Posts tagged ‘Westport Entertainment’

Famine and Shipwreck



An Irish Odyssey. This is a Westport Sesquicentennial Event.

CBC Film, the Hannah Project. Producer/Director Brian McKenna will be present.

Free Admission – Donations to the Westport Heritage Committee are welcome.



Date :

March 3, 2017 from 7 to 9 pm


Event location :

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 542

10099 County Road

Westport, ON



Contact :

Please contact for more information.

Some kind of Choir – February Session


Gotta voice inside that needs to come out ?
Gotta sing ? Join Some kind of Choir !

If you love to sing…
Join us Sunday afternoons!
No auditions – $50/person
Registration forms online.
Payment cash, cheque, PayPal.

Date :
Sunday, Feb 5, 2017 | 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Event location :
Knox Presbyterian Church, Westport, ON, Canada

Contact :
Email :
Website :

Some kind of Choir



If you love to sing just for the joy of singing come join us Sunday afternoons! For twelve weeks we will be gathering at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall to sing some of Canada’s greatest songs! Loads of fun! No auditions! All are welcomed! $50pp more info on our website westportartscouncil,com


Date :

Sunday January 22, 2017 from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm


Event location :

Knox Presbyterian Church,

Westport, ON, Canada
Contact :

Name: westport arts council

E-mail :

Phone Number : (613) 2738788

What’s cooking in Westport



Cook together in the community kitchen on the first Tuesday of every month! Learn new skills, take home food. Childcare is available.

Join us for What’s Cooking in Westport. If you’re interested in donating to our Westport Food Sharing Shelf, check out the list of ideas coming from this month’s recipes! Focus on healthy eating and food skills development. Group members participate in both planning, hands on cooking and nutrition education discussions each month. Participants take food items home. Includes a volunteer development component.

Last month, in addition to making chili and cornbread from scratch, we’ve learn how to turn the chili into a salad, with lettuce, tomato, onion, guacamole, and chipotle ranch dressing. For dessert, we’ve worked on how to do an apple taste test, with a banana nut dip!

Please visit our facebook page for more information !

Date :
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 | 10 am to 1 pm

Event location :
Free Methodist Church, 65 Bedford Street
Westport ON, Ontario Canada

Contact :
Contact number: 613-272-2799 X237
Website :

What’s cooking in Westport ?


Cook together in the community kitchen on the first Tuesday of every month! Learn new skills, take home food. Childcare is available.

Join us for What’s Cooking in Westport. If you’re interested in donating to our Westport Food Sharing Shelf, check out the list of ideas coming from this month’s recipes!

Last month, in addition to making chili and cornbread from scratch, we’ve learn how to turn the chili into a salad, with lettuce, tomato, onion, guacamole, and chipotle ranch dressing. For dessert, we’ve worked on how to do an apple taste test, with a banana nut dip!

Date :
November 1, 2016 from 10 am to 1 pm

Event location :
Free Methodist Church, 65 Bedford Street
Westport ON, Ontario Canada

Contact :
Contact number: 613-272-2799 X237

Pigs and Pie Fall Fly-in



October 08, Westport ON (CRL2): COPA Flight 56 Annual “Pigs and Pies” Fly-In / Drive-In lunch hosted by the Rideau Lakes Flying Club.

This is our fall large-scale fly-in event. View the planes and enjoy the Westport hospitality. Planes come from all over Ontario, Quebec, and the Northeast States to the Westport Aerodrome. On the May 21 long weekend we held the Spring version and had 52 planes arrive – very exciting.

It’s a great way to really experience the joy of flight. People can come to the field and see a wide variety of planes arrive and takeoff. Lots of time to walk the flightline, see the planes and talk with the pilots.

We also will be providing our famous “Pigs” (i.e. Kudrinko’s fabulous sausages) plus local “Pies” made fresh just down the road – a wonderful scrumptious combination. Sausages and pie served from 11:00 until 14:00 (donations accepted to cover costs). Floatplane pickup from main dock in Westport. Fun for the whole family.

All to be had for a donation to the Club. Again, everyone in the community is welcome.

