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October 19, 2019


Granite Hill Bluegrass

Granite Hill, London’s Bluegrass phenom, combines the award winning talent of some the best pickers in the area with traditional tunes you love to hear.  With: Doug McNaughton-fiddle, Norm Tellier-mandolin,  Steve Greer-banjo,  Al Draper-guitar, Bill Carson-bass, Gord Devries-resonator guitar.

Doug McNaughton-fiddle
Norm Tellier-mandolin
Steve Greer-banjo
Al Draper-guitar
Bill Carson-bass
Gord Devries-resonator guitar
• Norm is a veteran player in bluegrass groups Clean Sweep, Northern City Limits, General Store and the Commercial Bluegrass Band. He is a two-time recipient of the CCBMA “Mandolin Player of the Year” award. Norm sings most of the tenor harmony in the group.
• Al is our one of the strongest and best singers in Bluegrass today. He brings over 40 years
of experience on guitar and has a passion for music and bluegrass harmony.
• Doug is a master fiddle teacher and contest judge with extensive experience playing fiddle for country acts such as Marie Bottrell and Terry Sumsion.
• Bill has played Bass in bluegrass bands Blackwell Sideroad and Northern City Limits. His strong clear tenor lead vocals add depth to the Granite Hill repertoire.
• Steve has over 40 years experience performing with various artists. He has assisted with 2 studio recordings. Steve’s 5-string style compliments the Granite Hill ensemble.
• Gord was a member of Northern City Limits and Foxtail and is a five-time recipient of the CCBMA “Dobro Player of the Year” award. Gord sings most of the baritone harmony

Start: October 19, 2019 7:30 pm
Tickets: 15.00
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November 30, 2019


Rant Maggie Rant Christmas Concert

Nothing says Christmas like a good jig. Or a lively reel. Or a foot-stomping, eclectic mix of internationally inspired Celtic music.  Rant Maggie Rant returns to the Hall  for its Frost and Fire concert, an event that’s becoming a holiday tradition.  “I think Celtic music lends itself very well to this season because of its connection to hearth and home, and kitchens and kitchen parties,” said Glen Dias, frontman for the Stratford-based trio.

Owing to its agrarian roots, Celtic culture is also closely linked to the seasons, the solstices and the equinoxes, he noted, and that’s a big part of the appeal of Celtic music at Christmas time.

Start: November 30, 2019 8:00 pm
Tickets: 20.00
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December 7, 2019


Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Start: December 7, 2019 6:30 pm
Tickets: 35.00