Georgetown’s Larry Melton is the former lead vocalist for Blackwell, a rock band that toured across Ontario & Quebec for a couple of years. When the band took a break to record original material, they lost their lead guitarist, ultimately (and permanently unfortunately) to Rick Springfield (since 2005).
Larry continues rocking strong, backed by a group of excellent musicians, and his is a voice to be heard!
The Helson Gallery has the funny guy, Ian Jarvie, who happens to be a fine music man, and they have the straight man, Bob Gee, who happens to be an outstanding musician. Put ’em together and you have one good afternoon of music.
Terry Rawlinko has been composing and performing music for over 10 years. His sound touches on a number of genres including Pop Rock, Folk and Alternative. Influences include The Band, The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews and The Tragically Hip.
Smooth and polished … perfect for a wine bar.
On Sunday Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m., the community is invited to attend Sing Out a Song For Peace, a one-hour (free) concert to promote world peace.
For 19 years now, local voices have been raised in support of peace and to honour veterans from all wars and peacekeeping missions. Branch 120 (Georgetown) of the Canadian Legion will participate, along with the 100-voice Georgetown Choral Society and members of the Georgetown Children’s Chorus.
The program also features a presentation on the recent trip by a group of Georgetown residents to the war memorials in Europe, and the story of the Avro Lancaster WWII Bomber that was flown to the UK and back this Summer.
Just prior to the concert at the Georgetown Christian Reformed Church, 11611 Trafalgar Rd., there will be a sing-along of old WWII favourites (please come at 7:15 p.m.). Special seating for veterans and their spouses has been arranged. Call Lois Fraser, 905-877-4411 ext. 253 to reserve a seat or arrange a ride.
Tickets will be $20, and can be ordered by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org , or calling (905) 459-9753. Tickets can also be picked up or purchased at Reeve & Clarke Fine Books, Glen Williams (Thurs – Sun, 11-5).
Paul Shearer plays more instruments than he owns, and that’s saying something!
“Musicality” is the word that comes to mind, an excellent feel and flow to his playing.
The outstanding acoustics at The Helson Gallery are perfect for taking in his performance. Jazz and Pop are featured.
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 newly renovated sanctuary of St. John’s United Church will host the final “Creating Inspiring Spaces” benefit concert. Tickets are $20 IN ADVANCE, $25 AT THE DOOR. They can be purchased at The Silvercreek Café and St. John’s church office, email@example.com 905-877-2531.
Proceeds support the 175th Anniversary Renovation project.
Christopher Dawes, numbered among Canada’s leading church musicians, concert organists and choral accompanists, is a freelance musician and consultant based at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music.
Daniel Rubinoff has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in France, Canada and the United States. His recordings are broadcast on CBC and he won the ARCT Gold Medal from the Royal Conservatory of Music for the highest score in the orchestral instrument category.