Shane Cook, Joey Wright, Joe Phillips
Thursday March 8, 7:30 pm
Snow Road Community Hall, Snow Road Station 
HUP SKERRIES Shane Cook, Jake Charron
Canadian and US National Fiddle champion Shane Cook is teaming up with renowned bassist Joe Phillips and Juno-nominated musician Joey Wright. These three have played together many times over their careers, mostly performing with other musicians such as Alison Lupton and Jenny Whiteley but never striking out as a trio until now. The musical chemistry is undeniable, and the pure joy of exploring their instruments as they play off each other’s ideas is infectious.


Clan Hannigan

Spring Concert Series

Sunday March 11, 2 pm

Mera Schoolhose, MacDonalds Corners

"Clan Hannigan is an intergenerational family band based out of Baltimore Ontario that takes traditional Irish music and blends it with elements of Jazz, Pop, and other folk traditions, to create a unique high energy sonic soundscape. Steafan Hannigan and Saskia Tomkins have been mainstays on the traditional Irish and world music scenes for the last thirty plus years working with acts like. Uriah Heep, Loreena McKennitt, Olivier Schroer, Julian Lloyd Weber, Bjork, Depeche Mode, Martin Carthy, Sin É, LinnTilla, The Afro Celt Sound System, The Chieftains and countless others."
Sean Pinchin
This one speaks for itself. What a great poster. Blues on The Rideau is always a great time and lots of dancing. Check them out!

Turpin's Trail
Saturday March 24th 6pm
Sharbot Lake Country Inn
Tickets - $55 for dinner & show



A Candle's Flame - Turpin's TrailI

"With a closet-full of over a dozen instruments and a wealth of great original & traditional songs and tunes, Turpin's Trail brings together four veterans of Kingston's music scene. Individually and as a band the members of Turpin's Trail have shared the stage with the likes of David Francey, Sarah Harmer, Ron Hynes, J.P. Cormier, Fred Eaglesmith, Leahy, and the Masterless Men. Turpin's Trail has played such great venues as the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque and Kingston's K-Rock Centre, and embarked on multiple tours of Atlantic Canada as far east as Newfoundland."
David Leask
The Listening Room Series
Sunday March 25th, 7pm
The Perth Restaurant (Tea Room)
Tickets $20
David Leask - All My Love
From Steve Tennant,
"When you hear his brogue you realize instantly his Scottish roots and, it you’re like me, you just want to listen a wee bit more.  The Listening Room Series welcomes David Leask, who brings his Celtic / Folk to perform on Sunday March 25th – 7pm at The Perth Tea Room (Perth Restaurant).   I’ve heard Leask several times and noticed how he captivates any audience he plays to. Utilizing loop and effect pedals, his guitar work always seems to augment stories being told. You’ll see why he’s won so many songwriting awards and enjoy his stellar stories.   I would agree with this quote from the Toronto Star, “Leask brings to his music a compellingly honest baring of the soul.”  Come hear for yourself. A portion of the proceeds from this show will go to the Perth Enrichment Program – a wonderful, not-for-profit Day Program for Seniors my Mom thoroughly enjoys.    Dinner Reservations, which guarantees your tickets, can be made by calling The Perth Tea Room @ 613-267-3170 OR, for “Show Only” Tickets, call Sue @ 613-267-7902 to arrange payment.  I look forward to seeing you there enjoying such wonderful talent, all the while, supporting a good cause

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