Take It Easy: The Story of The Eagles” celebrates the incredible music of legendary 1970s Country-Rock group “The Eagles”. This audience-interactive show is comprised of some of Canada’s leading session musicians, who perform all of the legendary hits from the Eagles’ extensive career with soaring vocal harmonies and sizzling hot guitar solos. The evening will be comprised of two sets, with the first half featuring all the songs from the multi-million selling album “Eagles Greatest Hits 1971-1975.” The second half features more classic hits from the band’s later years, including solo hits made famous by Don Henley and Joe Walsh. Don’t miss your favourites including “One of These Nights,” “Desperado,” “Heartache Tonight” and of course, “Hotel California”!
Time: 8:00 pm Buy Tickets
Muskoka-grown singer & songwriter, Grant Tingey, says his love of music came from within his family and at the age of 15, he really started taking singing seriously and later tried his hand at songwriting.
Grant is very excited about his new single, Ride It One More Time, that he just recorded at Noble Street Studios in Toronto with one of Canada’s finest record producers Mr. Gavin Brown. He hopes that this new song will be embraced by both his dedicated fans and will be discovered by new ones as well.
This show at the Gravenhurst Opera House is a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Society in memory of Grant’s father Sheldon Tingey.
Join us for this intimate evening of Songs & Stories featuring Bet Smith & Zachary Lucky The Trillium Court and a cash-bar open at 7:00 PM and the entertainment is scheduled to begin at 7:30 PM.
Proceeds from this event will go to support the Gravenhurst Women’s Centre.
Pay at the door & General Admission seating.
There are various explanations for the term ‘ghost light’ in relation to the world around us. There is the supernatural narrative – that every theatre has a ghost, and that when the light isn’t lit, the darkness provides a chance for the dead to haunt us. And then there is the Royal Wood version of GHOST LIGHT. The kind that lets someone truly shine from within– raw, honest and open…. and that’s why he has named his new record after this mythical glow.
Show time: 8:00
Po Cholly – For 45 years, Charlie has been an itinerant bluesman, traveling the globe, hosting concerts and conducting workshops. He is well-known for his blues harp styles, slide guitar & traditional blues.
Beverlie Robertson is a singer, musician, folklorist and author with a BA in French from U of T and a music minor. As a member of the trio The Chanteclairs, she travelled widely & performed at festivals such as the Mariposa Folk Festival, the Fredericton Jazz & Blues Festival, etc. & at venues from The Riverboat, to Massey Hall, Maple Leaf Gardens & the CNE Grandstand.
Where: Muskoka Place Gallery (1182 Foreman Rd., Port Carling)
When: April 29, 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $10, pay at the door
Refreshments available by donation
Fresh off their Maple Blues awards for: Entertainer of the Year Electric Act of the Year Bassist of the Year Drummer of the Year The Paul DesLauriers Band is made up of virtuoso guitarist and singer Paul DesLauriers and masterful rhythm section Greg Morency on bass and Sam Harrisson on drums.
Show time: 8:00
Sing Along Tim & The Pacifiers play a fully-interactive folk-rock for Families. From classic and traditional to new and original via some of the greats like Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, Pete Seeger and Sharon Lois & Bram.
All of the songs are arranged and performed in a way that encourages everybody to join in and experience the joy of making music together.
Harry Sullivan hasn’t seen his son, Drew, in thirteen years. Then one day Drew announces that he’s coming to visit Harry at Harry’s rundown Saskatchewan ranch. Mending Fences is the story of their past, their present, and possibly their future relationship.
Evening performances: May 5, 6, 11, 12, & 13 at 7:30 pm
Matinee performances: May 7 & 14 at 2:00 pm
Muskoka Concert Association presents Canadian Men’s Chorus
The CMC presents professional performances of classical repertoire, traditional and contemporary, with a focus on music that reflects Canadian culture and on creating new Canadian music.
Doors open 6:30 PM | Show 7:30 PM Tickets $32 (regular) | $7 (student)
Traversing Wild is about passing through the unknown to reach a greater understanding. It is a documentary about seemingly normal people that, for 24 hours, succumb to the unknown and let themselves be swallowed up by the wilderness as they desperately try to make it through, in a race against time, and their own limitations. Set in Parry Sound, Ontario, just outside of the rugged and rocky shores of Georgian Bay, a select number of teams have prepared to navigate through 120 kilometres of backcountry; biking, running and paddling, in a true expedition-style, point to point race, with nothing but a few weary souls and a wooden carving of a beaver waiting for them at the finish.
Séan McCann’s love for Newfoundland and Labrador folk songs shot him to international fame as a founding member of the renowned group Great Big Sea. After millions of albums sold, countless hit songs, and record breaking tours around the world, Séan now tours as a solo artist in intimate venues where he can connect with his audience face-to-face with music bringing peace, love and happiness.
Chris Murphy, a Kingston native, has been a part of the Ontario music scene for 20 years, both as a solo performer, and in such bands as Crooked Wood and Turpin’s Trail. He plays guitar, mandolin, Irish Bouzouki, banjo, accordion, whistles, and bodhrán.
Time: 7:30 pm Buy Tickets
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