All hail the tubamachine. You haven't lived until you've seen Dave Neigh play a tuba and fiddle at the same time! Frog & Henry are only playing a handful of shows this summer so come on out! This will also be the closest gig I have ever played in relation to my house, and that makes me very happy too. More details TBA
All of your country favourites from yesteryear, with Matt Lawson and Lee Watson. EBC serving up fine southern style brunch. Reservations recommended. No cover, 11AM-2PM.
Truly one of my favourite spaces in small town Ontario, very excited to be bringing this group to the Bicycle cafe in Flesherton.
Born from the Honky Tonk Brunch series at the Elora Brewing Company, the Whoa-Bucks! play all your Honky Tonk favourites from now and yesteryear! Featuring former members of Vancouver’s roots/Canadiana outfit the Breakmen, hear Lee Watson (Ward Whoa-Buck) on vocals and guitar. Matt Lawson (Curly Whoa-Buck) on upright bass. Joined by Rich Burnett (Bernie Whoa-Buck) on vocals, lap steel and chet inspired electric guitar. Sure to pick you up and put a tear in your beer, enjoy a night of classic country featuring the likes of Merle, George, Hank, Lefty, Marty, Roger, Johnny and even a few from Ward and Bernie! $10, 9PM
Opening for Don Kerr's fantastic trio. Communism is a shockingly energetic rock trio with songs that have as much meaning as they have rock, rhythm, and melody. The music makes you dance, the words awaken your inner activist. ‘Take Care of Each Other’, ‘Forgiveness’, ‘One of Everyone’, ‘Heart Farmer’… the songs fill you with hope, connection, and harmony – all while rocking your world like Van Halen, The Clash, Queen, Michael Jackson, and Talking Heads.
Dead Radio Love #17 at The Elora Brewing Company with the Lonesome Ace String Band, three of Canada's finest instrumentalists. Opening set by the newly re-named Whoa-Bucks! playing your Honky Tonk favourites from now and yesteryear. 9:30PM, $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
So excited to join Bry Webb and Ben Grossman opening for Marisa Anderson! It's always a thrill to sit beside Mr. Webb on stage, and for this show we'll hear new arrangements of Bry's songs with steel and hurdy-gurdy. Marisa's 'Mercury' is one of my favourite instrumental records. A force on guitar and steel, I simply can't wait to see her performance.