Date :
Saturday, October 8, 2016 | 10 am to 2 pm

Event location :
Rideau Lakes Airport
Westport, ON, Canada

Contact :
For more information, please contact Mike Miles at 613-276-6276 ( or Bill Green at 613 273-5282 (

Festival of Small Halls at the Delta Old Town Hall – The Strumbellas

Festival_home_day_textCommunity Supper on Friday September 25th

$10 hot supper served starting at 5:30PM at the hall.

Reservations are required at

Cash bar. All proceeds go to support the Old Stone Mill NHS.

A musical evening in the Old Town Hall with the THE STRUMBELLAS featuring sweeping bluegrass-inspired indie rock music.

For more information, click here: small-halls-strumbellas

The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is about sharing a love of music in a beloved place. Brought to you by the Team Behind Bluesfest, the Festival of Small Halls brings exceptional Canadian musicians to small venues across Eastern Ontario.

Every small community has one: a treasured building that brings people together for town meetings, yoga classes, bingo games, local theatre, white elephant sales—and the list goes on.

These buildings have rich cultural histories and countless stories to tell. No two are alike. During the festival, communities across Eastern Ontario will throw open the doors of their small halls for an unforgettable night of music. Some of Canada’s best musicians will step off the big stage and hit the scenic back roads to perform in legions, schools, churches, or town halls. They will receive a warm, small-town welcome from communities of music lovers who are eager to show off their treasured halls and their hospitality, all in the name of excellent music.

Small Halls festivals are popping up around the world. What started in PEI has spread to Australia, and now to Ontario. The Festival of Small Halls is proud to join this international community dedicated to showcasing first-rate music in intimate venues.

The Festival of Small Halls is about sharing big music in small, cherished places. It’s about settling into the heart of a community, and then experiencing music with heart.

July 2015 events at The Cove


Every Wednesday RACK ‘N TUNES with Shawn McCullough (Country/Guitar) 7-10pm (Except Jul.1)

EveryRacknTunes2015 Wednesday RACK ‘n TUNES with SHAWN McCULLOUGH (Westport) (guitar player/singer/alternative lyricist) to help you break up your week and give you a little social fix. Shawn has played and toured with Canadian Country star Jason McCoy and has been a part of Telecaster supergroup, The Telebastards, featuring Steve Piticco. His is highly in demand as a session and sideman and has incredible skill, wit and stage presence. He has a solo record to his name “This is Me” and is currently performing with rising Country star Brea Lawrenson.

One Rack of Ribs with Fries $10… 7-10pm






Every Thursday JAZZ NIGHT with Spencer Evans Trio 9-11pm

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She is the soul singing diva of Kingston and area! Don’t miss a special night with THE Miss Emily! 9-11pm

JAZZ NIGHT with SPENCER EVANS TRIO The Cove Inn hosts one of the most original and memorable Live Music Experiences you’ll have! The Popular Spencer Evans Trio with Rob Radford on drums, Seamus Cowan on bass and Spencer Evans on piano, clarinet and vocals has proven a formidable three performing all styles of music to huge crowds of all ages. The party has been going for over 19 years now! Join us for dinner too… The Trio plays select dates throughout the fall until the spring and EVERY THURSDAY from late spring to Thanksgiving Long Weekend. Call The Cove 1.888.COVE.INN to make reservations and confirm dates. SPENCER EVANS was born in Picton, grew up around the Quinte area, and graduated from B.C.I. Spencer plays piano, clarinet, accordion, sings, dances, prances and has been a professional musician for the past 15 years. He has played Bermuda to Bosnia, New Orleans to the North Pole, and has recorded and toured with The Cowboy Junkies, Sarah Harmer and Pat Temple, and has performed with Jeff Healey, Dan Aykroyd, Willie P. Bennett, Jack Mahieu, Alex Pangman, Maria Muldaur, and Toronto’s Swing Gang, among countless others. Spencer has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CBC Radio’s The Vinyl Café with Stuart McLean, MUCHmusic and CMT. A resident of Kingston for several years, Spencer keeps busy playing with numerous local bands such as Bloom, Pico de Gallo, Ghetto Xpress, The River Cats and various jazzy combos. SEAMUS COWAN plays the low bass and sings the high notes…Kind of strange but it works. Has played all kinds of music in his career so he fits right in. ROB RADFORD has a solid synergy with the boys. His drumming is some of the best around and his ferocity is difficult to tame, behind the kit that is. Together, the trio are a powerful combination. Enjoy them weekly in the summer months! JAZZ NIGHT will continue EVERY THURSDAY from Jun.4-Oct.8! 9-11pm $5 Reservations recommended!!!

