Fogale and Maillot at Acoustic Emporium

Two accomplished B.C. musicians Luca Fogale and Alexandrea Maillot take the stage at the Acoustic Emporium on Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m.

Two accomplished young B.C. performers Luca Fogale and Alexandrea Maillot take the stage at the Acoustic Emporium on Nov. 20.

Two accomplished young B.C. performers Luca Fogale and Alexandrea Maillot take the stage at the Acoustic Emporium on Nov. 20.

Hear two incredible B.C. talents in one night at the Acoustic Emporium. Luca Fogale and Alexandrea Maillot will take the stage on Nov. 20 with inspiring performances.

A folk singer-songwriter from Burnaby, Fogale writes music about real life. He draws great influence from classic poets and songwriters to create music that communicates a powerful message to the listener.

Fogale dropped out of university in 2011 to focus his efforts on his music career. He has since performed all over Vancouver and toured across Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Since his 2013 debut release of Paths, featuring the downtown East Vancouver-inspired What I Came Here For, Fogale’s passion for music has grown daily, as does his creativity.

Fogale was named a Top 20 finalist in the Peak Performance Project, as was Loudmouth MGMT labelmate Malliot, who will also be performing at the show that you won’t want to miss.

Maillot, hailing from Vancouver Island, carries herself in song and spirit beyond her 22 years.

Maillot’s debut EP Just Another Girl came to fruition in 2012 after several years in the works. The album marks an epoch of Maillot’s personal and creative evolution, written and produced in the critical years of her adolescence.

Now with a decade of performance experience in tow, Maillot has made a name for herself performing at festivals across Canada and overseas, opening for many established acts including Hey Ocean and Jann Arden, and she has won several competitions including Shore 104.3’s Best of B.C. grant.

See Fogale and Maillot live on Nov. 20 at the Acoustic Emporium (45892 Wellington Ave). Tickets are $10 at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m.

 

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