Highly Recommended – The Beat Heathens, Classic Rock, The St. George Pub, Saturday, Apr 22 at 9:30 pm

The St. George has The Beat Heathens, a band that has been playing together for nearly 15 years, the brainchild of former MuchMusic VJ Dan Gallagher and former Coney Hatch bass player Andy Curran. Among the original members of the band was guitarist Mike Montgomery.

Although Dan has passed away, Mike continues the band to this day.  The result is a talented group that plays a wide variety of music that continues to win audiences over every night.

Veteran musicians capable of playing a huge variety of music from the sixties to the nineties and beyond.

Recommended – The Marion Singers, St. Alban’s, Saturday, April 22 at 7:30 pm

A delightful blend of beautiful music and levity, the Marion Singers are returning to St. Alban’s on April 22nd! The concert will begin at 7:30pm and, with local Chris Dawes now leading the group, it will definitely be an excellent performance. Don’t miss it!

Tickets available from St. Alban’s at 905-877-8323 or by message through FB.

The Marion Singers choir is a 16-voice ensemble whose concerts include a mixed repertoire of music styles including classic sacred pieces from composers such as Mendelssohn, Viadanna, and Tallis, as well as modern composers including Tavener, Lauridsen and Busto. They perform a wide range of fun secular music as well from a repertoire that includes old Canadiana, Folk from the British Isles and songs by Billy Joel and the Beatles. The intimate atmosphere they create in concert with close harmonies, always sung acapella (without instruments), is a treat for every music lover.

More info at http://www.marionsingers.com/

Recommended – Bill Craig, Irish/Traditional, Shepherd’s Crook, Friday, Apr 21 @ 8 pm

You won’t want to miss the music and wit of  Bill Craig.

Bill was born and raised in Ireland, and lived in London in 1973. He moved to Toronto in 1974. He first performed as a vocalist for various Rock ‘n Roll bands in Ireland in 1967.

In 1969, Bill began playing guitar on stage and has stayed with it as his main instrument ever since. Throughout this period, he maintained an interest in the music of his native Ireland, and would occasionally confuse, and usually please, rock audiences with a solo voice guitar rendition. Bill fills The Crook with a wide variety of sounds and a larger than life personality that works well in the room.

Cead Mile Failte…A Hundred Thousand Welcomes…