest Period. Winner must name a bone in the human body. Contest starts November 24, 2014 and ends November 27, 2014 at noon. Winners will be selected on November 27, 2014 in Montreal, Quebec at noon and notified by email. There is one (1) prize available to be won, consisting of one (1) pair of tickets for the Ainsley McNenaey show at Cabaret du Mile End delivered by indie montreal.
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