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coming-right-up-featThursday, August 13th, at 8PM at The Avalon Jazz Lounge & Patio, at 229, 9th St. E., Hammerton/Wagler/O'Neill return to set the night right with original music along with some of the standards and mixed in with a few surprises. Admission is pay what you can


Friday, August 14th, from 4PM 'til 6PM at The Bleeding Carrot, 945, 2nd Ave E., presents the Friday Afternoon Coffee House & Open Mic hosted by Kelly Babcock. Come hear music and poetry from local musicians and spoken word artists, or bring your guitar or other musical instrument or just your voice and sign up to perform a couple of songs


Friday, August 14th, at 9PM at The Avalon Jazz Lounge & Patio, at 229, 9th St. E., Richard Knechtel, back by popular demand! A vetran performer of festivals, concerts and special event shows, Richard Knechtel's confident, creative and ...

coming-right-up-featby Kelly Babcock

[....] Sunday, August 9th, 7PM at the beautiful Inner Harbour behind Owen Sound's Visitor Centre, 1155 1st Avenue W., TD Harbour Nights presents the talented singer/songwriter, Shawna Caspi. Please bring your own lawn chair or blanket to sit on. In the event of rain, the concert may be moved indoors to the Owen Sound Legion auditorium, at 1450 2nd Avenue West


Wednesday, August 12, at 12 noon, at Georgian Shores United Church, 997, 4th Ave E., the 22nd Annual Noon Hour Series presents Four Strings for the Moment featuring Ben Bolt Martin on Cello. A pay what you can event

laviolette-regLocal musical hero Richard Laviolette returns to Owen Sound for a concert at the River Café, August 15th at 7:30pm -- suggested donation $10. Laviolette was raised on music and never kicked the habit. As the child of a prominent Grey-Bruce musical duo Darrell and Marie Laviolette, his childhood was steeped in country music played at family gatherings and local jamborees. Laviolette's own musical career sprouted out of the Guelph music scene and is marked by near constant collaboration and experimentation, spanning genres from folk, to country, and rock and roll.

Joel Plaskett web imageby James Keelaghan
Several years ago, I was teaching at a music camp in New Jersey. I had a group of about 16 songwriters as students. On the first night they invited me down to a songwriters' circle at one of the cabins. I went, stayed for one round through the circle, and said my "good nights". I then went and played for two hours with the contra dance band.


The next day, they asked what I thought about the circle. My inner Canadian was still asleep and instead of being polite, I said what was on my mind.

coming-right-up-regby Kelly Babcock

Thursday, July 30th, 8PM 'til 11PM at St. George's Hall 1049 4th Ave. E., Mossy Gatherings presents The Human Rights. Back by popular demand, this well-known Reggae group has chosen Owen Sound to launch their newest album. Their unique style of uplifting, ultra-heavy, new roots reggae music will lift your spirits and get you dancing. Tickets, $15, available at The River Café, Fromager Music, and at the door


Friday, July 31st, at 2PM and at 6PM at the Roxy Theatre, Little Red Riding Hood & The Wolf ...

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