Valdy and Kris + Dee at Chalmers United Church, Fri. Nov. 15

ValdyThe Live Wire Music Series is ending its 2013 season with a Canadian music legend. Two-time Juno Award winner and member of the Order of Canada, Valdy, will make his first ever appearance on the Live Wire stage. For this special concert Live Wire will be moving to Chalmers United Church, a perfect venue for Valdy, a performer famous for engaging audiences in his intimate live shows. Opening the evening will be Kingston’s own Kris and Dee.

Live Wire Music Series presents 

Valdy with special guests Kris and Dee 

Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, 7:30pm
Chalmers United Church, 212 Barrie St., Kingston, ON 

Tickets: $20 in advance and $25 at the door available now at Brian’s Record Option, Tara Foods and online at www.livewiremusicseries.ca

Valdy, born Valdemar Horsdal in Ottawa, Canada has been part of the fabric of Canadian pop and folk music for over 35 years. A man with a thousand friends, from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island to Texas to New Zealand, he’s a singer, guitarist and songwriter who catches the small but telling moments that make up life.

Remembered for Play Me a Rock and Roll Song, his bitter-sweet memory of finding himself, a relaxed and amiable storyteller, facing a rambunctious audience at the Aldergrove Rock Festival circa 1968, Valdy has sold almost half a million copies of his 13 albums, has two Juno Awards (Folk Singer of the Year and Folk Entertainer of the Year), a total of seven Juno nominations and four Gold albums to his credit.

Valdy’s recent CDs include Contenders, a collaboration with friend and fellow singer/songwriter, Gary Fjellgaard, with whom he has an absolute blast touring, and a solo release, Viva Valdy: Live at Last, a two-CD package, one live, one studio, with a total of 25 tunes, and a lyric booklet.

One of Canada’s most influential songwriters, Valdy’s composition A Good Song was recorded under the title Just a Man by the venerable Quincy Jones (he sang lead on the recording!). Play Me a Rock and Roll Song has been recorded by a few artists, including John Kay of Steppenwolf.

Along the way, Valdy has taken his music to a dozen different countries, from Denmark to Australia and been an often-invited performer at the prestigious Kerrville Festival in Texas. His recent television appearances include Canada AM and Open Mike with Mike Bullard. Valdy has also been a panelist on Front Page Challenge, and played a lead role in an episode of The Beachcombers original series.

Today, he is based on Salt Spring Island, where he lives with his wife Kathleen, three dogs and a large cat. All three children are grown, flown and doing famously living in or near Vancouver or Colorado.

Visit Valdy on the web at http://www.valdy.com.

KRIS + DEE

Their debut album Still Here Inside (2011) gained the pair international recognition when it was selected for the Starbucks WorldwideKris and Dee Playlist. They are being discovered in Canada as well, having been chosen with Leonard Cohen, Lucinda Williams and David Bowie as one of the Top Artists of 2012 by Ottawa’s CKCU FM. With a contemporary take on a traditional folk sound, Dee weaves poetic melodies through Kris’s pop hooks and lush, chill grooves.

Music journalist Paul Myers writes, “The soundscape Kris paints under Dee’s intimate vocalizations evokes time spent out of the machine. The lyrics speak to reality and the harshness of existence while the music is defiantly dignified in the face of it.”

http://www.krisanddee.com/

Live Wire Music Series Presents The Krüger Brothers with Special Guest Jeremy Fisher on Fri. Nov. 30th

Live Wire Music Series presents: 

The Krüger Brothers with special guest Jeremy Fisher 
Chalmers United Church, Kingston
Friday, Nov. 30th, 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20 in advance and $25 at the door (if available)
@ Brian’s Record Option (613 542-2452) and Tara Foods

Kingston music lovers are in for a rare treat on Friday, November 30th when the great Swiss-born U.S. based trio, The Krüger Brothers bring their unique and powerful brand of acoustic music to Chalmers United Church as part of the Live Wire Music Series. Kingston will be one of only five Ontario cities where they will play. The band, which started as a couple of rag-tag musicians busking for spare change in Munich, is approaching their 40th anniversary with 15 albums under the Krüger Brothers name. Their highly unusual mix of traditional bluegrass, folk, jazz, and classical styles and their joyous and technically accomplished playing on banjo, guitar and bass have made them one of the top touring ensembles in North America.  In addition to their famously innovative instrumental abilities, both brothers Uwe and Jens Krüger are blessed with rich baritone singing voices and their song writing and vocal work are exceptional.

