A fixture on the Bow Valley music scene, Seth Anderson returns for an intimate evening at artsPlace. The performance will be on the heels of Seth touring across Canada and the US this summer, as well as the recording of a new album. Expect a few unreleased songs to be featured on his upcoming full length to appear on the setlist!
A singer/songwriter with east coast roots, Seth blends elements of alt-country and indie-punk, anchored in catchy, truth laden, heart driven lyrics. Spending most of the last two decades immersed in the Rocky mountains of Canmore, Alberta, and touring internationally, he now calls Calgary home. In 2016 he joined the ranks of Joey Cape's (Lagwagon) One Week Records roster based in San Francisco, CA to reveal his fourth full length effort. Most recently, Snappy Little Numbers Records (Denver) welcomed Seth for the release of his 2020 album “We Could Be.”, recorded with Eamon McGrath, and his latest single “Big Red Sun”.
For fans of The Weakerthans (John K. Samson), Iron and Wine, Chuck Ragan, and Steve Earle, Seth's sound is original yet familiar, and appeals to folks of all walks of life.
Seth will be performing solo across the US and Canada this Summer building anticipation for a new album which he will be entering the studio in July to record with Lydia Loveless in Columbus, Ohio.
Opening the evening will be Canmore’s Mari Rosehill who has been gaining attention across Alberta and beyond with her finely crafted folk/pop songs. You may have heard Mari’s music on the CKUA airwaves, or had the pleasure of catching her at the Canmore Folk Fest. This summer she will also be making her debut appearance at the Edmonton Folk Fest as a featured artist with the School of Song.