coming-right-up-fullby Kelly Babcock

Friday, July 10th, 8PM 'til 11PM, at The River Café, 986 2nd Ave E., Mossy Gatherings presents Richard Garvey's CD release party for his latest project "Where Fools Gather." Opening for Richard is the talented Orit Shimoni, an intriguing and alluring singer/songwriter and five album veteran of Canadian music. Admission, suggested donation of $10, no one turned away so long as there's room in the venue

Friday, July 10th, at 9PM at the Avalon, 229 9th St. E., come see the Hammerton-Wagler-O'neill Trio. Three of the country's most in-demand musicians combine their prodigious talents to form a peerless classic jazz trio. A Pay What You Can event

Saturday, July 11th, at 7PM at the Avalon, 229 9th St. E., Owen Sound native son, Neil Morley joins the Avalon Quartet. Neil has been playing saxophone since age 11. Though his family recently moved to Guelph, he still loves Owen Sound and visits whenever he can. A Pay What You Can event

Saturday, July 11th, from 7PM to 10:30 The Bleeding Carrot, 985 2nd Ave E., is proud to once again present multiple Maple Blues Award winner, Juno nominee and Summerfolk veteran, Suzie Vinnick. "Suzie's gorgeous voice and stellar guitar work will delight the audience in our intimate and acoustically friendly concert space." Doors open at 7pm. Music at 8pm. Tickets are $20 and are available in advance at the restaurant/store

Sunday, July 11th, at the beautiful Inner Harbour behind Owen Sound's Visitor Centre, 1155 1st Ave W., TD Harbour Nights concert series presents Deanne Hallman. Globally influenced, Deanne will be sure to pour out her soul. A singer-songwriter who can belt the blues, rock the house or sing a lullaby, Deanne will be joined in her second set by Owen Sound's legendary rocking blues group The Bearcats

Tuesday, July 14th, from 7:30PM to 8:30, at the River Café, 986 2nd Ave E., Hot Black Coffee (Rebecca Johnson-Morelli & Kelly Babcock) will be performing a one hour thank you concert to all who donated $20 or more to the Canadian Cancer Society to support Kelly's Heroes For Hope haircut. Doors open at 7, Admission, a $20 donation to the Canadian Cancer society, can be made at the door if space is still available. Come see and hear the bald songwriter and the amazing singer who shaved his head on the same stage

Wednesday, July 15th, at 12 noon at Georgian Shores United Church, 997 4th Ave E., come hear the Surround Sound Trio, Christine McLean on clarinet, Marion McDougal on viola, and Barbara Dyck on piano, performing as part of the Summer Noon Hour Concert Series. Admission: donations welcome.


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