Every Sunday HEAD OVER HEELS on the Patio (Vocal/Guitar Duo) 12:30-3:30pm

Sat.Jul.11 HEAD OVER HEELS (Vocal/Guitar Duo) 6-9pm

KevinVanessa-HeadOverHeelsHEAD OVER HEELS (Gananaoque, (Vocal/Guitar Duo) Bask in the sunshine with amazing entertainment! Kingston’s Kevin Head is an accomplished singer, songwriter, musical director and actor. Formerly from Nova Scotia, where he still has close ties, and once called “The Original Salt Cod Cowboy”, Kevin toured extensively throughout the Maritimes with bands, theatre troupes and as a solo performer/singer, songwriter. He has performed in shows with Valdy, Charlie Major, The Rankins, Gowan, opened a cross-Canada tour for Chris DeBurgh, acted on stage with the late Denny Doherty, and over the years has had lovely musical contributions on his recordings from Ken Pearson (Janis Joplin, Bruce Cockburn), Willie P Bennett, and Kate McGarrigle. Kevin’s most recent appearances include a mainstage appearance at the 2012 Blue Skies Festival in Clarendon, hosting the 2012 edition of Liner Notes Live Songwriter Circle, 2012 Limestone City Blues Festival, opening for Alex Cuba with the Bob Robertson Trio as part of the Limewire music series in 2011, and numerous solo appearances and performances with his duo “Head over Heels” in the Kingston, Gananoque and Westport areas. He recently releases a new CD of LIVE material recorded October 2013 with his band and life/musical partner MISS V with whom he performs regularly her at The Cove! 12:30-3:30pm


Fri.Jul.3 YOUNG PETTY STONES: Music of Neil Young, Tom Petty + The Rolling Stones 8-11pm

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July 3 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 pm | $10


YOUNG PETTY STONES: A Musical Tribute to Neil Young, Tom Petty and The Rolling Stones.

Revel in the Glory of all things Rock and Roll. 3 Sets of music played by Seamus Cowan (Spoon River, Bullmoose, The High Dials), Jason Kent (Kandle & The Krooks, Sunfields, Spoon River, The Dears), Eric Lawrance (Bullmoose, Ladies of the Canyon) and Rob Radford (Rueben DeGroot, Miss Emily, Greg Ball)!



Reservations necessary…


Sat.Jul.4 JEFF CALLERY (Country/Rock Guitar) 6-9pm

1420814566_artist_56078-1420814547JEFF CALLERY (Rock/Folk/Guitar)
July 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Jeff has been playing music for more than half of his life. Starting in high school, he hit the road young and played in every bar, at every fair, festival and theater that would hire him and his bands all over the province of Ontario, Quebec and New York State.

Never afraid to put his music and performance out there for all to see and critique, Jeff has won and placed honorably in contests all over North America – both for his performance and songwriting.

In 1999 Jeff won the New York State Title for the True Value Home Hardware Country Star Search. In 2007, Jeff won the New York State Title for the Colgate Country Showdown and placed respectably in the National Semi-Finals of that same contest in West Virginia.

In 2008, Jeff had his first single cut as a songwriter by a finalist of the famed “Idol” franchise and it was included on her debut album – Tara Oram’s Chasing the Sun – Canadian Idol finalist.

He is a married father of 2. His family is his life. He is also a dedicated community volunteer and Rotarian.

When asked about his music, he says he likes to think of it somewhere between James Taylor, John Mellancamp and Canadian hit band Blue Rodeo.

“I just like to make music. Every song is about me or someone in my life. Most times I sing songs to and about the guy in the mirror. When other people can connect with those songs, it’s very satisfying because they are written from my very personal point of view.” “When that happens it reminds me that everyone is going through the same stuff – maybe at different times and with different priorities, but it binds us.”

