The Arts Council of New Westminster presents Local Musician, Eden Fine Day, in Upcoming Gallery Sessions.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 9, 2016
NEW WESTMINSTER, BC — The Arts Council of New Westminster is proud to present Eden Fine Day in its March installment of Gallery Sessions – an all ages monthly music event to support and showcase local talent. Eden Fine Day will be performing on Wednesday, March 23, 2016, at 7:00pm – 8:00pm in The Gallery at Queen’s Park. All are welcome to attend. The event is by donation ($0-7 suggested).

Fine Day’s unique style as a pop/rock, singer-songwriter is complimented by her Aboriginal heritage and hometown roots in Vancouver, BC. As a third generation survivor of the Indian Residential School system, Fine Day’s performances are ‘straight from the heart,’ often evoking wit and passion along with an expansive musical range. On March 23, Fine Day’s performance will have a solo electric emphasis.

With the monthly Gallery Sessions, The Arts Council of New Westminster aims to offer a platform for local artists to present their musical talents. Through programs such as this, we are able to enrich our community with the gift of the arts and provide an avenue to express artistic talent along with an appreciation for artistic pursuits.

For further details please contact info@artscouncilnewwest.org or visit us online: http://artscouncilnewwest.org

ABOUT EDEN FINE DAY: Eden Fine Day is a singer, songwriter and guitar player from the Sweetgrass First Nation in Saskatchewan. Fine Day was raised in Vancouver, BC and spent over 10 years in Santa Cruz, California, where she first started writing and performing with her first band. At the age of 29, Fine Day returned to Vancouver to start Vancougar, an all girl band that went on to win CiTR’s Shindig! in 2004. The band has two studio albums, Losin’ It! (2005) and Canadian Tuxedo(2008), both of which were critically acclaimed.

ABOUT THE ARTS COUNCIL OF NEW WESTMINSTER: Founded in 1967, The Arts Council of New Westminster is an umbrella organization built by individuals and member groups who share an interest in visual, performing and literary arts. The Arts Council’s role in the community is to advocate for the arts at all levels of government and to foster support for anyone engaging in artistic and cultural endeavors.

For more information about the Arts Council, visit http://artscouncilnewwest.org

CONTACT:
Stephen Carl O’Shea, Executive Director
The Arts Council of New Westminster
info@artscouncilnewwest.org 604-525-3244