Sunday November 29 at 3 pm

One guitar. One week. One Song.
Five Alberta artists in the Calgary area have been challenged to participate in this global project : Steve Pineo (Calgary icon), Sydney Mae (2015 Calgary Folk Music Songwriting Contest), Shelby Doll (The Doll Sisters), Marti Smith (Milkwood Dreamers), and Bradley Bischoff (The Wardens). Each must write and record a song in only 7 days then pass the guitar to the next songwriter.

Saturday December 12 at 7 pm
Sunday December 13 at 3 pm: Dinner & a Set

Easterling's career has been full of chart-topping songs including cuts with Dierks Bentley, Joe Diffie, Billy Joe Royal, Paul Thorn, Neal McCoy, Sons of the Desert, and Robbie Hecht. His latest album, Goodbye-Hello, is rich with wisdom, acceptance and optimism. "I must say it's the most personal album I've recorded."

Growing up in North Carolina, Easterling released his debut album, Both Sides of the Shore in 1981. With this album tucked under his arm, Wyatt moved to Nashville and began making his way in the music business in whatever way he could. While pursuing another record deal, he wrote for various song publishers and became head of A&R for Atlantic Records Nashville.

Wyatt wrote and sang on "This Time I'm Takin' My Time" for Neal McCoy's album At This Moment, a collaboration that launched more than 2 decades of gold and platinum winning releases with Easterling acting as songwriter, producer, executive and session player.

Wyatt has partnered with Miles Copeland (The Police & Sting) and wrote the title track for Dierks Bentley's chart-topping, million-selling album Modern Day Drifter, followed by his critically acclaimed album "Where This River Goes" (local Lucas Chaisson covered this tune at Folk Alliance)

"In Nashville, there's nothing a songwriter likes better than a co-writer with a broken heart," chuckles Easterling. "You can really mine that for great stuff. That said, I've been going through some major life changes myself."

"Recording an album is an all-encompassing process. You're holed up in a windowless lab for days on end creating what you hope will be well-received music, all the while learning to trust the mad scientist in the room pushing all of the buttons and pulling the levers, or in this case, my Producer, Bill McDermott."

McDermott and Easterling are both seasoned record producers. McDermott has arranged more number one charting songs than he can count and Easterling has racked up more studio hours than he can remember including time with John Michael Montgomery, Paul Thorn, Neal McCoy and Keith Urban.

These days, Easterling is embracing the life of a troubadour, focusing his energy on bringing his music and his stories directly to his audience. "Playing for new audiences reminds me why I fell in love with music in the first place."


Saturday January 23 at 7 pm

Saturday February 6 at 7 pm

Saturday March 19 at 7 pm

Saturday April 30 at 7 pm



Saturday September 10 at 7 pm


Friday November 4 at 7 pm

Saturday December 17 at 7 pm
Sunday December 18 at 3 pm: Dinner & a Set

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  • Jackie and Dale were wonderful hosts! They have gone above and beyond to create an amazing house concert venue complete with a stage area, lighting, sound equipment and more! We had a great time performing for a fun audience, and we hope to be back again soon. - Twin Kennedy
  • Dan Mangan's article stating that Calgary is a Hot Bed for National Music in Vancouver's MonteCristo Magazine.
  • Commissioned by CTV, Chris composes "Kelsey's Back" for their 30-second promo spot. Scott Duncan fiddles with the energy!
  • Help Alberta artists get to Kansas City! In support of Bow Valley Music Club, the Gallery will help you order delicious pizza and more from Coco Brooks. Click here to download an order form.
  • "I was incredibly impressed with the quality of the performances and the great tunes and food! Lots of folks brought snacks and Jackie and Dale, as always, provided terrific pizza from Coco Brooks Pizza….their gluten free crust is the best I have had yet. Live music can't be beat and when heard in a small venue with great sound to boot, well it was a perfect way to spend an evening with friends and guests. Concerts are not-for-profit with funds going directly to the musicians….come on out, support a great cause and entertainment and bring your friends!" David Watt, David Watt Photography
  • "I am blown away by the over-the-top attention to detail with this venue. Wow! Clearly this is a labour of love for the organizers. Looking forward to future shows! This place is a Calgary music gem in every sense!" Everett Moore
  • "A fantastic little club...! Wonderful folks... just what I needed. Music clears the mind, replenishes the soul. Touched my heart, very intimate, special." Shelley
  • "We saw [John Wort Hannam] and Scott Duncan on fiddle. They were so excellent. what a team and welcoming hosts. A great venue." Heather Lester Hurl
  • "It was one of the best shows I've seen! Being so up close to the artists was fantastic. The Dead Stringers were great... an ideal venue." CBC's Karen Moxley.
  • "Every seat is a good seat at the Gallery," Mary Galloway.
  • "Perfect sound." Doctor of the Blues, Marshall Lawrence.
  • "What a lovely, lovely venue," Mary Bartlett.
  • "I was amazed at how spectacular live music is compared to a CD. It's so intimate at the Gallery." Christina Huber who was too shy to ask for an autograph, ha ha.

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