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Music on the Mountain: Charity Gig with Craig Cardiff & Erin Lang

Posted by Jer / September 9, 2010

Craig Cardiff and Erin Lang There's a semi-secret show happening tomorrow night (Fri. Sep. 10) atop Mount Royal featuring two of Canada's most dedicated singer-songwriters, Craig Cardiff and Erin Lang. I say "semi" because, well, now that you know about it, the cat is a little more out of the bag. Still, the gig will be held at Smith House, which only seats 100, so it will feel secret and intimate no matter how many people know about it. It'll be the perfect atmosphere for the music that will accompany the event.

Here's another tip: the event, called Music on the Mountain is a charity concert with all proceeds going to the Potekole Program, a bursary fund run through the YMCA of Haiti, which helps low income families send their children to school (tuition/registration fees, food, school supplies, uniforms,etc...). This coming year, the program will focus on the families living in tent cities.

If you've followed this site for any length of time, you'll know we've never run out of things to say about Craig Cardiff and Erin Lang. Combining the two on one bill is like some folk version of Voltron. You will most certainly be blown away. On top of great music, there'll be authentic Haitian food (at a deliciously low price) courtesy of local Haitian Restaurant Ange and Ricky.

The show is the brainchild of two kind souls, Matt Wight and Andrea Jakus, who wanted to do their part to help Haiti and help shine a light on these two underrated artists. Tickets will be available at the door or you can get them in advance from the organizers. All the details are available here.

Music on the Mountain: a Charity Concert for Haiti featuring Craig Cardiff and Erin Lang

Friday September 10, 2010
The Smith House (Mont-Royal Park)
1260 Chemin Remembrance, Montreal, QC
Minimum donation: $20



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