Kev Morse writes from experience, sings from the heart and plays the guitar like it was meant for him to play. An evening spent listening to Kev play his guitar and sing his songs is like an evening spent with an old friend. His songs reach out, grab you, they hold on tight and they stay with you.
Check out the outstanding “Happy Ever After” at the :45 mark here. This one should be in rotation on CBC Radio.
Take in Kev performing tracks from his new “In The Blood” CD at The Bistro at Silvercreek.
Joe Mancuso brings The Blues to The Copper Kettle this Sunday.
Look for a high energy performance, with lots of slide. Also, some familiar rock and blues classics that make you think … “Man, it’s nice to have some local Blues”.
Right here in Georgetown’s largest suburb, Glen Williams. Enjoy the short commute 😉
The Gypsy in YOU!
The Georgetown Bach Chorale is pleased to introduce German violinist Annette-Barbara Vogel in the opening concert of the 2014 Season.
Vogel tours extensively in North America and abroad, having recently returned from concert performances in Romania and from producing recordings in Brazil. This performance will feature Brahms riveting Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor.
She will be joined by Romanian violist Florin Simioanica and Hungarian cellist Andras Weber supported by the very competent fingers of concert pianist Ron Greidanus. The performance will also include music of Rachmaninoff and Liszt.
Following the concert, attendees can enjoy wonderful food and beverage and have a chance to meet these great artists. A few tickets priced at $45 (advance) can be purchased at Pat’s Prime Cuts and Deli in Georgetown South or at Food Stuffs in Old Downtown.
Saturday, October 18, 2014, 8 pm
157 Main Street, Georgetown
Random Roads is one of Georgetown’s hottest local acts. Kudos to The Shepherd’s Crook for locking them down this week.
We’re talking soaring harmonies backed by a mix of classic acoustic instruments. Look for accordion, mandolin, banjo, guitar and percussion to complement their full vocal sound. Always an interesting band as the five members take turns on lead vocals. With their loyal following, it can be a good idea to arrive early for seating.
Members are Bob Gee, Jim Broughton, Christine Ford, Ian Jarvie and Peter Perko.
Bill McBride is a combination violinist and fiddler, equally adept at traditional East Coast music and Classical music.
With a new instrument he has found new inspiration. On Saturday, his sound will fill The Helson Gallery and be sound candy for library passersby. Bill’s playing is very expressive and well articulated … enjoy!
What do you want?
Folk? Rock? Contemporary, Country, Pop?
Rob’s got that style covered, just let him know between sets, and let the good times begin.
Formed in 2010, 4Play have steadily built themselves a following all over Southern Ontario through hard work and an abundance of passion.
At its core, 4Play is a blistering mass of driving riffs, energetic drums, technically diverse bass lines and captivating vocals, perfect for large venues with the amazing ability to be intense and musical at a lower volume for smaller venues.
Covering everything from Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Wonder, to Foo Fighters and Sublime, 4Play is bound to give you a taste of what you’re craving!
Mark Yan and Barry Mulcahy are returning to Silvercreek Bistro 112 Main St., Georgetown this Saturday, October 18 from 8-11.
Pop/country plus singer/songwriter styles.
Great, pure voice – authentic musicality – controlled acoustic guitar. Come hear the new sound in Downtown Georgetown … and don’t let him escape without sharing some Marley…
Jamie be G O O D!
Jamie Reilly breathes new life into the classic art of solo acoustic performance. From high energy, high emotion creative song writing, to his own style of personalised tributes. Jamie’s unique brand of imaginative and honest lyrical content, in combination with his individual playing style will move and inspire in the way of a true songwriter.