The Kruger Brothers are just about as fine a band as I’ve ever played with…I love to play music with them – Doc Watson

The Krugers are nothing short of magnificent. – Bluegrass Journal

I used to think the banjo was somewhat limited to certain styles, until I heard Jens Kruger. Jens has played some of the most beautiful and expressive banjo I’ve ever heard. – Ron Block, Alison Krauss and Union Station

Born and raised in Europe, brothers Jens and Uwe Krüger started singing and playing instruments at a very young age. Growing up in a family where music was an important part of life, they were exposed to a wide diversity of abiding musical influences. The brothers were performing regularly by the time they were 11 and 12 years old, and they began their professional career in 1979. Joel Landsberg, a native of New York City who also had a very extensive musical upbringing, joined the brothers in the early 90s and together they established the incomparable sound that the trio is known for today, built around the playing of Jens Kruger, considered one of the top two or three 5 string banjo players in the world. The Krüger Brothers moved to the United States in 2002, and are based in Wilkesboro, NC.

The Krüger Brothers were awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant for Music from the Spring a sym­phonic suite composed and orchestrated by Jens Krüger, which premiered in 2007. In late 2010, the Krüger Brothers premiered the Appalachian Concerto, a concerto for banjo, bass, guitar, and string quartet. In addition to their regular concert schedule they perform these pieces regularly with select symphony orchestras and string quartets throughout the world.

To get an idea of just how good The Krüger Brothers are, take a peek at these two videos – the first, an instrumental and the second a beautiful and touching tribute to their mother. Then read some of the comments.

http://youtu.be/G5qHkxnLtiw

http://youtu.be/wIomLzwaygQ

Opening the concert will be the wonderfully engaging Jeremy Fisher, a Juno nominee and terrific live performer.

“Listening to Mint Juleps, the fifth album by two-time Juno Award nominee Jeremy Fisher, is like ambling through the long and relaxed dog days of summer. The acoustic-driven collection of 12 songs reunites Fisher with his folk-drenched musical roots and is a veritable throwback to the golden era of the singer-songwriter.

That’s not to say that Jeremy Fisher lives in the past. On the contrary, the Ottawa-based musician’s craft is deeply imbued with a modern insight that has made him a strong and enduring musical storyteller. He thus inhabits a one-of-a-kind space in this current musical landscape as a rather timeless troubadour.”

www.jeremyfishermusic.com

The Songs of Nick Drake Concert Tour Hits Kingston on Wednesday, November 7th!

THE SONGS OF NICK DRAKE

Tour of Ontario and Quebec, November 3rd-18th, 2012

This fantastic concert tour hits Kingston on Wednesday, November 7th at 8:00 pm at Chalmers United Church.  Tickets are available at Brian’s Record Option and The Jungle, so don’t miss this opportunity to see so many brilliant musicians and singer-songwriters perform the gorgeous songs of Nick Drake in one evening of music magic or you will kick yourself!

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The Songs Of Nick Drake gives audiences in Ontario and Quebec a rare chance to experience Nick Drake’s music played by a host of Canada’s finest musicians, with a string quintet playing the original arrangements that were written for Nick’s albums by his friend Robert Kirby. To add to the intimacy and warmth of the music, almost all these concerts will take place in old churches.

The tour features Toronto’s alt-country darling Oh SusannaKevin Kane of The Grapes Of Wrath, and the tour’s organizer, British-born Luke Jackson along with a distinguished backing band featuring guitarist Kurt Swinghammer, drummer Don Kerr (Rheostatics, Ron Sexsmith), and double-bassist Jason Mercer (Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, Ani DiFranco). The string section includes Sahra Featherstone, Alex Cheung, Johan Lotter and Wendy Solomon. Special guests will be added in every town, making each concert a truly unique experience.

