DID YOU KNOW:
D-Moos, Halton Hills’ own Internet Radio station www.D-Moos.com, has secured 30,000 high quality recordings previously spun by CHUM AM. They have filtered them down to 20,000 suitable for airplay, ranked them, and created a computer program to cycle through them based on that ranking.
The result is a truly eclectic mix of Classic Hits from the 50’s to today. With the station’s high “bitrate” and recently upgraded technology, they sound excellent. The songs are accessible worldwide, broadcast right from “The Grand Old Lady” (The McGibbon Hotel) and presented by a roster of professional Disc Jockeys purely for the love of music.
Click here to listen now: http://yp.shoutcast.com/sbin/tunein-station.pls?id=218341
And for the Live Music lover, check out ‘The Musicman’ James Rogers. He features Canadian artists, some Live, and broadcasts weeknights 9 pm till Midnight from the Orangeville Studio.
A concert at St. Paul’s Anglican in Norval. Tickets are available from Phil Lewin at email@example.com.
Jennifer Noble is an excellent song writer and vocalist.
Gordon Finley is a long time Norval resident, returning for the concert. He has a folk-rock-country flair worth hearing!
Check out The Reverend Billy Keys at The Copper Kettle.
Blues, R&B, Rockabilly, Standards. Teamed with a soulful voice, Billy is an accomplished keyboard player. More about Billy’s music is here.
CLASSIC TO CURRENT DANCEABLE ROCK Hey Ladiesss..
This is the Summer of Selective Soul at The St. George. They’re rockin’, you’re dancin’.
Check out the song list HERE.
Kirk Gabel plays a wicked Rock style acoustic guitar. With a strong voice and smart song selection, toes tend to tap at Kirk’s shows. Come enjoy the music of a key member of The Glen Band, right at home in Glen Williams’ The Copper Kettle.
Guess who’s back at The Gib … our own Neil Cotton and Hawk’s Nest. Named after rockabilly hero Ronnie Hawkins, the band proudly bears the country rock banner.
Neil took his first music lesson (lap-steel) when he was 8 years old but didn’t take up performing until he was 27. He has been with three bands over the years, and we’re lucky to call him one of our own. Pop in and tip your cap to a local music legend.