“The songs say more about me than any bio could!” says Callery

Thu.Jul.9 HELEN HUMPREYS (New York Times Bestselling Author) 4-6pm

HELEN HUMPHREYS (Author/Poet Laureate)

July 9 @ 4:00 am – 6:00 pm

| $10


Tickets available at The Cove and any Rideau Lakes Public Library Branch. Enjoy a cash bar, cheeses and appetizers, reading and book signing.
$10 (all proceeds go to Friends of Rideau Lakes Public Library)
Make a reso for Jazz Night after the reading!

Helen Humphreys is the author of four books of poetry, six novels, and two works of creative non-fiction. She was born in Kingston-on-Thames, England, and now lives in Kingston, Ontario.

Her first novel, Leaving Earth(1997), won the City of Toronto Book Award and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Her second novel, Afterimage (2000), won the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, was nominated for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Her third novel, The Lost Garden (2002), was a 2003 Canada Reads selection, a national bestseller, and was also a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Wild Dogs (2004) won the Lambda Prize for fiction, has been optioned for film, and was produced as a stage play at CanStage in Toronto in the fall of 2008. Coventry (2008) was a national bestseller and was shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award and the Canadian Authors Association Award for Fiction. It was also a New York Times Editors’ Choice. The Reinvention of Love (2011) was longlisted for the Dublin Impac Literary Award and shortlisted for the Canadian Authors Association Award for Fiction. Her latest novel, The Evening Chorus was published in February of 2015.

Humphreys’ work of creative non-fiction, The Frozen Thames (2007), was a #1 national bestseller. Her collections of poetry include Gods and Other Mortals (1986); Nuns Looking Anxious, Listening to Radios (1990); and, The Perils of Geography (1995). Her most recent collection, Anthem (1999), won the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry. Her most recent work of non-fiction is Nocturne (2013), a memoir about the life and death of her brother, Martin.

In 2009 Helen Humphreys was awarded the Harbourfront Festival Prize for literary excellence.

Helen Humphreys’ fiction is published in Canada by HarperCollins, and in the U.S. by W.W. Norton and Harcourt Houghton Mifflin. Her UK publisher is Serpent’s Tail and her Italian publisher is Playground.

Fri.Jul.10 LUTHER WRIGHT (Bluegrass/Country/Folk/Guitar) 6-9pm

LUTHER WRIGHT (Bluegrass/Country/Guitar)
July 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Luther Wright! (Bluegrass/Country Hero!)

Luther Wright has been writing, recording and performing music for over 20 years now. He started out in a band with his talented songwriter brother Geordie in the garage/punk, vigilante vegetarian outfit The Mugworts who honed their chops while traveling in Mexico and playing to gringos and locals alike. In 1994 he joined up with his friends Sarah and Mary Harmer to play lead guitar in the Canadian, pop-rock band, “Weeping Tile” (WEA/Atlantic). It was during the next 5 years of full-on touring and recording with that band that Luther, Weeping Tile drummer Cam Giroux and his roots compadres Sean Kelly and Dan Curtis formed the now-renowned, country/punkgrass road daemons, “Luther Wright & The Wrongs”. Known on one hand for their brilliantly executed, country/bluegrass reworking of Pink Floyd’s classic The Wall, Luther and the band have also recorded and released five all-original albums, Hurtin’ For Certain (1997), Rogers Waltz (1999), the valentine gone awry, Guitar Pickin’ Martyrs (2003), Instrumentality(2005), Man of Your Dreams (2008). Also to boot, they made two cds of original children’s music under the guise of Butterfingers. From its release internationally in 2001, Rebuild the Wall (Universal/Backporch), opened up doors for ’the Wrongs to play over 500 shows of old-country, inspired music across the continent. Luther’s music is used in the CTV television show, “Robson Arms”, and his song “Tumbler Ridge” is part of the soundtrack in Ron Mann’s documentary film about Woody Harrleson entitled, “Go Further”. At the request of the Goodman family Luther contributed a version of “The City Of New Orleans”, to a wonderful album that pays tribute to folk legend Steve Goodman. He is currently recording a new album produced by Chris Brown (Bourbon Tabernacle Choir/Chris Brown & Kate Femner) and touring steadily around North America as well as producing music locally and presenting shows when the feeling is right.