The Songs of Nick Drake was first produced by Jackson at Toronto’s Trinity St. Paul’s United Church in November 2010. It was a tribute both to Nick Drake and Robert Kirby, with whom Jackson had collaborated on his last album. Kirby had planned to fly to Toronto to conduct the string section at a similar concert a year earlier, but passed away unexpectedly a week before the show was to be announced. The 2010 concert was a huge success, receiving unanimous praise, and was recorded and broadcast by the CBC. Check out a clip here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QinMa1eXZU

To coincide with the tour, Kurt Swinghammer is releasing Two Portraits: a limited edition 12″ single of his version of Nick Drake’s “River Man” through Toronto indie label Heading North Music. It is backed with a version of Donovan’s “Sunny Goodge Street.” The sleeve features Swinghammer’s portraits of both singer/songwriters.

Keep up to date with the tour at:
http://www.TheSongsOfNickDrake.com
https://www.facebook.com/TheSongsOfNickDrake

Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door.

Show details:

Saturday November 3rd:
Stratford Knox Church
Special guests: Emm Gryner, Ron Sexsmith
Tickets: Fanfare Books, Anything Grows, Music in Sebringville, Encore Records and X-Disc-C Music in Kitchener, The Record Works in Woodstock or online at http://tickets.ticketwindow.ca/eventperformances.asp?evt=1372

Wednesday November 7th:
Kingston  Chalmers United Church
Special guests: Jeremy Fisher, Jim Bryson
Tickets: The Jungle, Brian’s Record Option, Tricolour Outlet or online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5375

Thursday November 8th:
Montreal Ukrainian National Federation
Special guests: Caracol, Marie-Jo Thério, Louis-Jean Cormier (Karkwa), Kim Bingham
Tickets: Cheap Thrills, Phonopolis, Atom Heart Musique or online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5376

Friday November 9th:
Ottawa First Baptist Church
Special guests: Jim Bryson, Marie-Jo Thério, Marc Robert Nelson
Tickets: Vertigo Records, Legends, Ottawa Folklore Centre, Compact Music Inc. or online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5377

Saturday November 10th:
Sherbrooke Centennial Theatre, Bishop’s University
Special guests: Marie-Jo Thério, Charles-Antoine Gosselin (Harvest Breed)
Tickets: Musique City or online at http://centennialtheatre.ca

Sunday November 11th:
Quebec City Chalmers – Wesley United Church
Special guests: Louis-Jean Cormier (Karkwa), Marie-Jo Thério, Kim Bingham
Tickets: http://www.billetech.com/event/ND121111

Friday November 16th:
Guelph Dublin St. United Church
Special guests: Rich Burnett, Matt Masotti, Amy McCann
Tickets: The Beat Goes On, Folkway Music, Encore Records and X-Disc-C Music (Kitchener), The Record Works (Woodstock) or online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5378

Saturday November 17th:
Hamilton James Street Baptist Church
Special guests: Jacob Moon, Kirk Starkey, Andrew Aldridge, David Celia
Tickets: Art Gallery Of Hamilton, Dr. Disc, Cheapies, Records On Wheels (Dundas), Looney Tunes (Burlington) or online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5379

Sunday November 18th:
Toronto Randolph Theatre AKA Bathurst St. Theatre
Special guests: Mike Evin, Brent Jackson (The Junction) David Celia, Dave Matheson, Kathryn Rose, Todd Porter
Tickets: Rotate This, Soundscapes, Sonic Boom (Bloor) and online at http://ticketbreak.com/event_details/5287

The Legendary Leon Redbone Comes To Kingston on Tues., Nov. 29th!

Another music legend comes to Kingston!  The rumours you may have heard recently are true – Leon Redbone, the reclusive and enigmatic musical icon will be coming to Kingston on Tues., Nov. 29th.  His origins may be a mystery but there is no doubt that his talent and musicianship are of the highest calibre.  This will be an evening not to be missed!

Tuesday, Nov. 29th, 2011 – 8 pm
Chalmers United Church, Barrie St. at Clergy, Kingston
Tickets: $25 + HST, available at Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050), online at www.kingstongrand.ca and at Brian’s Record Option.

LEON REDBONE

Over the course of his legendary 35 year – 15 album career, Leon Redbone has continued his love affair with tunes from the turn-of-the-twentieth century.  He is a master guitarist, dry comedian and warm and witty singer whose concerts include forgotten old pop songs, classic ragtime, flapper-era radio ditties, blues from the likes of Lonnie Johnson or Blind Blake, and jazz standards by Fats Waller.

