Blending authentic songwriting with modern indie flare, Braden Lam is forging the path to a new 21st-century folk-pop. His sophomore EP Driftwood People, an intimate look at the social disconnect of life on the road and the reconciliation of lost relationships, was nominated for Music Nova Scotia’s Folk Recording of the Year in 2019 and a winner of a SOCAN Foundation songwriting award.
Usually performing with bandmembers Nick Pothier (bass), Jonathan MacKenzie (keys), and Aaron Hillier (drums), during this time of social distancing, Braden performs solo as part of our Live at The Carleton series.
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We were Live at The Carleton with special guest Braden Lam.Blending authentic songwriting with modern indie flare, Braden Lam is forging the path to a new 21st century folk-pop. The Halifax band is one of the most refreshing and engaging acts on the East coast.With so many people struggling during this time, Braden has requested donations be made to Feed Nova Scotia in lieu of a tip. You can make a donation here: https://bit.ly/FeedNS-DonateYou can find out more about Braden and his music online at:https://bradenlam.com/https://braden-lam.lnk.to/DriftwoodPeopleOr follow him on social media:https://www.facebook.com/bradenlamusic/https://twitter.com/bradenlamusichttps://www.instagram.com/bradenlamusic/https://www.youtube.com/c/BradenLamMusicWe 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 will be 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.#NovaScotiaStrong
Posted by Halifax Presents on Saturday, April 25, 2020