Final Nick Concert – April 7 – Jack Semple and Maddie Storvold – Sold Out!

Our final concert at the Nick for our 2017-2018 season will feature Jack Semple and opener Maddie Storvold.

Tickets for this concert are now sold out.

***Sometimes patrons purchase tickets they are unable to use and these may become available at the door on the night of the concert. If you have tickets you wish to sell or, if you hope to secure such tickets, please let our door volunteers know. Patrons with extra tickets could also contact our Facebook and Twitter links.***  

All Nick concerts are held at the Crescent Heights Community Hall, 1101 2nd St. N.W. Doors open at 7:00 and showtime is 7:30.

Jack Semple

Jack Semple

Jack Semple is one of those rare guitar players who leaves a crowd speechless. Listening
to and watching Jack play fills one with a sense of having witnessed an event in time, one not soon to be forgotten. Jack Semple is an absolute virtuoso of his art form, playing with unparalleled feeling and total technical control. His solo recording career has resulted in the release of ten albums. He has been twice nominated for a Gemini Award for his soundtrack work on the television series Incredible Story Studio. Semple won a Juno award in 1991 for best roots recording and two Western Canadian music awards for Qu’Appelle and In the Blue Light. His music is like Stevie Ray Vaughn meets James Brown meets Robben Ford. He was selected for the rst round Grammy Award ballot of the 2017 Contemporary Blues Album for his recording Live at Mt. Baker R&B Festival.

Maddie Storvold

Maddie Storvold

Maddie spent her youth traveling and playing music in bars and hostels, from Toronto to Thailand, Amsterdam to South Africa. She has released her debut LP The Old Brag of My Heart. With striking nuance and depth in her poignant lyricism, emotive finger picking, and a honeyed, impassioned voice, she seeks to tell us a story, to move us, and to touch a fragile part of the human spirit. The Edmonton Folk Festival wrote: “the clarity of Maddie’s voice could very well be drifting out of a Greenwich Village folk club in the early 60s. Maddie’s songs are political and deeply empathetic.”

Our 2018-2019 39th Annual Season!

Here are our confirmed headliners to date.

September 29:   Trent Severn

October 27:   Laura Love

November 10:  Lennie Gallant

November 24:  TBA

January 12:  Dan Bern

January 26:  The Young Novelists

February 9:  John Reischman and the Jaybirds

February 23:  Dave Gunning and JP Cormier

March 9:  Coco Love Alcorn

March 23:  Carlos del Junco

April 6:  Madison Violet

2018-2019 Season Tickets

Season Tickets for our 39th annual season are now on sale.  Individual tickets will cost $253 for eleven concerts.  To confirm availability, please send a query to <>.

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