View Tannis' past shows
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Saturday, February 16th, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

Doors open at 7:00pm

Tickets ($20) available at
Macondo Books (18 Wilson St.)
online HERE!

Guelph Little Theatre
176 Morris Street
Guelph, ON

Tannis' new album 'In and Out of Harmony' is officially released to Guelph!

Special guests include Rosemary Phelan, Jude Vadala,Dave Clark, Michael Herring

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Wednesday to Sunday, February 20th to 24th, 2013

Delta Chelsea Hotel
Gerrard St West
Toronto, ON

North American Folk Alliance annual conference, an event that draws together music industry professionals from throughout North American and the world to share ideas, network, and celebrate traditional music and dance.tuned for more details including special guests.

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Saturday, March 2nd, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

London Music Club
(Front Room)
470 Colborne Street
London, ON

(519) 640-6996

"In and Out of Harmony" album release concert in London!

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Saturday, March 9th, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

The Pearl Company
16 Steven Street
Hamilton, ON
L8L 5N3

(519) 640-6996

"In and Out of Harmony" album release concert in Hamilton!

A double bill with Katherine Wheatley

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Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 @ 8:30 pm

Tickets: $20 advance/$22.50 at the door (includes HST)

For dinner reservations and concert tickets: (416) 531-6604 or use this link

Hugh's Room
2261 Dundas Street W.
Toronto, ON

(416) 531-6604

"In and Out of Harmony" album release concert in Toronto

Special guests include Michael Johnston, Anne Lindsay, Rebecca Campbell, Dave Clark, Rosemary Phelan and more...!

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Friday, March 22th, 2013 @ 7:30pm

Tickets: $20, limited to 35
avialable at Peace of Mind Creation, by email to, or by phoning (613) 461-7662

Peace of Mind Creations and Friends
Heritage Court
14 Mill Street
Almonte, ON
K0A 1A0

(613) 461-7662

"In and Out of Harmony" album release concert in Almonte!

with special guest Jennifer Noxon

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Saturday, March 23rd, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

Tickets: $20 available at the door or
Ottawa Folklore Centre (1111 Bank)
Compact Music (190 and 785 Bank)
or online here...

Westboro Masonic Hall
430 Churchill Avenue
Ottawa, ON
K1Z 5C9

(613) 722-5184

"In and Out of Harmony" album release concert in Ottawa!

with special guests Three Little Birds!

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Thursday April 4th to Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

Exact concert dates TBA

To attend a concert in your area, please contact Home Routes at or phone

The Home Routes Big Horn route including:

Priddis, AB
High River, AB
Lethbridge, AB
Calgary, AB
Red Deer, AB
Ponoka, AB
Evansburg, AB
Jasper, AB
Hinton, AB
Stony Plain, AB
Edmonton, AB

Home Routes is about world-class musicians, known and unknown alike, performing complete concerts in the comfortable intimacy of private homes and other non-traditional spaces. They're fun to attend, fun to present, and fun to play. Just imagine your living room as a concert hall with 25-40 of your closest friends gathered for an evening of great music. Imagine great artists delivering the same show in your living room that they would present on the Main Stage of a folk festival or a concert hall."

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TV version of Road To Baleya was originally broadcast on Bravo! on March 11/08, but is being re-broadcast regularly.

Premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival (Aug/08)

Some of the info posted back when the trip was made is here:
Musical adventures in Mali

Bravo Channel

There are 2 versions of the film. The shorter version (48 minutes) is being shown on Bravo. The full-length feature version (90 minutes) is being shown on the Documentary channel.

'Road To Baleya' is a feature documentary film in which Canadian and Malian musicians come together on a journey of musical collaboration and friendship in Mali, West Africa. Produced by award winning Canadian filmmaker Bay Weyman of Close Up Films (Spirits of Havana), it follows the interactions between Malian griot Mansa Sissoko and Canadian musicians Lewis Melville, Dave Clark, Dale Morningstar and Tannis Slimmon as they travel to Mansa’s home village of Baleya. The film explores themes of music as a path to social and economic development, and intersects with the very personal toll exacted by malaria in one of the poorest countries in the world.
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