Steve Marriner: is a dynamic and powerful performer. His incorporation of various styles of blues, roots and soul come together to form an original sound that is both deep and genuine.
Chris Caddell: Who would’ve thought that Belleville, Ontario could produce a musician with the southern vibe and bluesy reverence of a Stevie Ray Vaughan or Doyle Bramhall II?
Jesse O’Brien: played his first gig, with his father, at the tender age of 12. A few years later, Dad introduced Jesse to Ronnie Hawkins, and the teenager launched into a much-lauded career as a keyboardist. He was inspired by the late, great Buffalo-area keyman Stan Szelest (one-time member of The Band), whose ability to play any style of music was something O’Brien took to be a prerequisite for a music career. “You have to play everything to get by,” he says. “Half the time when you show up at a studio, you don’t even know if you’re walking into a country session, a jazz session, or a pop session.”
Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost have been bringing a taste of Celtic music to Ontario audiences for years. Featuring a dynamic fiddle performance by Brooke Richardson and Bexy Ashworth, audiences are additionally treated to the talented Matti Palonen on tin whistle and double-bass, Scot Allan on percussion and bodhran, and Stephen Lamb on guitar and lead vocals. With their rendition of classic Celtic and east coast covers, traditional fiddle tunes, and 2 albums worth of original tunes dubbed ‘Music with a Celtic Heart’, they often invite the audience to participate in a fun, energetic stage show, that can be enjoyed by all.
Help us celebrate Robbie Burns Day with Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost
Alfie Smith – is a true modern day Blues Man, blending hard-edged Rock and Roll, Gospel, Folk and Jazz with Pure Primal Blues to create his own unique sound. He is adept at many instruments including 7 string slide guitar, banjo, guitar, 12 string and lap steel.
When: Saturday, January 26, 8:00 pm
Where: Muskoka Place Gallery, 1182 Foreman Rd., Port Carling
Refreshments: by donation in the jar
Admission: $10.00 at the door
One voice is all it takes. The right vocalist can make you fall in love at first listen, elicit tears, or bring you back to a different era altogether. A microphone and a stage remain the only necessities. That holds true for New York-based soul singer and songwriter Morgan James.
After more than twelve years of touring and over 1000 concerts across Canada, the USA, Australia, Europe and the UK, Good Lovelies have chosen one night – and one night only – to record a live concert for video and album release.
This is something they have been preparing for more than a decade – a very special night for the band and one they will always remember. Come be a part of a live concert recording, that will be viewed by Good Lovelies fans around the world. Come and add your voice to the recording. Help them capture this special moment in time.
There is nothing like a live concert. The energy. The anticipation. The way it feels when the auditorium lights go dark, and the performers walk out on stage. The excitement when the lights come on, and – AH! – there they are, about to play your favourite song!
But it’s not just about the performers, it’s about the audience too. And that’s why Good Lovelies have chosen Huntsville as the place to record this live concert. After ten years of touring, they know – and appreciate – how warm, welcoming and enthusiastic Huntsville audiences are. This is going to be a special night, and a special night requires a special audience.
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