Hart + Stone in Cumberland

Show at The Spirit Box house concert venue

Drawing from the folk, roots, and blues genres, Hart + Stone aim to bring back the appreciation of a song well written, well played, and well sang.

This musical duo hails from Victoria, B.C. and consists of songwriters Ellisa Hartman and Dylan Stone. While they each contribute their individual material to the project, the heart of the duo consists of their collaboration on songs together, providing the audience with an original yet timeless performance of their music.

Hart + Stone are coming to Cumberland on May 8 to play a show at The Spirit Box house concert venue at 4677 Cumberland Rd.

Opening the evening will be Campbell River singer/songwriter Amy Muloin, accompanied by musician Jonathan Baker. Doors open at 8 p.m. and admission is $10.

For more information, go to facebook.com/HartAndStoneMusic or hartandstonemusic.com or call 250-858-8775.

Purpose to the tour

Hart + Stone are touring Vancouver Island in the hopes of raising support for a music video competition created by Storyhive, a creative branch of Telus.

They are currently in the running to receive $10,000 to film a music video for their newly released single called Ashes.

Support for Hart + Stone can be expressed by voting for them on their Storyhive project page, which can be found on their website hartandstonemusic.com. Voting opened May 4 and runs until May 18.

To help even further, click the “share” button on their project page, which will share the project on your own Facebook page and help spread the word.

Hart + Stone will give away a free download of their single, Ashes, to anyone who contacts them directly at hartandstonemusic@gmail.com to let them know that they’ve voted and/or shared their project.

 

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