Come check out the advantages of Heavy Water at The GibRock Friday and Saturday, August 8/9 at 9:30 pm.
Shelzee and the Sax Man. Two person band consisting of Mark Gravelle on saxophone and Michelle Emory on vocals and acoustic guitar.
The duo covers the likes of The Lumineers, Mumford and Sons, Rihanna, Serena Ryder, and Coldplay, and is superb at engaging the crowd.
Bruce and Marlene Madole will be presenting an evening show — not in their typical Source of the Song format — with three special guests.
JK Gulley – Songwriter/Guitarist/Producer (the guy from that Tylenol commercial)
Mati Haskell – Performing Artist (she’s back !!!!)
Benita Hill – Nashville Hit Songwriter (Garth Brooks, Crystal Gayle, Glen Miller Band)
The show will be on FRIDAY Night Aug. 8th, starting at 8 pm, in the Terra Cotta Community Centre, 18 High Street, Terra Cotta. Tickets are $20. You can reserve by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 905-459-9753.
Susannah McKenzie-Sutter brings joie-de-vivre with a blend of fiddle and violin stylings. Playful and powerful, Susannah’s sound is a staple at the weekly Downtown Georgetown Farmer’s Market for good reason. Come see a respected musician with a bright future playing the ultimate chill venue, Glen Williams’ The Copper Kettle.
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!
Remember the Powder Blues Band? “Doin’ It Right”, “Thirsty Ears” etc…? That’s what I hear when I listen to The Tone Dogs (minus the sax). Or maybe it’s Huey Lewis I’m hearing.
I don’t know, but the real question is, “What are you hearing”?
Gotta hit up The McGib to figure it out.
Saturday, August 2 sees The St. George with The Beat Heathens, a band that has been playing together for nearly 15 years!!
Veteran musicians capable of playing a huge variety of music from the sixties to the nineties and beyond.