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Grievous Angel: The Legend of Gram Parsons is a theatrical concert about the man who pioneered the Americana alt-country rock genre.
Come and experience this day with us. Live music during the day, dinner and still home in time to enjoy your evening. Following the amazing show will be a buffet Mexican build your own taco meal. Within gluten free and vegetarian options available.
COST - $18 - all proceeds to the artist as this is 100% non profit, plus donation of $2 for all beverages. This is a first come first serve basis so don't wait!!
Steve Groves & guest Carolyn Fe
Melding poetry, mystery, darkness and light, along with an extensive knowledge of the history and traditions of blues music is what makes Paul Reddick on of the most popular figures on the blues and roots music scene today. For over 25 years he’s been writing and performing his eclectic brand of blues, bringing the art form to new frontiers with his rapacious, deep vocals, masterful harmonica playing and song writing. As the unofficial poet laureate of Canadian blues, words are his weapon of choice and when he sings, it is near impossible not to listen and get lost within the songs, right alongside him and illustrating what the influential British magazine Mojo described as his “wayward brilliance.”
Pioneers of the crossover and the mashup, these men give catchy favourites new life with creative arrangements. The act showcases the incredible voices of its tenors, bass and baritones for a sound that will have you wondering where they hid all those instruments. Hear joyful renditions of Beatles and Carole King classics, snap along to their original tunes, and experience the doo-wop classic “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” performed live on stage by a national treasure.