It was a fun time, but the Red Door Gallery is moving on from 69 Main Street. We would like to say thanks to anyone who was involved or checked out the gallery, attended events and came to shows/open mics by having a farewell event and drinks afterwards. A few local and surrounding artists will entertain for a few hours before we head across the street to the Crook for some celebratory drinks!!
We would love to see you there!!
There will be more information about where the Red Door Gallery will be locating and where.. if interested keep up with goings on through the facebook page!!
Nicole Robertson’s music is raw, honest, always real, as she says, “I don’t go for a trendy approach. What I do is blues!”
The influences for her music include Memphis Minnie, Blind Willie McTell, as well as Sam Cooke and many others. From early childhood Nicole knew music was her future. In addition to piano, she has mastered many instruments which included the guitar, drums, trumpet and fiddle.
Nicole’s engagements include opening for Jack De Keyzer, multiple appearances at the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival in addition to performing an original (Down by the River) with Larry Kurtz and the Lawbreakers on the Main stage.
She has performed throughout Caledon and Orangeville as well competing in Rising Stars at the CNE, and finished in the top 10 at the Rising Star competition at the Chin Picnic.
Duo partner Jeff Aul brings a Folk sensibility to their mix. The resulting music has a satisfying, soulful intimacy.
“JJ Millstone” … another local act worth checking out!