About the concert
As a songwriter, Susan Crowe has always found inspiration in her personal life, which took her on a thirty-year-long journey from Nova Scotia, out west, through Ontario and back again to the East Coast. A keen observer and an insightful writer, Crowe’s performance will offer an afternoon of reflection and sheer musical beauty that she will share with her close musician friends: Danny Greenspoon and Tony Duggan-Smith.
This concert is part of the East Coast Songwriter Series.
About the artist
Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Susan Crowe is a two-time Juno-nominated singer-songwriter and in 2009 she was named the CFMAs English Songwriter of the Year. She’s a past Music Nova Scotia Female Artist of the Year and has been nominated for both East Coast and West Coast Music Awards. She has written for and/or with Quartette, Stephen Fearing (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings), Lynn Miles, John Reischman and the Jaybirds, J.P Cormier, The Rankin Family, Connie Kaldor and many other Canadian Roots artists. Susan’s writing is known for the elegance and substance that has become the hallmark of her work.
East Coast Songwriter Series
Inspired by East Coast storytelling traditions, this series will feature emerging Nova Scotia musicians and seasoned performers known for their narrative gifts and musicality.
Please note that our Summer 2019 Gallery Guide incorrectly states that this is a free event.
We apologize for this error and thank you for your understanding.
Please note ticket sales are non-refundable.