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Aleksi Campagne w/ Jeff Scott – January 13, 2024

January 13 @ 8:00 pm - 10:15 pm


Aleksi Campagne is a bilingual contemporary indie-folk fiddle-singer from Montreal. As the son of Canadian Folk icon Connie Kaldor and student of Jazz Violin Legend Didier Lockwood, Aleksi combines his powerful voice with rich songwriting, all while accompanying himself on the violin and seamlessly switching between English and French.

“Aleksi Campagne finessed one of the most musically ambitious accomplishments of the year.” – Roots Music Canada

“His performances are impressive not just sonically but also visually as you watch him seamlessly navigate different instruments and languages.” – Garnette Report

Nominated for a 2022 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Americana Song, in 2021 for Outstanding Americana Vocalist, in 2020 for Outstanding Americana Vocalist, in 2019 for Outstanding Americana Vocalist, in 2014 for Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Recording for The Long Way Home, in 2012 for Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Vocalist, and in 2011 for Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Album for his “debut” CD, Begin Again, which was characterized as “a stunning collection of songs” by the Detroit Free Press, Jeff Scott is redefining the notion of the singer-songwriter for today’s adult listeners. 

The culmination of Jeff’s initial creative efforts came in the early 1990’s, following winning a “Best Singer” contest sponsored by former WNIC-FM radio in Detroit, with his original song, “Show A Little Faith” in heavy rotation. He subsequently formed the group, The Big Picture, with guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Duane Allen Harlick. After touching the edge of success with The Big Picture (national winners of the Marlboro Music Talent Roundup) and a CD produced by Andre Fisher(Rufus, Chaka Khan and Natalie Cole, among others) along with festival appearances and opening act duties at major stages for Hall & Oates, Richard Marks, Eddie Money and Smokey Robinson), Jeff walked away.  For 17 years.  Worn down by the juggling act of creating music and the business of music, Jeff chose to devote himself to an existing business career, albeit on the creative “side.”  Ultimately he was disillusioned, and totally refocused on what was important in his life.  Music. 

At current, Jeff continues to write songs for himself and others, across a wide range of genres, and to record and perform live, summing up his motivation simply: “I write to help myself and others understand their lives, and I perform to help myself and others transcend those lives for a brief moment in time.”  He released his latest song, I’m Alright With This World, in December of 2023.


January 13
8:00 pm - 10:15 pm


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