Carleton University's Kailash Mital Theatre
Tuesday, June 19 @ 7 pm; $10
There is going to be an international twist to BOT this week. Terry sez: “Come to Blues on Tues tomorrow nite and listen to Sonny Rock and I chat live on the radio. We will dance first, talk a bit on the radio and then let's dance again. “
Also: Zeek Gross (highly-respected former Sax player for the Tony D Band) will attend towards the end of the evening as well as other great Sax players like Bob Johnson and Brad Summerfield, Rick Rango Trumpet and possibly, if his schedule allows, a special appearance by Johnny Vegas (Mike’s younger brother).
Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street
"The All-Day Daddies" are: Ross Murray on Drums; Ken Seeley on Electric Bass; Jeff Devalk on Guitar; Kelly Craig on Trumpet; Brian Asselin on Sax; and, Jeff Rogers on Keyboards and Vocals.
4th Thursday each month @ 8 pm
Terry will open each evening with a set of his music then the guest will follow with a set of their music. Each will accompany the other. Don’t miss a single one.
The Georgian House special musical menu has something fresh and delicious for all budgets.
And - just so you know...we pack 'em in for this event, so come in early if you want a good table.
See you there!
Choose The Blues Productions
Sponsored by the Kingston Arts Council and the City of Kingston
concert 1: Beat Tradition, recorded at the National Arts Centre Fourth Stage
To showcase Ontario and Quebec's Aboriginal music scene, CBC Ottawa hosted Beat Tradition - a free concert with four musical acts who blend contemporary and traditional beats and sounds with spectacular results. Juno nominees Rise Ashen & Flying Down Thunder play their mix of dance beats and traditional Algonquin singing; Khananakwe's Daybi shares his hip-hop stylings; DJs A Tribe Called Red spin their "pow wow step" (a mix of dubstep and pow wow music); and Digging Roots wrap up the night with their slow-burn roots and blues.
Friday, June 22 Next! 2012, part 10 of 10 (from Winnipeg)
concert 3: Dan Frechette, recorded at The Folk Exchange in Winnipeg
Singer-songwriter Rambling Dan Frechette is an old school troubadour in the truest sense of the word. A road warrior, with a gift for writing memorable songs that tell stories, Frechette grew up in Pinawa,
a small town located in Eastern Manitoba. His musical talent was recognized early on when at the age of 17, EMI music publishing brought him to Toronto to write songs and develop him into a rock star. The situation soured for Dan after he repeatedly saw them take his music and rework it into versions that had nothing to do with his original inspiration. He moved back to Manitoba and set up shop in Winnipeg. Now in his mid 30's, Frechette is a one man song factory, who has over 1500 works to his credit. Over the past eight months, he's released and incredible eight albums of material. The music he presented in this intimate concert was a mix of old and new.