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· Nov · 15 Fri 8:00 pm at Yardbird Suite
11 Tommy Banks Way Edmonton, AB T6E 2M2
Phone: 780-432-0428

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Dawn Tyler Watson

Dawn Tyler Watson

Montreal, QC
Jazz

She's a six-time consecutive winner of the Quebec Lys Blues Award for Best Female Artist, and her last recording effort entitled "en duo" with guitarist extrordinaire, Paul Deslauriers, took home the 2009 Album of the Year Award. She is also a multiple nominee of the prestigious Canadian Maple ... Read more

18+ No Minors // General Admission // Doors Open at 8:00pm


Hot on the heels of the release of her sixth album entitled Mad Love, Dawn Tyler Wat-son returns to the Yardbird Suite stage with her eclectic Soul driven Blues.

Born in England and raised in Ontario, Dawn adopted Montreal as her home after earning her BFA in Jazz Studies and Theatre from Concordia University. An accom-plished and dynamic performer, Watson's fiery stage presence has earned her national and international recognition.

Playing festivals and concert halls across four continents, recording six albums, and appearing on numerous compilations, Dawn has shared the stage with an array of premier artists, including Oliver Jones, Jeff Healy, Koko Taylor, Susan Tedeschi, and Cyndi Lauper.

In 2017 Dawn, backed up by the Ben Racine Band, won first place at the 33rd Interna-tional Blues Challenge in Memphis TN. She is also the recipient of three Canadian Maple Blues Awards and nine Quebec Lys Blues Awards. She's earned the Screaming Jay Hawkins Award for Best Live Performance and a Trophées France Blues for fe-male International Artist of the Year

Dawn's voice is a supple, sultry, sexy marvel, a scintillating instrument of seductive allure, and she infuses every line with an equal measure of smarts and sass." —Blues on Stage

"Her fabulous voice and incandescent stage presence make her the Queen of the Blues in Montreal." —Journal de Montreal