My interview with Trish Bolechowsky at CKCU last Monday regarding the Fundraising Event for Syrian Families in the Wakefield and Chelsea areas. It begins at 1:05.39. Hope to see some of you at the Black Sheep Inn tomorrow at 3 pm
A demain !
Good morning, everyone:
1) I will be on CKCU 93,1 FM this morning at 8:10. I will be speaking about our upcoming fundraising event for Syrian refugees in the area.
2) If you are interested in my (and Nina Peterson's) show on Tuesday at the BDT, I am selling tickets for $8 and not $12. I wasn't aware that I could reduce the price slightly. Let me know if you are interested.
3) The Syrian Fundraising Event on Sunday, May 21 begins at 3 p.m. at the Black Sheep Inn. Cover Fee is by donation.
I hope to see some of you at one of these or both events.
Have a great week,
The BDT is a warm and quaint locale (170 rue Montcalm, Hull). I look forward to sharing the stage with Nina. This will be an intimate evening of original acoustic/folk music on May 16th.
I have tickets for sale. Contact me if you wish to purchase from me. $12 from me; $16.86 at the door.
A small reminder of a wonderful evening of music this Thursday (May 11) at PRESSED (750 Gladstone Ave.) from 8-11 p.m.
It will be a round music evening of folk, featuring Alan Sandeman, Greg Kelly, and myself. We will each play our original songs. It is a great pleasure to share the stage with these fine song-writers. I hope you will join us for what promises to be a very enjoyable and relaxing evening. It'll certainly Sound Like Spring....
PRESSED has wonderful food and fine drinks.
Cover is $10. Children are welcome (and free!)
Salut mes ami(e)s:
This is going to be a great evening. Come and join us for Sounds Like Spring at Pressed on May 11, 7:30-11 p.m. Greg Kelly, Alan Sandeman, and myself will host a round-music soirée. You will hear such wonderful stories in song. I very much look forward to this evening.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Pressed is located at 750 Gladstone Ave. It is a lovely venue, and the food is superb.
Poster designed by Tara Heft. Thanks, Tara!