Monday, August 10, 2020

Watch: Live at The Carleton with Allen Snow

The Halifax singer-songwriter continues our special Facebook Live series

Halifax Presents returned Live at The Carleton in our continuing live online music series as we welcomed Allen Snow on May 13.

Born in Prince Edward Island and raised all over Canada’s east coast, Allen has been heavily influenced by music his entire life. The stories he tells through his songwriting wander through different genres mixing in elements of blues, folk and country.

You can find out more about Allen and his music online at allensnowmusic.com or follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

Allen Snow: Live at The Carleton

We were Live at The Carleton with singer-songwriter Allen Snow Music.Born in PEI and raised all over Canada’s east coast, Allen Snow has been heavily influenced by music his entire life. The stories he tells through his songwriting wander through different genres mixing in elements of blues, folk and country.Allen has requested in lieu of tips that donations be made to the Unison Benevolent Fund, a non-profit, registered charity that provides counselling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community. You can make a donation online at https://unisonfund.ca/donations/spotify.You can find out more about Allen and his music online at https://allensnowmusic.com.You can also follow him on social media at https://www.facebook.com/allensnowmusic and https://www.instagram.com/allensnowmusic.We hope this will be an opportunity not only to enjoy a concert from our local musicians but for us to connect as a community through the power of music.Please note that we are following all health guidelines by ensuring only those necessary to facilitate the broadcast are at the venue and adhering to the recommended six-foot physical distancing.

Posted by Halifax Presents on Wednesday, May 13, 2020

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