Classic Rock from Silvercreek
Silvercreek is a Classic Rock Band, big on vocal harmonies, covering your favorite songs from six decades of music history. Come on out and dance the night away or just sit back and listen to oldies by the Beatles, Elvis and CCR or 80’s and 90’s favorites such as Bryan Adams, Steve Miller, 3 Doors Down, The Tragically Hip, AC/DC, The Foofighters and many more.
Bass & Vocals
Guitar & Vocals
You won’t want to miss the music and wit of Bill Craig.
Bill was born and raised in Ireland, and lived in London in 1973. He moved to Toronto in 1974. He first performed as a vocalist for various Rock ‘n Roll bands in Ireland in 1967.
In 1969, Bill began playing guitar on stage and has stayed with it as his main instrument ever since. Throughout this period, he maintained an interest in the music of his native Ireland, and would occasionally confuse, and usually please, rock audiences with a solo voice guitar rendition. Bill fills The Crook with a wide variety of sounds and a larger than life personality that works well in the room.
Cead Mile Failte…A Hundred Thousand Welcomes…
Nicole Robertson’s music is raw, honest, always real, as she says, “I don’t go for a trendy approach. What I do is blues!”
The influences for her music include Memphis Minnie, Blind Willie McTell, as well as Sam Cooke and many others. From early childhood Nicole knew music was her future. In addition to piano, she has mastered many instruments which included the guitar, drums, trumpet and fiddle.
Nicole’s engagements include opening for Jack De Keyzer, multiple appearances at the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival in addition to performing an original (Down by the River) with Larry Kurtz and the Lawbreakers on the Main stage.
She has performed throughout Caledon and Orangeville as well competing in Rising Stars at the CNE, and finished in the top 10 at the Rising Star competition at the Chin Picnic.
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.
Take in Kev performing tracks from his “In The Blood” CD.