Open Mic, Roxy Coffee in Acton, Wednesday, September 24 at 7 pm

open-micOpen Mic is a monthly event held the last Wednesday of each month at 7 pm by Roxy Youth at Roxy Coffee in Acton. Anyone can come and share their artistic talents! Whether that be in music, poetry, drama, or whatever, all are welcome to come, share, and hangout.Be a part of a fun community of art people! And maybe enjoy a drink or two from Roxy Coffee as well 🙂If you would like to sign up beforehand to play just message Dan Dreise. Or you can take your chances and hope there is a spot open the night of.

Recommended – James Woodstock and The Vegan Piranhas, Texas Folk, The Bistro at Silvercreek, Thursday, September 25 at 7:30 pm

The return of James Woodstock and The Vegan Piranhas, long time hosts of Open Mic Night at The Copper Kettle!james w

The calm, steadying sound of James Woodstock`s largely original material, reminiscent of Steve Earle, Tom Russell and Guy Clark, has been missed. Room for three, on a good day, on The Bistro stage. So this edition of The Vegan bandmates will include Patrick Fraser on bass, and Carl Agar on mandolin and backing vocals. Tip of the hat to Philip John Lewin, Peter Perko, Cliff Simon, Dave Beazley and others who will be MIA … we`ve lost some good men to this stage 🙂

Come early … gonna be busy, and the boys will be playing 7:30-8:30.

Open Mic immediately afterward.

Recommended – The Cumberland Brothers, “Brother Harmony Style” Country Music, Home Routes House Concert, Saturday, September 20 @ 8 pm

Saddle up and ride over to Torino Gate, because Georgetown’s going country in a big way. The Cumberland Brothers’ sets include a mix of old country songs by artists like The Louvin and Delmore Brothers, backed with guitar, banjo and fiddle. So,

if you’re cravin’ the real deal …

if you got yourself $20 burnin’ a hole …

if you hurry, cuz they’s only a couple tickets left …

Then contact Frank Loreto at and hopefully he can still get you in, cuz these boys don’t hit these parts too often if  ‘ya know what I mean … These guys are very good.

Recommended – Jay Leroux, Top 40, The Bistro at Silvercreek, Saturday, September 20 at 8 pm

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JUSTIN (JAY) LeROUX has been a mainstay of the Toronto live music circuit for over fifteen years.
Jay studied music at Humber College, one of North America’s most reputable performance music schools, where he majored in guitar and composition. His playing is the perfect blend of groove, feel and technique. With  a true Rock & Roll voice, Jay conveys energy and emotion, enjoys being on stage and loves to interact with the audience.
Look for R&B, Pop, Funk, New Rock, Classic Rock, and Folk to backing MP-3 tracks, for a full sound from a real pro.

NEW KID IN TOWN, Eagles Tribute, John Elliott Theatre, $32, Saturday, September 20 from 8-10 pm

Bill Culp Productions presents NEW KID IN TOWN

The sound of the legendary group will be re-created with a new Canadian touring show called “New Kid In Town: The Ultimate Eagles Tribute”. Comprised of some of Canada’s leading session musicians, “New Kid in Town” will perform all of the legendary hits from the Eagles extensive career with amazing “Note for Note” accuracy.

The evening will be comprised of two sets, with the first half featuring all the songs from the multi-million selling album “Eagles Greatest Hits 1971-1975” including “Take It Easy” “One of These Nights” “Tequila Sunrise” “Peaceful Easy Feeling” “Take It To The Limit” and of course, “Desperado” amongst the audience favourites. After an intermission, the band will return with more classic hits from the latter portion of The Eagles career including “Life in the Fast Lane” “The Long Run” “Heartache Tonight” and their signature song “Hotel California”.

As a bonus, the multi-talented “New Kid In Town” cast will also perform solo hits made famous by Eagles band members Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh.