Elvis Presley (Pete Paquette) plays John Elliott Theatre May 30, 8:00 pm

I saw this in December, the last time Elvis was “in the building”. If you can afford it, this is a real good ticket:

Come out and enjoy an evening of Elvis music with International Multi-Award Winning Elvis Tribute Artist Pete Paquette and Toronto’s finest, Rudy and the Angels band.

This MUST SEE show covers the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, from early Rock n’ Roll to the Vegas Years. An authentic and energetic show showcasing the King’s early years of the 1950’s, to the army, movies, ’68 comeback and the memorable Vegas years.

May 30, 2014 at 8:00pm. All tickets $37. Group rates available on request. All shows take place at the John Elliott Theatre, 9 Church St., Georgetown, Box Office at 905-877-3700.

Johnny Max plays the Music at One Concert Series

Tuesday, May 27 at 1 pm, Johnny Max brings his blues and soul music to The John Elliott Theatre. The Johnny Max Band are a 2X JUNO Award & multiple Maple Blues Award nominee & have just released their 6th album “49 Minutes ….of The Best We Have”

The Helson Gallery is pleased to present local performing artists in the gallery for afternoon concerts.il_570xN_165548355 On the 4th Tuesday of every month at 1pm, the Music at One concert takes place featuring solo and small groups who perform jazz, classical, tributes, and other eclectic offerings. The concerts are free to attend, and donations are welcome


Jacob MoonFri, May 23, 8:00pm – 10:15pm. JACOB MOON CD RELEASE PARTY @ Roxy Coffee, 6 Mill St E., Acton

Jacob Moon has won acclaim for his songwriting, and counts artists such as Ron Sexsmith as fans of his work. He tours Canada, the US and Europe relentlessly, bringing his unique brand of one-man show to delighted audiences everywhere. For this special CD Release Tour, Moon will perform selections from ‘Fascination’, a record that, in part, pays tribute to his musical influences and includes some of his most popular interpretations by artists such as RUSH, YES and PETER GABRIEL.

“I took in his show a couple years ago at The Roxy and was moved by it”

Recommended – Source of the Song 27 – with Ken Whiteley and Grainne Ryan

Source of the Song is a magical experience — a listening room, lively sound, and the incredible talents of songwriters performing their own materials.

Saturday afternoon, May 24, 2-5 pm, in the Glen Williams Town Hall, Glen Williams Ontario, hosted by Bruce Madole.
  • Ken Whiteley — the legendary roots and blues guitarist, songwriter, and producer has 7 Juno awards and 14 Maple Blues awards to his credit …  so far.
  • Grainne Ryan (it’s pronounced “Grawn-Ya”) is an elite Celtic-influenced singer-songwriter whose work has drawn comparisons with Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter.

Tickets for the show will be $18 in advance, and $20 on the day of the show.  Contact: Bruce Madole at (905) 459-9753 to reserve your tickets.