A new band in town, with Steve Ruggle, Gerry Whitty, Bill Pennycook and Bob (someone help me with the last name lol) plays The Shepherd’s Crook tonight. Expect a little Rock, some Country, and a nice groove to the music.
$10 at the door!
Doors: 9 pm – Check out Mill Pond, before they play Rock The Hills
Mill in a pond – 9:20-9:45
Waterparkside – 9:55-10:20
Acting out a riot – 10:30-11:10
FoldfCront – 11:20-12
Take in The Williams Mill artists’ studio next door, then settle into the laid back vibe of The Copper Kettle. May I suggest the Mango Chicken Curry Wrap?
Alex Bartolini, aka Jon Alexander, recently returned from Italy.
Great to have him back! Here is a memorable voice.
Covering songs with a little acoustic backing.
Forcing us to forget everything.
And just chill at The Bistro.
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Canadian Folk Music, Covers, Children’s Music
Chris Dube was born and raised in North Bay, Ontario and counts Bob Dylan, John Prine and Neil Young among his greatest musical influences.
In his spare time, Chris takes great pleasure travelling to different schools to entertain children.
Click here to listen to a sample of Chris’ music.
Kev Morse writes from experience, sings from the heart and plays the guitar like it was meant for him to play. An evening spent listening to Kev play his guitar and sing his songs is like an evening spent with an old friend. His songs reach out, grab you, they hold on tight and they stay with you.
Check out the outstanding “Happy Ever After” at the :45 mark here. This one should be in rotation on CBC Radio.
Take in Kev performing tracks from his new “In The Blood” CD at The Bistro at Silvercreek.
With his singing, playing and storytelling, and his melodic tenor voice and gentle wit, Michael Kelly Cavan continues to provide heartwarming and foot-tapping entertainment wherever he finds a stage.
Summer officially starts this weekend … June 20 – 21
The Larry Melton Band
9:30pm til closing
The McGibbon Hotel rocks.
Personality of a Folkie, but Lord can this boy Rock!
If it’s Caspian Sawczak, just turn it up …