Redbone’s career first gained momentum in the early ’70s when Bob Dylan came to Toronto Island’s Mariposa Folk Festival specifically to see him.  Most folks were introduced to the man during his network debut on Saturday Night Live in 1976, where he showcased his indelible version of Walkin’ Stick.  In a year typified by amplified arena rock, Redbone’s intimate, low-key delivery proved to be a jolting and welcome contrast.  Since then the opportunities for this unlikely figure to impose himself on pop culture have been plentiful.  He appeared as a wise, animated snowman opposite Will Ferrell in the hugely popular family comedy Elf.  His duet with star Zooey Deschanel on the seasonal standard Baby, It’s Cold Outside served as the picture’s theme song.  Over the years, Redbone has also provided TV title tunes to Mr. Belvedere and Harry and the Hendersons, and had a memorable guest role as a quixotic, guitar-wielding guardian to the character Corky on ABC’s critically acclaimed series Life Goes On.  New York choreographer Eliot Feld recently created the ballets Mr. XYZ (featuring Mikhail Baryshnikov) and Paper Tiger, which were woven around Redbone’s signature songs.

If there is one common element to Redbone’s diverse music it’s his mastery of his acoustic guitar.  It is easy to get lost in his stage exploits (which often gravitate between vaudeville and performance art) and overlook what a truly fine player he is – fingerpicking with a ragtime bounce or jumping between chords with the effortless grace of a hurdler.

No description of Redbone omits the fact that he has been a singular force in bringing a style and period of music to many people who may not have heard it otherwise.  While critics may argue about the emphasis placed on his persona, his reverence for the music has never been questioned.  With a desire to remain true to himself – whoever he is – and Blind Blake, Jelly Roll Morton, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and the rest of his idols, Redbone is as much an educator as a performer, a professor of one of the richest periods in American music.  And although he told Rolling Stone’s Weitzman, that regarding himself, “I don’t want them to know anything that they don’t know already,” he’d like more people to know about this music.

For information please contact:

Al Rankin
613-353-6650
alrankin@xplornet.ca

Rankin Productions Presents Two More Great Concerts: Justin Rutledge and Oh Susanna on May 28th & Jenn Grant and Jim Bryson on June 28th!

There’s more great music coming to Kingston soon!

Rankin Productions will be presenting the acclaimed Juno nominated singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge with the very talented Oh Susanna at Chalmers United Church on Saturday, May 28th. Then a month later on June 28th at Chalmers, Halifax based Jenn Grant (multi East Coast Music Award winner) will be joined by Ottawa’s Jim Bryson for another terrific show.

These concerts are being sponsored by the Toronto record company Six Shooter Records and they have a pretty amazing deal for us. Each individual concert is $20 but if you buy tickets to both you pay only $30, PLUS you get a CD (worth $20) from any of the participating musicians – that’s incredible!

Here are the details and some info about all 4 of these great artists.

Saturday, May 28, 8 pm
Justin Rutledge and Oh Susanna
Chalmers United Church, Barrie St. at Clergy, Kingston, ON

Tuesday, June 28, 8 pm
Jenn Grant and Jim Bryson
Chalmers United Church, Barrie St. at Clergy, Kingston, ON

Tickets: $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Available at Brian’s Record Option (381 Princess St., 613-542-2452) or online at www.sixshooterrecords.com (go to store, and then purchase tickets on the left side of the screen)

Justin Rutledge

Justin Rutledge’s albums garner impressive amounts of critical acclaim. Between his debut, No Never Alone (2005), his sophomore release, The Devil On A Bench In Stanley Park (2006) and third album, Man Descending (2008), Rutledge has earned a Juno nomination, a Galaxy Rising Star award, countless year-end critics’ picks, the title of Toronto’s Best Local Songwriter (NOW Magazine), a spot on the 2008 Polaris Prize Long List and a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination.

His latest album, The Early Widows, is a stoic collection of songs that rehabilitate the heart and illuminate the dark. Produced with intense fragility by Hawksley Workman, Rutledge’s fourth album is an arrestingly moving and lyrically meticulous piece of art penned by one of the most progressive songwriters at work today. Shouldering an electric guitar instead of his trademark acoustic, Rutledge infuses the new material with a newfound conviction and drive. The Early Widows also includes songs co-written with literary giant Michael Ondaatje, and award-winning songwriter Darrell Scott from Nashville.