Fri.Jul.17 JOHN WILBERFORCE (Country/Rock Guitar) 6-9pm

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July 17 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

John Wilberforce (Country/Rock/Guitar)


John Wilberforce is a singer/songwriter, guitarist and bassist from Oxford Station, ON. He is currently in the studio recording pre-production demos for his up-coming full length CD.
He has worked with Shawn McCullough’s Country outfit, DoubleBack and Keith Urban Tribute group URBAN, as well as with Wade Foster, Jeff Callery and more. He has toured like a man possessed but spends most of his time with studio production and session work. Great man, great sound.


Fri.Jul.24 DAY TRIPPER: Music of The Beatles 8-11pm

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July 24 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm | $10


DAY TRIPPER: Musical Tribute to THE BEATLES from Montreal

One of Canada’s great Featuring members of The Dears, Krief, Sunfields, Kandle & The Krooks, Spoon River and more…




1964… Four lads from liverpool ignite the stage of the Ed Sullivan theater. Their toe-tapping catchy hits, their casual wit and their unforgettable charm win the hearts of teenagers all over the world.

The cast captures the raw energy and playful spontaneity of The Beatle’s earliest performances, as Beatlemania took the world by storm. Every nuance of these performances has been painstakingly recreated. Perfect replicas of the Fab Four’s “Hard Days Night” suits, note-for-note 3 part harmonies and exact instrumentation leave even the most scrutinizing fans impressed.

The mannerisms, vocals, accents and personalities have never been so faithfully reproduced. You will feel what it was like to have been there.


By 1965, The Beatles were on top of the world, in the midst of world tours, movie sets, dining with royalty, recording studios, they were jet setting across continents.

In the studio, they were pushing the creative limits of popular music into new found territory. Lyrics took on deeper meanings, and the addition of heavy orchestration and studio effects became more and more common. Technology at the time did not permit The Beatles to reproduce many of these newer songs on stage.

Using state of the art orchestral sounds and live effect processing, The Beatles Experience ignite the stage to recapture the days of Help, Rubber Soul and Revolver in stunningly perfect detail.


By August 1966, frustrated with the hardships of touring and fuelled by experimentation, the Beatles decided to stop touring and focus their efforts in the studio.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band completely re-invented the concept of pop music. Free from the constraints of having to perform their music live, The Beatles were able to let their creativity soar, creating sounds no one had ever heard.

Many of these songs remain, to this day, nearly impossible to perform live. Using state of the art orchestral sounds and live effect processing, The Beatles Experience reproduces every one of these songs perfectly, live before your eyes, without any prerecorded background music!

Songs like “A Day in the Life” and “Strawberry Fields Forever” sound so close to the album, you won’t believe your ears.


By 1968, their songwriting became less collaborative and more personal. Many of the songs written for the ‘White Album’ were written while in India with an acoustic guitar.

Paul was showcasing his independence as a writer and performer through songs like “Blackbird” and “Mother Nature’s Son”, George was becoming every bit as credible a songwriter with classics like “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, and John was quickly becoming an unwavering political activist.

In this intense and intimate part of the show, share a rare one-on-one moment with each member, before John Paul George and Ringo take the stage together again, one last time.


Although Beatlemania was coming to an end and The Beatles were growing further apart, many regard this stage of their career as their best.

The highly experimental White album, the back to basics rock and roll attitude of Let it Be, and their refined swan song Abbey Road encompass everything they had learned over their remarkable career.

High energy songs like “Back in the USSR”, “Get Back” and “Revolution” and captivating performances such as “Dear Prudence” and “Let It Be” mark the climax of this incredibly intense show.

Experience The Beatles together again in their finest… and final hours.

