The lovely, and very talented, Anne Janelle celebrates the release of her I Didn’t Want To Break It album with a show at The Carleton on Tuesday, November 28th. She’ll be joined by James Hill and some other friends for this special event. Show time is 7:30 PM and admission – which includes a copy of the album! – is $15 and that’s about as good as deal as you will ever see!
Anne Janelle is a cellist-turned-songwriter. The elegance of her classical training meets fearless curiosity as she creates songs steeped in the rich traditions of folk, pop and jazz. While “Anne plays her cello like Paul McCartney picks his Hoffner,” (Roots Music Canada) her “gorgeous syrupy voice” (Acoustic Magazine) shares evocative and vulnerable lyrics.
Anne’s album output includes True Love Don’t Weep (winner of the Canadian Folk Music Award for Traditional Album of the Year), Beauty Remains (her songwriting debut), So Long at the Fair (“inventive, entertaining, beautifully written and brilliantly performed” (R2 Magazine) and now, I Didn’t Want To Break It. She has toured nationally and internationally, a full-time performer since 2012.