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Live at Moonshine Cafe
December 2, 2021 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Join Award-Winning Singer/Songwriters Heather Christine and Matt Zaddy for a live performance at the Moonshine Café in Oakville on Thursday, December 2, 2021. Matt and Heather will be joined by Special Guests Joash Paul on drums and Dean Aivaliotis for two sets. The show will begin with Heather’s original music followed by Zaddy’s.
Doors at 8 | First set at 8:30
Tickets $15 – Call or email the Moonshine today to reserve your spot!
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Tickets will be paid at the venue night of but advance reservations are REQUIRED to attend.
All required COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect, please visit http://www.themoonshinecafe.com for further details.
About Heather Christine:
Heather Christine is a rising talent on Canada’s music scene. Both soulful and captivating, she is an Award-Winning Artist, Songwriter and Host who has performed for audiences of 25,000. She engages listeners with her authentic emotional connection, expressive voice and unique personality.
Throughout the pandemic she has entertained more than 8,000 viewers as the inspiring host of MAC Arts Café, an online monthly talent show produced by the Mississauga Arts Council.
Heather Christine’s 2019 Debut Recording, Love in Colour, garnered international recognition for its soulful blend of R&B, Jazz, and Pop. Within the first month of its release, Love in Colour rose to #1 on the Spanish Radio show Smooth Jazz Sitges (Radio 99.2FM Barcelona). Her debut recording was also nominated for a Mississauga Music Award for Album of the Year in 2019. Heather is also the proud recipient of the 2018 Mississauga Music Award for Best New Artist.
About Matt Zaddy:
With a sound that seamlessly blends folk-rock and modern soul, there’s something for every music fan to love about singer/songwriter Matt Zaddy. A storyteller at heart, Matt’s music speaks to the soul, with tales of life, love, hardship, and redemption. As someone who has shared stages with a diverse array of artists including K’Naan, pop star Francesco Yates, CanRock legends Tom Cochrane and Jim Cuddy, and Australian alt-rockers Atlas Genius, Matt Zaddy’s intention is to connect with as many listeners as possible, regardless of any genre restrictions. Matt’s latest album Be, certainly possesses everything to achieve that goal in a big way, and to place Matt Zaddy squarely in the conversation about Canada’s most promising singer/songwriters.