Each Thursday Night at 8 pm Al Robitaille and Domenic Bonaldo co-host “Open Mic” at The Bistro at Silvercreek. Performances are pre-scheduled, and drop-ins are welcome.
Broad selection of local musicians, excellent food and service, and a welcoming, classy vibe all make for a good night out. Arrive early for good eats and good seats.
The Georgetown Celtic Fiddle Orchestra presents their annual Spring concert on Friday, May 2, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
This year’s spring concert is a tribute to the Cape Breton music tradition. The group will perform a lively blend of jigs, reels, and a variety of other traditional Celtic tunes that you would likely hear in Cape Breton Island NS. The opening act is the very first performance of the brand new Georgetown Youth String Orchestra.
The family friendly concert will be held at: St. Andrew’s United Church 89 Mountainview Rd S. (at Sinclair Avenue) Tickets are $10 for adults $5 for kids under 12 and are available in advance at the Academy of Music 905-877-2770 or at the door.
The St. George pub, formerly The George and Dragon, occasionally has live music on weekends and they are proud to present:
April 26, 2014
The Travelling Beer Bellies, Classic Rock (www.tbbband.com)
The Travelling Beer Bellies are still one of the most booked classic rock bands in the Golden Horseshoe!
First formed in 1997, The Travelling Beer Bellies have performed countless shows all over Ontario and continue to wow the audience, for 15 years straight.
Hurry and get your tickets today!
Contact one of the choir members or visit any one of their distributors for your tickets in advance. For more information about ticket prices, or to purchase them on-line visit the Concerts page.
I am delighted to announce that Georgetown Musictown has it’s first volunteer 🙂
A big welcome to Marena Manierka who will be giving back to the music community from now until August, when her studies take her across the border. Thank you Marena!
It’s Keyboard Night again !
Domenic Bonaldo, Matt Powell and Marena Manierka are back, and joined by The Reverend Billy Keys, Jonathan Kolenda and – did I cover everybody?
Last Keyboard Night was definitely a good time. Be wise … grab your good eats and good seats early 🙂
Well this week was all about growth. Glenn McFarlane grew his act as he had his brother Keith join him on stage to add some percussion, and it filled out their Maritime sound. Larry Abela grew his act as he … Continue reading