Oh Susanna

In a career spanning just over a decade, Oh Susanna has released five critically acclaimed records noted for their contemplative, thoughtful, folk-inspired songs that transport listeners into an imaginary emotional landscape. With the release of her sixth album, Soon The Birds, she has again achieved this dream with a collection of enduring songs that resonate deeper and deeper upon each listen. Her voice, always a marvel, is a haunting, expressive instrument that she uses to stunning effect on Soon The Birds, a beautifully rendered album by an artist who has realized the full power of her voice as a narrative songwriter.

Jenn Grant

Jenn Grant’s emotive voice and quietly complex folk-pop songwriting has propelled this Halifax-based singer to the top of Canada’s indie artist world. She is currently nominated for multiple East Coast Music Awards, including SOCAN Songwriter of the Year for her collaboration with Buck 65 (“Paper Airplane”), Entertainer of the Year and Video of the Year (“You’ll Go Far”). Her latest album, Honeymoon Punch, exchanges misery for ecstasy in matters personal and musical and drives the dark clouds away.

Jim Bryson

This Ottawa rocker is a festival and club favourite who has played with a host of Canadian musicians such as Kathleen Edwards and Sarah Harmer. Bryson has recently teamed up with The Weakerthans to release the critically-acclaimed Falcon Lake Incident.

The Wailin’ Jennys at Chalmers United Church in Kingston on Thursday, May 5th!

The Wailin’ Jennys, one of the most critically acclaimed and award-winning groups on the North American roots music scene, will perform a very special one night only concert at Chalmers United Church on Thursday, May 5th. Since their sold out Live Wire show here in Kingston six years ago, The Jennys have captivated audiences around the world with their exquisite, breathtakingly beautiful voices and their dynamic live shows, winning Juno Awards and international acclaim across four continents. This will be an intimate concert in the acoustically superb Chalmers United Church and tickets will be snapped up quickly. What a deal at 20 bucks!

Here they are at The Shrewsbury Festival in the UK singing their anthemic “One Voice”, a song now covered by hundreds of singers, community choirs and vocal groups around the world:

Following are the details and some more info about this superb group:

The Wailin’ Jennys
Thursday, May 5th – 8:00 pm
Chalmers United Church, Barrie at Clergy St., Kingston
Tickets: $20 in advance at Brian’s Record Option, $25 at the door (if available)

The Wailin’ Jennys are Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse—three distinct voices that together make an achingly perfect vocal sound.

Starting as a happy accident of solo singer-songwriters getting together for a one-time-only performance at a tiny guitar shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, The Wailin’ Jennys have grown over the years into one of today’s most beloved international folk acts. Founding members Ruth Moody and Nicky Mehta along with New York-based Heather Masse continue to create some of the most exciting and exquisite music on the folk-roots scene, stepping up their musical game with each critically-lauded recording and thrilling audiences with their renowned live performances.

In 2004, The Wailin’ Jennys released their first full-length album 40 Days in the to great critical acclaim, and in 2005 it won them a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year. Bolstered by their frequent appearances on Garrison Keillor’s public radio show A Prairie Home Companion, The Jennys exploded onto the roots music scene in the U.S.A, performing at packed venues across Canada, the U.S. and throughout the world. Their next CD Firecracker was a powerful follow-up to their debut album and found The Jennys stepping out of the folk realm and into the world of alt-country, pop and rock. Garnering much attention, it was nominated for a Juno Award and won a 2007 Folk Alliance Award for Contemporary Release of the Year. It charted for over 56 weeks on the Billboard charts and was followed up by their 2009 release Live at Mauch Chunk Opera House, which also spent over a year on the Billboard bluegrass charts. It captured the magic of their live performances with show-stopping harmonies, impressive instrumental prowess, breathtaking songs and witty stage banter. Now, The Wailin’ Jennys join the ranks of Lucinda Williams and Emmylou Harris, recording their new studio album Bright Morning Stars with award-winning producer Mark Howard. The album combines fresh and innovative sounds with the band’s signature harmonies–a perfect mix of Americana, pop and traditional folk that is certain to be an instant classic.