Sat.Jul.25 STRINGTEASE (Gypsy/Folk/Blues) 6-9pm

STRINGTEASE (Westport, Gypsy/Blues/Folk)
July 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
STRINGTEASE (Westport, Gypsy/Blues/Folk) StringTease with Chuck Gobeil (vocal/mandolin, Carolyn Avery (vocal/accordian), Dave Pollard (vocal/acoustic guitar) and Dawson Willsey (vocal/upright bass). Come and get in a trance with their hypnotic trail of Gypsy, blues and folk sounds… 6-9pm

Delta Fair 2015

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“The People’s Holiday”

When: July 23rd to July 26th, 2015

Family fun for everyone!

185th Anniversary!


* Agricultural

* Entertainment

* Fun For Kids



Click here to download the Fair brochure: 2015 Fair Brochure

It is my pleasure to serve as the President of the Delta Agricultural Society during our 185th Anniversary Year. The success of our fair is largely due in part to all of the hard work and planning of our volunteer members along with the generosity of area businesses and individual sponsors. Together with the creativity and enthusiasm of our exhibitors, the above combination produces four interesting and fun filled days for all of us to enjoy.

I hope that this year when you visit the fair, you will notice several changes to our program; all made possible through the efforts of our dedicated volunteers.

Come and experience the fun and excitement of a country fair!

Charles Nichols,

Blues on the Rideau at The Cove is back for its 6th season!

Blues On The Rideau at The Cove Inn, Westport Ontario – the popular once a month Dinner & Show Fundraiser Series – returns for its 6th season starting October 22nd. It’s another superb Line-Up of artists this year with multiple Juno, Maple Blues and American Blues Award nominees/winners. Proceeds from all Shows go to support different local charities. $27,000 has been raised over the past 5 years and the goal is to raise at least $5,000 more this season. If you love good food and great Blues in a small, friendly atmosphere and you haven’t been to a BOTR @ The Cove night before then you owe it to yourself to try one. You won’t be disappointed. If you’re a regular you already know how good these nights are! Welcome back. Summer withdrawal is over. See you for the first show on October 22nd with SHAKURA S’AIDA!

Blues on the Rideau at The CoveAll artists appear with their bands.
Visit artists’ web sites and MySpace sites for more information, audio and video clips, etc

October 22 – SHAKURA S’AIDA
Born in NY, raised in Switzerland, now living in Toronto – a beautiful woman with great stage presence and a passionate, powerful voice. Jazz, Blues and R&B as good as it gets.
Proceeds to the Lucy Drysdale Memorial Scholarship Fund

November 19 – DAVID ROTUNDO
Back by popular demand. Down and dirty Blues with dynamite harmonica and voice. A high energy, entertaining show guaranteed every time.
Proceeds to the Westport Library

January 21/22 (*2 night stand) – JACK DE KEYZER
Singer/songwriter and the King of Canadian blues guitar Jack de Keyzer returns to BOTR for a 4th time. 2010 Juno Award winner for Best Blues CD (his 2nd Juno – he also won in 2003) & and a 7X Maple Blues Award winner his reputation speaks for itself.
Proceeds to Rideau Vista & St. Edwards’ Elementary Schools

A rising new star from Quebec with a beautiful voice. Nominated for Best New Artist Of The Year Lys Award and Best Female Vocalist Maple Blues Award last year. Swing style, jazzy, smoky Blues.
Proceeds to the Rideau Waterway Land Trust

March 18 & 19 (*2 night stand) – MONKEY JUNK
Ottawa’s own and a very HOT band these days. Winners of the American Blues Award for Best New Band Of The Year and 6 Maple Blues Awards in 2010! Swamp R&B, soul boogie & bedroom funk.
Proceeds to the Friends of Foley Mountain

Canada’s poet of the Blues with his superb harmonica and voice returns to BOTR for a 3rd visit. A multiple Maple Blues Award winner with a great new album.
Proceeds to Westport In Bloom

Back for a 2nd visit. The slim lady with the BIG voice. A 2010 Juno Award nominee & multiple Maple Blues Award nominee. Delicious Blues, soul, funk & R&B.
Proceeds to the Rideau District Museum

Toronto actor and Blues man who blows harp like Little Walter reincarnated. A multiple Maple Blues Award winner. Rough ‘n ready swing Blues.
Proceeds to Habitat For Humanity

NOTE * If there is enough advance ticket demand on single show weekends a Saturday night show may be added – so BOOK EARLY!

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