UPCOMING SHOWS

2015

COD GONE WILD
Friday January 30 at 7 pm

SOLD OUT

JENIE THAI
Saturday February 28 at 7 pm

I like to say Jenie Thai is a skinny white chick who sings the blues! Others have compared Jenie to an early Maria Muldaur soaked in the musical influences of Tom Waits, Bonnie Raitt, Memphis Slim, Muddy Waters, Ella Fitzgerald, and Ryan Adams. A performer, song-writer, singer, and instrumentalist: Jenie combines classical technique, jazz harmonics, and a life-long appreciation for blues and folk to produce a unique charm as a singer-songwriter on the on the Canadian folk, roots, and blues music scene.

DAVE GUNNING
Sunday March 15 at 3 pm

Dave Gunning is the next big thing in the True North of Song, an artist as compelling, as assured and attentive to every nuance of the writing process as Lightfoot, Cockburn and Stan Rogers before him.” — Greg Quill, The Toronto Star

There are stories that wash over you like a tide, and then there are stories that grab you by the heart. Dave Gunning has made a point of finding the latter and wrapping them up in song since he broke upon the East Coast music scene in Canada back in 1997. The Pictou County, Nova Scotia born and bred singer-songwriter and working class hero has built up from humble beginnings to a point where his name is regularly included in conversation with artists such as David Francey, James Keelaghan, Ron Hynes, Stan Rogers, Bruce Cockburn and Gordon Lightfoot. Writing from a sonic menu that includes flavors of Irish, Scottish, olk and country musical styles, Dave transcends genre with songs that fill your senses and touch your soul.

GORDIE TENTREES
Sunday April 26 at 3 pm

Video (Somebody's Child) coming out on new album! "Yet another album by a man who really should be a household name, thanks to the excellence of his vocal and writing skills and his ability to create atmospheres and arrangements perfectly suited to his writing, something not all great singer songwriters are able to master.” - AMERICANA ROOTS UK 5/5

International touring award nominated Canadian artist Gordie Tentrees is releasing his 6th album "Less is More" in 2015 and will be touring it with multi-instrumentalist Jaxon Haldane, on Banjo, Mando and Fiddle Saw. Tentrees performs 200 concerts in 11 countries each year, nominated for Western Canadian Music Awards, Finalist in the ISC Americana Category out of 15 000 songs, and has toured with Kelly Joe Phelps, Steve Poltz, Fred Eaglesmith, and Mary Gauthier.

Jaxon Haldane From the hotbed of Canadian music Winnipeg MB, now hiding out in Oklahoma City, infamous frontman, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer Jaxon Haldane comes into his own as a solo artist with the ability to combine the visceral intensity of punkrock or dixieland, with the soul stirring emotion of vintage country and blues. Frontman, singer, banjo player for legendary Canadian "mutant bluegrass" band D-RANGERS, Haldane has toured with Fred Eaglesmith, The Sadies, Romi Mayes, Scott Nolan, Willie P Bennett, Roger Marin, and Corb Lund. Video (Willie P Bennet Decatur)

RYAN MCMAHON
Saturday May 9 at 7 pm

KEN STEAD
Friday June 5 at 7 pm

SOL JAMES & BROOKE WYLIE
July

THE DOLL SISTERS
August

SEAN BURNS
Saturday September 26 at 7 pm

ROSS NEILSEN
October

ALEX VISSIA
November

WYATT EASTERLING
Saturday December 19 at 7 pm
Sunday December 20 at 3 pm: Dinner & a Set

2016

KRAY VAN KIRK
January

KAT DANSER
February

JEFFERY STRAKER
March

MATT PATERSHUK
April

BELLE PLAINE
May

KEN YATES
June

SWEET ALIBI
September

KIM BEGGS
October

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