Events for CORNWALL, Ontario 

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Susan Aglukark

October 15, 2021

Aultsville Theatre.

Opening w/Lori-Anne Van Morsel

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Men Of The Deeps

October 2021

Aultsville Theatre

Tickets and information coming soon
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November 2021

Aultsville Theatre

Tickets and Information coming soon
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“Susan Aglukark is truly one of Canada's most significant cultural treasures. Apart from being a beautiful singer and powerful songwriter, she provides a significant view to the culture of our northern communities. She is an inspiration to humanity.”

– Deane Cameron

“Northern Canada's native singer, Susan Aglukark, has been dazzling Northern crowds since the early 1990s. Now a national and international phenomenon, Susan has taught the world about Inuit pop-rock music with English and Inuktitut lyrics. White Sahara is a collection of mostly previously-released material, including favorites, Pond Inlet, O Siem, Casualties Of War, Big Feeling, and Hina Na Ho. In short, every song is magical, catchy, and rich with musical textures. Fans of Susan will find solace in this work, and new music lovers will find a new singer to love. If you have not heard of Canada's best aboriginal singer, Susan Aglukark, then you have been missing some of the best music the world has to offer. It's that good. Guaranteed. ~ Matthew Forss”

– Matthew Forss

“One of the world’s great choirs.” TV Guide

“In an age when entertainment is packaged and boosted to a maddening degree, The Men emerge as exactly what they are – coal miners who sing naturally and love it!” The Casket

“Down East Dynamite.” London Free Press

“Voices from below a joy above ground” The Toronto Star

“These men sing about their work, about what’s in their very blood.” The Globe and Mail

“There would be no Blues Brothers if it weren’t for Downchild”

– Dan Aykroyd

“There aren’t enough positive adjectives in the dictionary for me to describe my feelings about experiencing these guys live…”

– John Hollinger, Winnipeg Jazz Festival

“Proof positive that Downchild remains one of the best roadhouse bands around. The all original set reminds us that Donnie Walsh is one of the genre’s best writers. (Live at the Palais Royale) tear(s) up the joint with an energy level that never lets go.”

– Mike Regenstreif, The Montreal Gazette, 

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