From Nonie Crete’s website …
“Nonie is a musical and storytelling force to be reckoned with. From heady blues, Irish balladry, to Cajun and French Canadian hues, Nonie seamlessly traverses genre with an execution only matched by her uncanny ability to explore equally diverse lyrical themes. Whether upbeat, sorrowful, poignant or whimsical, Nonie’s songs reach into the landscape of the heart – family, community, memory, discovery, love and loss – woven together by her stunningly beautiful voice.”
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!
We Want Your Ideas! The Halton Hills Cultural Roundtable wants your ideas on topics and speakers for our next Annual Symposium. Please follow the link below to fill in a short questionnaire.
Whether you have previously attended this event, or never missed one – we want to hear from you. From the respondents we will draw two free tickets to our 2015 Symposium!
The 2015 “Helping Culture Grow” Symposium runs Friday and Saturday January 30/31. This year will see solid representation for musicians. Richard Flohill, Publicity, Promotion and PR Specialist, and Alex Andronache Education Counselor and Spokesperson for Metalworks Institute will be featured.
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The new Season for the Georgetown Bach Chorale is hot off the press. Click here for details:
For the uninitiated, please see the following video for a sample of the ensemble’s outstanding musicianship:
Brampton Folk Club members Mark Yan and Barry Mulcahy have been a duo for a couple of years, but clearly they have played many gigs pre-duo. Professionalism, musicality, creativity all come to mind. You might wanna pop over to The Bistro Friday around 8 pm.
A leap into the rarefied air of a Saturday Night for The Shepherd’s Crook … and what a way to do it!
Singer songwriter Jordan Faye is joined by outstanding Jazz guitarist Dave Haffey and Georgetown’s own Brian Scarth in a blend of Bluegrass, Folk, Country and Pop. As part of Guelph’s vibrant music scene, yet with strong Georgetown roots, see why The Grey Owls be making us proud. This is a special night!
Opening will be Dayfoot, a new bluegrass/folk local band, with a warm sound reminiscent of Shepherd’s Crook favorites Second Wind and Random Roads.
Kudos to The Crook for hosting some of our finest young, local talent.
You want to hear a soulful voice? You wanna be moved?
Terry Rawlinko. Terry Rawlinko! Just do the right thing – check it out, Saturday at The Bistro.
Paul Landry reprises his Bistro performance from the night before, bringing the strong East Coast breeze to The Kettle! Twelve string originals are interlaced with both traditional and contemporary music for a raw, powerful sound.
Bill Craig, the Irish Musician and Entertainer, has been well received by audiences at The Shepherd’s Crook.
From his Website:
“Bill Craig’s performance is relaxed eclectic, thought provoking, goofy and entertaining. His casual attitude is designed to include, not exclude his audience, be it eight or eight hundred people. Bill puts all his energy into his songs and makes a point of having a good time on stage. This usually translates to his audience having a similar experience.”