Crazy Beautiful Tour Comes To Mackenzie Hall

Tia McGrath and Tommy Parham are scheduled to appear at Mackenzie Hall on 18 November 2017.Photo courtesy of Michelle Fortier Publicity.

Tia McGrath and Tommy Parham are scheduled to appear at Mackenzie Hall on 18 November 2017.
Photo courtesy of Michelle Fortier Publicity.

(WINDSOR, ON) – Tia McGraff continues her whirlwind Crazy Beautiful North American Tour across Canada and the US, with a stop in Windsor at Mackenzie Hall on Saturday, November 18 at 8pm. McGraff is an internationally renowned and award winning Americana/Folk singer-songwriter from Canada. With Scottish and Transylvanian roots running through her song writing and voice, her talent has been described as “haunting and soul gripping.”

BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris said, “Tia’s voice has a special beauty.”

With six album releases, various film and television placements, and numerous nominations and awards, including Americana Album of the Year nomination for the 2016 Grammy Awards, McGraff has earned a respect in the music industry and a global fan base which continues to stretch beyond demographics.

“With ‘Crazy Beautiful’ Tia McGraff has released the album of her career,” said the UK’s Maverick Magazine.

Joining McGrath at Mackenzie Hall is Colorado native Tommy Parham. The songwriter moved to Nashville, TN, with a staff songwriter deal in hand and soon became one of Music Row’s much sought after hit writers.

Parham is credited with cuts by major label artists, including Lee Greenwood, and film placements in movies starring Ashley Judd, among others.

In recent years the duo have supported and shared stages with artists including Steve Earle, Joan Baez, Randy Bachman, Jose Carreras, and Steve Balsamos.

Tickets for the concert are $20 in advance by calling 519-255-7600, or $25 at the door.

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