Celebrating Women in Blues and Soul music.

AUGUST 29, 2021

StoneCropAcres Winery and Vineyard.

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Shakura S'Aide at Stewart Park Festival in 2019


“Every one tells me 'you always sang as a child' but I wasn't ready, I wasn't hungry enough for music.” – Shakura S'Aida

“It’s amazing how Shakura can mix blues, rock, jazz, funk and even some gospel resulting in catchy, varying songs that hit you one after the other again and again…. Yes, she is absolutely THAT good!” The Blues Blogger

You may have spotted Brooklyn-born, Swiss-raised & Canadian-based Shakura S’Aida performing at Festivals in Dubai, Australia, Rwanda or Russia,  in her 4 woman tribute to Nina Simone, ‘The Nina Project’ or  in shows like Schitt’s Creek, Titans & Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker. From her beginnings as world music band Kaleefah’s lead singer, this versatile vocalist and consummate entertainer has blown audiences away with her scorching vocal style, uncanny ability to deliver powerful original songs and to get deep into the guts of the most venerable standard.

Making the day complete....

“Sometimes, when it comes to contemporary blues, it’s a good thing to challenge convention. Canadian singer/songwriter Suzie Vinnick plays with the standard modern forms delightfully on her new album, the utterly enjoyable Shake The Love Around…(vocally) her range is staggering. She has the kind of voice that you never get tired of hearing.”
– Winnipeg Free Press

From calypso and reggae to zouk, mazurka and salsa, the Joy Lapps Project will explore these amazing musical styles with a jazzy and soulful twist.

JUNO Award-nominated singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Roxanne Potvin goes deeper into her personal journey, adding more elements to an ever-expanding sound.

From Morrisburg, Ontario we are thrilled to invite Lori-Anne for her inaugural concert performance. We love supporting local talent and this will not disappoint. 

©2018 by Harmony Concerts.