December 9, 2017
KILEY JOE and his Rhythm Associates
“Remember That One” – a reminiscent journey of music
Kiley Joe has dropped four albums, and released several songs to Canadian and European Country radio throughout the 1990’s. Among the songs released, his most popular was a self-penned tune entitled, “Shame On Me” which shared the European Country Music charts with the likes of Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire, and tapped in at 49th on Country Music News’ top 100.
When he isn’t performing his own shows, he is the piano player in the “Sweet Dreams” band for Amberley Beatty’s, “Legendary Patsy Cline” tour and a member of the Butcher Holler Boys with Amberley’s “Loretta Lynn Show”. Kiley Joe is also playing piano and harmonica in the back-up band for Robert Gill’s “Waylon Jennings / Highwaymen Tribute Show” and “George Jones Tribute Show”.
He has a repertoire of close to 1000 songs from Country to Jazz to 50’s & 60’s Rock and Roll and is an Entertainer in his own rite. He commands the audience’s attention; whether it’s with a heart-wrenching ballad such as “Hurt” or “Hallelujah”, or a piano-pounding rock and roll hit like “Great Balls of Fire”, he’ll leave you wanting more — and there’s plenty of it.
Tickets are $18.00 in advance and $20.00 on the day of the performance.
February 10, 2018
Saturday, February 10 at 8:00 pm. Brush away the winter blahs with RPR Music, formerly Tanglefoot.
They rocked the folk/roots music scene as the rhythm section of Tanglefoot, a hard-working band with a massive presence and a fanatically loyal following throughout Canada, the US & Britain.
Now Rob Ritchie, Al Parrish and Steve Ritchie, along with percussionist/singer/songwriter Beaker Granger, have re-connected as RPR.
The new configuration affords the four veteran performers the opportunity to stretch their wings and create a rich and memorable interfusion of music, stories, laughter and reminiscence. It’s light and shade, irreverent and poignant, gentle as a whisper and rampantly energetic.
And whether it’s an original country song of Al’s, Rob’s incisive humour, the drop-dead vocal harmonies in a new acapella song or the occasional re-working of an old Tanglefoot tune, all the old chemical energy and impact …are still there.
March 24, 2018
Ontario born Stevie Jewel is Katy Perry meets Country with a twist of Southern Rock.
Multi award winning and grammy nominated before she turned 20, STEVIE has performed at The White House, Canadian Country Music Awards, and all over the U.S. to great acclaim.
A graduate of The Royal Conservatory in Canada, Las Vegas Academy for the Performing Arts and the Atlanta Music Academy, STEVIE’s powerful storytelling and stunning vocal presence highlight her unique artistic identity which connects her to her audience across the globe.
STEVIE’s single “MEMORY LANE” scored extensive airplay on CBC Radio in Jewel’s homeland of Canada in late 2015.
Currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, STEVIE is finishing her last year at Nashville’s premier music school, BELMONT UNIVERSITY ( BRAD PAISLEY, FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE are Alums)
She is collaborating with Nashville’s A-listers like Country Hall of Famer Tom Douglas (LADY ANTEBELLUM, TIM MCGRAW), and Pop writer/ producers JODI MARR (CAROLE KING, RICKY MARTIN) and Will Edwards ( Dexter, Burn Notice, The Sopranos.) on a new collection of songs after completing a fall 2016 tour.