"One Hundred and One Nights" Release Show

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

LIVE! on Elgin , 220 Elgin Street, Ottawa, Ontario

With guests Hannah Vig & Jahmeema

Sarah Alena: Ottawa-native Sarah Alena (formerly known as Sarah Scriver) is turning head and touching hearts across generations with her remarkable musicianship. Her mesmerizing performances showcase not only her expansive vocal range, but also her adeptness with the guitar and piano, all underscored by her profound songwriting prowess. Her latest album, "One Hundred and One Nights," delves deep into her personal journey of resilience and self-discovery as she navigates the complexities of being human and finding healing amidst adversity. As a survivor of head trauma, mental health challenges, and profound hearing loss, Sarah emerges as a beacon of hope and a fierce advocate for those who have faced similar challenges. After losing her hearing, Sarah was devastated and confused about how she could continue to create and perform music, while missing an integral part of the experience. After some experimentation, she's discovered by taking off her shoes to feel the vibrations of the music through the stage and the use of in-ears, she's grown an appreciation for music unlike the one she had before.

Hannah Vig: Ottawa based singer-songwriter Hannah Vig is making the most of bad times, usually in song form. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Taylor Swift and Phoebe Bridgers, Vig is no stranger to writing about her life and experiences. Known for her emotive and intimate acoustic performances, her soulful voice and powerful lyricism stand out against a backdrop of soft rhythm guitar.

Jahmeema: Jahmeema is a singer and songwriter from Ottawa, Ontario with various vocal influences such as Sade, Stevie Wonder and Erykah Badu. She wishes to create a path for herself in the music industry, to empower women with her songs, and to connect with many audiences. She will be accompanied by Matt Evans on the guitar, a multitalented instrumentalist currently based in Ottawa

$15 in advance, $20 at the door