Hawksley Workman is a JUNO Award-winning and Gold Record certified singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Since his ground-breaking self-produced indie debut For Him and The Girls (1999) through to chart-topping singles of 2020, Hawksley has careened between major label international smash hits to Canadiana soaked indie releases. Boasting a catalogue of 17 solo records, Hawksley’s genre defying style strings together folk, chart pop and irrepressible cabaret. His show-stopping vocals on songs about weather, love, heartbreak and tales of end- times have garnered him a league of devoted fans.
Performing over a thousand shows worldwide, Hawksley has headlined prestigious venues like Massey Hall and The Olympia in Paris. For a uniquely Canadian artist Hawksley has built loyal fan bases in the UK, France, Norway and Australia launching many successful tours, demystifying and delighting fans while drawing on an enviable catalogue of mischievous favourites, glammy stompers and heartfelt hymns to small town Canada.
A Mariposa audience favourite, Union Duke, brings its explosive live show to St. Paul’s Centre in downtown Orillia on March 25. The Mariposa In Concert (MIC) show also features James Gray and Josh Kvasnak.
Tickets are $35 (all fees and taxes included) and are available onlineor at the Mariposa Foundation office, 10 Peter Street South, Orillia. The show is on Saturday, March 25 at St. Paul’s Centre, 62 Peter Street North in downtown Orillia. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m. General admission seating.