Sunday, August 9, 2020

Watch: Live at The Carleton with Sasha Brideau

The Halifax-based 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 Sasha Brideau on May 6.

As a kid, the now Halifax-based musician was inspired by his grandfather, who plays with the Saint John dance band Donnie and The Monarchs. Picking up the guitar at age four, Sasha cannot remember life without six strings.

Twenty years later, Sasha is now playing with the country-rock group The Homewreckers with three of his closest friends. He is also beginning to work on his original music with a group of well-known local musicians backing him and looking forward to this new project seeing the light of day once the pandemic has passed.

“The Carleton is my favourite stage in Halifax, it’s felt like home since the first time I set foot in the building and in extremely excited to be able to inhabit its walls and make noise once more,” he says.

You can find out more about Sasha and his music online:

https://www.facebook.com/sashabrideaumusic/
https://www.instagram.com/sashabrideau/

Sasha Brideau: Live at The Carleton

We were Live at The Carleton with special guest Sasha Brideau Music.As a kid, the now Halifax-based musician was inspired by his grandfather, who plays with the Saint John dance band Donnie and The Monarchs. Picking up the guitar at age four, Sasha cannot remember life without six strings. Twenty years later, Sasha is now playing with the country-rock group The Homewreckers with three of his closest friends. He is also beginning to work on his original music with a group of well-known local musicians backing him and looking forward to this new project seeing the light of day once the pandemic has passed. You can find out more about Sasha and his music online: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Musician-Band/Sasha-Brideau-Music-105618684440867/https://www.instagram.com/sashabrideau/ 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 6, 2020

 

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