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Indigenous Songwriters Night

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Thursday, March 28
Doors: 8:00 pm  / Show: 9:00 pm
The Capital Complex

Indigenous Songwriters Night @ The Capital Complex


Quinn Bonnell and The Heavy Steppers

The Matt Comeau Band

Kesley Arrow

Three powerful songwriters, one amazing night

$8 at the door.
Doors 8pm
Show 9pm

Kesley Arrow


Kesley Arrow Saulis is an Aboriginal Recording Artist, Music Producer & Songwriter from Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick, Canada. Kesley is a multiple East Coast Music Awards & MusicNB Awards nominated Producer.

A self-taught pianist, guitarist and much more! He’s a jack of all trades. Before recording, Kesley was strictly producing music with his former and ECMA Nominated Hip Hop Group “TheBrokenReckords”. Since the group has split, he’s been producing with childhood best-friend Morgan Nicholas, also known as Old Self, for his single song releases, his debut album, and much more.

Kesley is now in the works of a debut project to soon be announced, as of the beginning of Sept. 2017 he has been working hard with the producers at Wapikoni Mobile Studios on narrowing down music videos, songs and much more.

Matt Comeau Band

Rock, Blues

Elsipogtog, NB / Fredericton, NB

Matt Comeau is a Mik’maq songwriter and recording artist from Elsipogtog First Nation New Brunswick, his music tells stories of loss and gain from the perspective of a contemporary first nation’s man. With powerful vocals, energetic playing style and skilled musicianship, Matt’s song “Witness” became a hit on Sirius XMs’ Indigenous People’s Radio in 2017. 2018 saw the release of the very successful collaboration titled “All my People” where Matt wrote and took part in recording sessions with other artists such as Juno Award Winner Hubert Francis, Legendary Mik’maq songwriter George Paul, and the multiple award winning hip hop group City Natives.The album was received well across the Atlantic provinces as well as Quebec with multiple positive reviews from writers at CBC. 2019 has started off with a release of Matt’s new single “Did you Wrong” available across all streaming platforms as well as being played on Sirius XMs’ Indigenous People’s Radio as well.

Quinn Bonnell w/ The Heavy Steppers

Blues, Folk

Burnt Church, NB / Fredericton, NB

Latching onto the guitar at a young age, Quinn Bonnell of Burnt Church uses his fantastic instrumental ability to combine singer-songwriter stylings with blues and folk on much anticipated upcoming EP, The Night. Prior to penning his first offering, the song “I Don’t Mind,” Bonnell was a dedicated guitar player for multiple cover bands. With a number of short runs in groups from within Miramichi under his belt, he decided to embark on his own musical endeavours, drawing influences from artists ranging from John Mayer, Kings Of Leon, Radiohead and Gary Clark Jr. Completing his degree in Fredericton, Bonnell decided to bridge the gap between being an artist and a performer in 2015, by bringing his music to the stage. The Night features a driving rhythm section, steady, on-the-nose vocals and Bonnell’s masterful guitar work; he is a welcome addition to the local scene.