Community Concert


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Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Time: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Cost: Free
Banff Public Library

Bicycle Face & Heather Jean Jordan reunite at the end of March for a special concert at the Banff Public Library! The three family members join in harmony as they share songs from their respective recordings "Bicycle Space" & "Some Dappled Night" in this perfect lead-up to April's Global Astronomy Month. 

About Heather Jean Jordan: Heather Jean Jordan is a singer-songwriter based in Banff, AB. Stunning vocals and sweet ukulele sound meet in this talented chanteuse. Crafted in the traditional folk style, her music is the tune you wake up whistling, the tall tale told by a crackling fire, the sweet song of a meadowlark on a clear summer's day. Finding new inspiration in the Folk genre, Heather Jean will guide you through a magical world where animals speak, mountains move, social justice anthems reign supreme and sing-alongs prove irresistible. Enjoy a sneak peek at songs from Heather Jean's upcoming 6-song EP "Some Dappled Night" set to be released in fall 2023. Centered around the stories we tell ourselves, mythic themes meld with earthly concerns in this nocturnal exploration of our place in 'the family of things.' Soaring vocals, delicate ukulele, and supernatural keys- Think 60's Judy Collins meets David Lynch (Twin Peaks). 

About Bicycle Face: Bicycle Face is a melodic pop duo hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Idiosyncratic lyrics tell stories of ambivalent fairy tale heroines, lost love in outer space, and computer viruses intent on world domination. Featuring elated electric guitar, scintillating synthesizer, and intricate harmonies, Bicycle Face will draw you in with a sound akin to the most whimsical side of Metric, or Joanna Newsom with effects pedals.Bicycle Space is an outer space-themed indie-pop concept album comprised of ten tracks that explore the cosmos from different angles of the imagination--as an exciting new frontier to be traversed, a psychedelic dreamscape of whimsy and escapism, a melancholy analogy for love across great distances, or a perilous last resort for the inhabitants of a planet whose future begins to look increasingly apocalyptic.