Two performances set to debut at the Elora Centre for the Arts

ELORA  – Elora Centre for the Arts is set to host the Canadian debut of the band Side Pony and hometown debut of Drea Lake.

 The band, named “discovery of the year” by John Platt at WFUV in New York City, will be making its Canadian debut at the centre on April 9 alongside Drea Lake, a singer songwriter born in Elora.

Side Pony is a Nashville based duo made up of the incredible talent of Caitlin Cannon and Alice Wallace, both accomplished musicians in their own solo careers. 

Their first album was named the number two fan favourite by Americana Highways in October. 

Their show is an energetic Neo-country experience as the pair plays off of one another with powerhouse voices, energy and humour.

Drea Lake’s first single was named “top ten recent Indie Tracks” by Last Day Deaf and her first two singles have been heard on CBC radio. 

Her pop folk sound invokes the energy of John Mayer, Joni Mitchell and Ani Difranco. 

Her finger style playing compliments soaring vocals and her songs often revolve on ideas of hope and recovery.

 This unique dual debut will take place at the Elora Centre for the Arts on April 9 at 8pm.

Online tickets will also be available for purchase.

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