Tuesday, May 24, 2016

More Hot Music Coming to Saturday Nite Blues in Hamilton (Chris Antonik, Bill Durst, Wicked Grin)

BluesSource Entertainment continues to bring in the hottest acts for their Saturday Nite Blues shows at the Jet Hall in Hamilton.  They'll be taking a break at the end of June but not before rocking the Hammer with three musical giants.

Check them out below

Links: Chris Antonik, More Chris Antonik Stories, Video above courtesy of Chris Antonik

Links: Bill Durst, More Bill Durst Stories,  Video above courtesy of BelAxeBluesFlames

Links: Wicked GrinMore Wicked Grin StoriesVideo above courtesy of Rick Arbuckle

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Weekday Picks (May 24-26, 2016)

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Wednesday, May 25

8:30pm: Interactive Music Night w Judy and the Noteworthies @ Coach and Lantern (Ancaster)

9pm: Monthly Variety Show! ft Fireball Grant/Dave Gould/Karisa Hell and the Damned Band @ Homegrown Hamilton $10/PWYC

9pm: Riddim Riders Acoustic @ Moonshine Cafe (Oakville) $10

Thursday, May 26

6:30pm: 2Rivers Festival @ Guelph (NO MUSIC)

7pm: Ensemble! TV Show w Mo' Kauffey and Kent MacMillan @ Cable 14 (Hamilton)

7pm: Songwriting Workshop w Ophelia Syndrome @ Terryberry Library (Hamilton) FREE

7:30pm: Open Ears Festival @ Kitchener (NO MUSIC)

8pm: 60's Folk Revival - Where Have All The Folk Songs Gone @ Artword Artbar (Hamilton) $10

9pm: Ron Baumber/Puttin On The Foil @ Homegrown Hamilton $10/PWYC

9pm: Tin Pan North @ Moonshine Cafe (Oakville) $10 (Andrea England, Carrie DeMaeyer, Michelle Glean, Neil Morrissey, Lisa McCallum, Garth Baker, Michael Ben-Shalom, Marion Drexler)

Monday, May 23, 2016

Hamilton's Colin Cripps on Stunning New Paul Reddick Album!

Hamilton's Colin Cripps (ex-Junkhouse, Blue Rodeo) produced and played guitar on Ride the One, the latest amazing work from Toronto singer/songwriter, Paul Reddick. This Stony Plain release boasts Paul at his absolute best.

A phenomenal mix of roots and Blues, the recording features the Bluesman's innovative harmonica skills, his strong voice and stunning lyrics.  The feel and tone of the album transcends the ordinary.

Colin and Paul are also aided by a collection of talented performers: Greg Cockerill (guitar), Steve Marriner of MonkeyJunk (guitar), Anna Ruddick (bass) and Derek Downham (multiple instruments).  Together, they've created an unforgettable experience.

Copies of this superb CD can be picked up at his live shows or through the Stony Plain Online Shop.  Downloads are available via iTunes.

Links: Paul Reddick, More Paul Reddick Stories, Video above courtesy of ContinentalRecSerMore Releases

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Friday, May 20, 2016

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