Georgetown’s Frank and Ruth Loreto have been hosting house concerts (at 3 Torino Gate) for 5 plus years and have yet to be disappointed by any of the shows.
The cost for the evening is $20 per person, with the full amount going to the performers. They need to know in advance who is coming as they can only hold 25 people comfortably and they must know how many break-time delights to prepare in advance. Now is not too soon to book this or other upcoming shows in the Loreto Home Routes Concert Series. To reserve a spot, contact Frank at: email@example.com.
Bring whatever you would like to drink or you can indulge in the delicious coffees provided by Stephen at Speakeasy’s in Hamiton. AND, you can have that coffee delivered to your door like they do—just go to http://speakeasycoffee.vstore.ca
For a wealth of info on other Live Music events throughout Canada (as re-posted by Frank Loreto) connect on Facebook at earstotheground.ca and on Twitter @ears2dground.
Hailing from the small Canadian town of Gananoque, Nolan Hubbard is making a name for himself as a singer/songwriter.
He started playing guitar at the age of 11, learning mostly Classic Rock and Metal. Eventually he started developing a different taste in music, and a new playing style that catered itself to the acoustic guitar.
Nolan’s singing career began in theatre as he secured one of the lead roles in his high school’s Musical Theatre productions. There was always a passion for music and art in Nolan’s life, but when he first started strumming along and singing his favourite songs he knew he had found his calling.
Currently he is travelling between Toronto and Nashville working on a debut full length album. Nolan’s warm finger picking/slap style guitar playing, accompanied by a soothingly soft and melodic voice, create a unique but current sound that caters to crowds of all ages and social groups. Drawing from a large pool of different genres his sound has been described as feel-good Acoustic Pop with influences from Jazz, Funk, Soul, Folk and Reggae. His songs have a healthy mix of upbeat tempos tha
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