Hollerado is a-comin’ to town … Katie bar the door!!
Rock The Hills Music Festival is getting closer … July 12.
Hollerado – New Group Of The Year JUNO nominee, are the Feature. Any band that opens for Jack White is allWhite with me.
Three of the hottest local bands, three of the hottest local solo acts. Georgetown Fairgrounds. You wanna get on this … festival info HERE.
With a little luck you can have members of The Almost Cool Band join you on stage at The St. George Pub.
Thursday is performance night. 8 pm `Open Mic` at The Bistro, then The St. George, and finally, karaoke at Shoeless Joe`s!
The Wounded will rock The McGibbon Hotel on May 9 and 10 (Friday and Saturday night) 9:30 p.m. to close.
Located at 79 Main St. S., Georgetown. Info: 905-877-3388.
Frank Logue hosts the highly successful Wednesday Night Jam.
The Shepherd’s Crook is a traditional pub-restaurant in the heart of downtown Georgetown.
Enjoy the occasional Fiddle, Double Bass, Banjo, Mandolin and of course a healthy smattering of acoustic guitars. 8 pm start.
This Weekend at The Bistro
Friday, May 9: Collette Andrea showcases a controlled, Contemporary style, while Mitchell Dunn brings some nice, punchy Acoustic Rock.
Saturday, May 10: Jamie Farrar is back with unique stylings of purely original music.
Phil Lewin helped establish the Tuesday Night Acoustic Jam many years ago at The Copper Kettle, and continues hosting to this day.
Many of the musicians you see playing about town met each other and developed their skills at Phil’s jam. Come check out the music and “The Kettle” on a Tuesday Night, 8-11 pm.
It’s 9 o’clock. Friday Night.
You feel like rocking some tunes and you want to get out.
This is the ultimate chill environment. Bring lotsa music, have a pint, and if you like, ask Brenda about the intriguing history of The Copper Kettle building in Glen Williams … circa 1856.
Hosted by Neil Fraser.
This poor guy from Montreal, even with the dirty ‘stache, is struggling to snag 9 million hits on this video. Let’s give him a hand.