Mari Rosehill

With opening act Irene Poole

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Thursday, June 27

7:30 p.m.

$25 / members $21.25 / youth $12.50

Canmore-born & raised Mari Rosehill is a predominately Indie/Folk singer-songwriter, with moments of Alternative/Rock, and is often compared to a young Joni Mitchell. Her vocal range and poignant lyrics swiftly engage the audience and her honest storytelling keeps them captivated.

Mari’s songs centre around enlightenment, love and her journey with mental health and sobriety. She released her first EP/Album “A Little Unhinged, A Little Bit Weird” in October 2022 and in December, was awarded an Emerging Artist Bursary through the Town of Canmore.

Over time, Rosehill has opened for various artists at artsPlace including Catherine MacLellan, The Small Glories and most recently, Irish Mythen. In August, she performed at both the Canmore and Edmonton Folk Festivals with the School Of Song, and released her first self-produced single “Main Street Song.”

Her upcoming album, “Perception Of A Self” will be released in May. Many of the tracks have a similar feel to “Main Street Song” giving you an inside view of the different phases she went through growing up in Canmore and how her small hometown has changed alongside her. It is an emotional love letter to her past selves.

Opening Act

Irene Poole

Irene Poole is an actor, singer-songwriter, and composer from Banff, Alberta. She has performed her songs at various venues around the Bow Valley, and graduated in 2021 with her BFA in Musical Theatre from LIU Post. Irene's indie-folk songs often take inspiration from the natural world around her, and from other strong women songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Brandi Carlile.

Irene has played the Canmore Folk Festival, shared the stage with Danny Michel, and opened for Quote the Raven at artsPlace. Her debut album was recorded in the fall of 2023, and she looks forward to releasing it in the near future. Through acting, singing, writing, and playing her ukuleles, Irene aims to be a storyteller in everything she does.

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