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Port Cities

KARDOMAH 94, 94 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AN

30 Mar 2018

Family Friendly

A port city is a place where cultures and histories collide, where ideas are imported and absorbed into the local bloodstream. The trio of celebrated Nova Scotian songwriters who now call themselves Port Cities honour that tradition.

Their chosen name isn’t just indicative of where they’re from (the harbour hamlet of Cape Breton) but what they do: fuse divergent styles and experiences into a singular roots-rock sound.

Port Cities’ self-titled debut may be the group’s first effort together, but its members share deep, intertwining roots in the Maritime music scene. In addition to releasing three solo albums, Carleton Stone has written songs for everyone from Quebecois soul sensation Bobby Bazini ,to beloved acoustic troubadour Donovan Woods.

Dylan Guthro has parlayed his own folk/RnB fusions into match-ups with Halifax hip-hop hero Classified and EDM crew Neon Dreams (whose 2015 single “High” featured Guthro alongside rap superstar Waka Flocka Flame).

Breagh MacKinnon is a jazz-schooled chanteuse whose 2012 album, Where the Days Went, was nominated for an ECMA Award; she has since lent her voice to recordings by East Coast pop icons David Myles and Ria Mae.

 

Venue Details

KARDOMAH 94,
94 Alfred Gelder Street,
Hull,
HU1 2AN

01482 317941

mal@kardomah94.com

http://www.kardomah94.com/

Kardomah94 is a unique city centre venue boasting good food and regional culture. Launched in 2015, it features a restaurant serving quality pizza, salads and sharers and an intimate exhibition-come-theatre space. With a jam-packed monthly calendar of events, from spoken word to film, theatre, comedy, photography and live music, this is the place to catch the best regional talent.

Facilities

Accessible Toilets

Assistance Dogs

Wheelchair Access

Opening Times

Monday
10am-4pm
Tuesday
10am-10pm
Wednesday
10am-10pm
Thursday
10am-10pm
Friday
10am-11am
Saturday
10am-11am
Sunday
11am-5pm