Press Quotes:

“Imagine if the crazy scientists from Jurassic Park put Gillian Welch, EmmyLou Harris, and the Dixie Chicks in a blender, and then formed a musical trio from the resulting puddle of DNA. That’s where we’re going to start talking about the stunning songwriting, sweet harmonies, and sultry sound of Canada’s The Wailin’ Jennys.”
Music Online USA

“One of the most dynamic contemporary groups of the 21st Century.”
Sing Out Magazine

“Vocal trio the Wailin’ Jennys have developed into one of the most exciting and polished acts in music today.”
Dirty Linen Magazine

“Winnipeg folk trio The Wailin’ Jennys are making no mistakes as they progress with grace, harmony and assurance — and a great deal of industrial smarts behind the scenes — to inevitable musical stardom.The Wailin’ Jennys are the darlings of the North American roots music arena.”
Toronto Star

“The three-part harmonies of Winnipeg’s Wailin’ Jennys should be considered some kind of national treasure. …”
Hamilton Spectator

See you at the music!
Al

Shelter Me: CD Release Concert for Songs From The Kingston Folk Club

RealtySource is proud to present Shelter Me: The Songs of the Kingston Folk Club, a benefit CD to raise money for the Kingston Humane Society. A CD release concert is being held on Friday, November 19 at Chalmers United Church (212 Barrie Street). Advance tickets are $5 and on sale Friday, October 29 at Brian’s Record Option, Renaissance Music, RealtySource, Kingston Humane Society and on-line at www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca. Tickets will be available at the door for $10. Doors open at 7:00 PM, show at 7:30 PM for this all ages event.

The CD release concert on November 19 will feature each artist performing his or her song. Chalmers Church is an intimate venue featuring stunning acoustics; ideal for folk music! Complimentary refreshments will be served. This event is sure to be a way to warm up a November night with great music for an exceptional cause.

The following artists have contributed their talent to Shelter Me:

Gord Beech / Liana Finucan / Andrea Gauster / Barb Gillespie / Shamus Hanna / Patrick Hulley / Jon McLurg / Rick Melanson / Monuments & Statues / Tracie Morgan / Chris Morris / Johnny San / Christina Tracy / Kit Wykes

Reprinted from http://www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca/index.cfm?page=newsbrief&article=368

Live Wire Music Series Presents Danny Michel At Chalmers United Church On Fri. Oct. 22, 2010

Al Rankin, of Live Wire Music Series has asked me to pass along this information to my readers and I do try to help promote local music as often as I can, so here you go!

“Hi everyone-
I hope you have your tickets for the wonderful Danny Michel, coming up next week! We’re moving into the lovely Chalmers United Church for this one – what a spectacular venue to see this Live Wire favourite!

Here are the details:

The Live Wire Music Series (www.livewiremusicseries.ca) is very happy to welcome back the multi-talented Danny Michel on Friday, October 22nd at 7:30 pm at Chalmers United Church (Barrie St. at Clergy in Kingston) for the second concert of our season. A few years ago, Michel completely charmed an enthusiastic sold-out Live Wire crowd and his many Kingston fans are eagerly awaiting his return. This time he will be debuting his new album Sunset Sea, a superbly crafted work that many critics are calling the best of his career.

“By this point, singer/songwriter Danny Michel must be a bit weary of being ranked as one of this country’s undiscovered musical treasures. But it’s true” – THE TORONTO STAR

“Every time we hear a new Danny Michel album, we end up asking the same question: Why isn’t he rich, famous and beloved by the masses?” – THE WINNIPEG SUN

Danny Michel has reached a point where his musical vocabulary is so broad, his songwriting/arranging chops so sharp, his guitar playing so distinctive and his taste for the right sonic touch so impeccable that he can do whatever he wants and make it compelling” – EYE MAGAZINE 5/5 STAR REVIEW

“Just fabulous. He’s kind of like Paul Simon in the Rhymin’ Simon days.” – STUART MCLEAN

www.dannymichel.com

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available), and include all applicable taxes.

Advance tickets are available at:

Brian’s Record Option – 381 Princess Street, Kingston – 613-542-2452

Tara Natural Foods – 81 Princess Street, Kingston – 613-546-4439

Renaissance Music – 1057 Midland Avenue, Kingston – 613-384-9225

See you at the music!

Al

I’ll be there with bells on because Danny Michel is truly AWESOME!! Check out the official video for his song “Feather Fur and Fin” now on YouTube! ~ Christine