CHRISTIAN HOWSE + KASIA LEIGH LEONARD AT 134 HOMEMADE JAM ON MAY 29, 2019

Alt Haus is excited to co-present Christian Howse and Kasia Leigh Leonard at 134 Homemade Jam on May 29, 2019!
More information below. You can buy your tickets here!

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
134 3rd St E, Saskatoon, SK
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
$10 Cover

Christian Howse:   Christian is a singer-songwriter from Newfoundland who is making waves in the East Coast music scene.  With three solo albums to date and a fourth in the works, his raw talent and dedication to his craft shines through his music and earned him a 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for Young Performer of the Year.  Christian brings powerful performance to the stage. Most often described as a cross between Donovan Woods and Daniel Champagne, he is a storyteller who holds his audience captive with his unique brand of percussive fingerstyle guitar. Christian illustrates a very raw and real depiction of the greatest fears, darkest feelings, and most beautiful revelations that we all come to feel, to some extent, throughout our lives. His songs are sure to leave you looking inward, seeing a bit of your hidden self in every word.  The Newfoundland Herald calls Howse a “musical prodigy....embarrassingly talented...” and “everything you want in an artist.”  “Christian's raw talent and ability is staggering. His guitar work is very unique and when combined with the lyrics and vocal it is a killer package.”- George Canyon

Christian Howse:

Christian is a singer-songwriter from Newfoundland who is making waves in the East Coast music scene.

With three solo albums to date and a fourth in the works, his raw talent and dedication to his craft shines through his music and earned him a 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for Young Performer of the Year.

Christian brings powerful performance to the stage. Most often described as a cross between Donovan Woods and Daniel Champagne, he is a storyteller who holds his audience captive with his unique brand of percussive fingerstyle guitar. Christian illustrates a very raw and real depiction of the greatest fears, darkest feelings, and most beautiful revelations that we all come to feel, to some extent, throughout our lives. His songs are sure to leave you looking inward, seeing a bit of your hidden self in every word.

The Newfoundland Herald calls Howse a “musical prodigy....embarrassingly talented...” and “everything you want in an artist.”

“Christian's raw talent and ability is staggering. His guitar work is very unique and when combined with the lyrics and vocal it is a killer package.”- George Canyon

Kasia Leigh Leonard:   Growing up in a small town without instruction, Kasia Leigh started developing her own playing style at 12 years old. Since then, she taught herself how to play several instruments including guitar, mandolin, and clawhammer banjo. At age 15 and ready to start a band after two years of performing solo, Kasia initiated Saskatoon's bluegrass trio 'In With The Old' with Ellen Froese and Jaxon Lalonde. For the past 5 years, the band has toured across Canada and showcased in the United States on multiple occasions. Recently Kasia has been gaining experience in teaching music lessons to folks between the ages of 6-60 years old. Kasia is coming into her own now, bringing together all of these elements to create a brand new body of work under her own steam. With hard work and dedication, Kasia has a collection of new originals under her belt. Her definitive style brings together elements of Piedmont Blues style fingerpicking, Folk, and Rock, as well as haunting ballads in the styles of Psychedelic Folk.

Kasia Leigh Leonard:

Growing up in a small town without instruction, Kasia Leigh started developing her own playing style at 12 years old. Since then, she taught herself how to play several instruments including guitar, mandolin, and clawhammer banjo. At age 15 and ready to start a band after two years of performing solo, Kasia initiated Saskatoon's bluegrass trio 'In With The Old' with Ellen Froese and Jaxon Lalonde. For the past 5 years, the band has toured across Canada and showcased in the United States on multiple occasions. Recently Kasia has been gaining experience in teaching music lessons to folks between the ages of 6-60 years old. Kasia is coming into her own now, bringing together all of these elements to create a brand new body of work under her own steam. With hard work and dedication, Kasia has a collection of new originals under her belt. Her definitive style brings together elements of Piedmont Blues style fingerpicking, Folk, and Rock, as well as haunting ballads in the styles of Psychedelic Folk.

Miranda Young