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Saturday
Jul272019

Southern Supper with Sean Burns- Friday, October 4, 2019

*** DUO EVENT WITH PEDAL STEEL ***  ON TOUR FROM WINNEPEG *** REAL DEAL HONKY TONK / OLD SCHOOL COUNTRY MUSIC ***  LATER SHOW *** DOORS AT 7:00 & SHOW & FOOD ARE FROM 8:00-10:00 ***

From dancehall shuffles and the electric honky tonk of the Bakersfield sound, all the way down to belly rubbin’ ballads, Sean Burns plays his brand of Country Music with an unparalleled enthusiasm.

Continuing to tour relentlessly, the Winnipeg based country music enthusiast delivers from-the-heart performances of songs written with highway miles and heartbreak. 

March 2018 saw Sean Burns & Lost Country release “Music for Taverns, Bars, and Honky Tonks” to favourable reviews and extensive national touring. With songs of trains and trucks, drinkers and drunks, it’s a country music soundtrack for all of your dancing and romancing pleasures. Download/Stream ‘Music for Taverns, Bars, and Honky Tonks’ on Spotify, or wherever else you choose to listen to beautiful Country Music. 

In February 2019 in conjunction with CKUW 95.9 FM in Winnipeg, Sean released “A Night of Country Music”; a live album featuring Lost Country performing and backing up six special guests, who are all notable names in the Western Canadian music community. 

Catch Sean every Tuesday from 11am-1pm (CT) hosting “Boots & Saddle” on CKUW 95.9 FM in Winnipeg. The radio home of Honky-Tonk and beautiful Country Music by beautiful Country Music Singers.

Our special menu includes "Chicken Fried" Steak (yes..it's steak); Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes with Gravy; Green Beans cooked with bacon & potatoes; Buttermilk Biscuits; Lemon Ice Box Pie; Sweet Iced Tea; & Cafe du Monde Coffee & Chicory.  

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PLEASE NOTE.....There are NO physical tickets.  Nothing is sent to you in the mail, or via email.  Once your payment is processed, via Pay Pal, a notification is sent to me.  Then, your name is written on the guest list, for the event.  

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Thursday
Jul112019

Southern Supper with Stan Street & Joe Murphy- Wednesday, September 4, 2019

STAN STREET:  Cajun chefs, bluesmen and red-haired women people the art of Stan Street. On his canvas, New Orleans's Delta and Florida’s Big Cypress Swamp blend into a stew of red hot licks and blazing notes. It was only after years as a recognized blues musician in Florida that he took up brush and paint. Street’s earliest art celebrated the blues pioneers in wide slashes of brilliant color on slabs of discarded wood, rescued from anonymity with portraits of the likes of Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Robert Johnson. 

After some time in New Orleans, the juke joints and blues festivals of the deep South started to breathe on his canvas. As he experimented with different styles, drawing on the Impressionists and Expressionists, Street “took what he needed to know and went from there”.  Bold strokes and colors played out the sounds he heard and played as a musical artist. “Being self-taught is an advantage, in that doors are always open for new development. My art will always have a primitive feel to it and I try to give it movement and life.”

The biggest influence on Street’s art is the perspective of being a blues musician. Growing up in New York he was influenced by his father and uncle - classical percussionists - who encouraged his creativity. He took up: sax, harmonica, percussion and singing, accumulating credits in award winning blues groups. He tours the Canadian blues festival circuit as well as blues festivals and honkytonks of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia.  Although Street called Florida his "home" for more than 25 years, he has moved to Clarksdale, Mississippi, where he finds common ground with the primordial blues of the Delta, and also will be closer to New Orleans, Chicago, and Kansas City.

Putting the music in his head and the vision of his travels onto canvas are as natural as blowin’ a slow, low, blue note through his well-worked sax. Street readily acknowledges one art form supports the other and that his art work and his music are works in progress. Leaving open the question “ does the music support the art or does the art support the music?” To the fans of Stan Street, that is a question that hopefully is never answered!

.......Linda-Lou Nelson, founder South Florida Blues Society

 

JOE MURPHY from the Deep Roots Musical Festival website....

'Joe Murphy has been a fixture in the East Coast blues scene for the past 40 years. He got his start sitting in with Dutch Mason in 1972 and played harp and guitar on Dutchie’s last album, Half Ain’t Been Told. He also played harmonica on Garrett Mason’s Juno award winning “I’m Just A Man,” and has played with most of the blues acts who have come east in the last thirty years.

His Water Street Blues Band has backed up Otis Rush, Johnnie Johnson, Johnny Sansone, Kenny ‘Blues Boss’ Wayne and the late great Pinetop Perkins, just to name a few. Joe’s most memorable gigs include playing harp for three nights with John Lee Hooker and a wonderful week playing harp for Sunnyland Slim.

He has 5 CD’s – two with his Water Street Blues Band and two side projects, one with Johnny Sansone and his latest, She Moves Me, featuring Bhrath Rajukumar. Joe and his band also have had one of the longest running blues matinees in Halifax, playing every Saturday at Your Father’s Mustache for the last 21 years'.

 

Our special menu includes Fried Delta Farm Raised Catfish Fillets; Collard Greens cooked with ham hock; Black-eyed Peas cooked with bacon; Buttermilk Cornbread Muffins; Sweet Potato Pie; Sweet Iced Tea; & Cafe du Monde Coffee & Chicory.  

PLEASE NOTE.....There are NO physical tickets.  Nothing is sent to you in the mail, or via email.  Once your payment is made, through Pay Pal, a notification is sent to me.  Then, your name is written on a guest list.  

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Thursday
Jul042019

Southern Supper with Steve Groves- Thursday, September 19, 2019

*** IN CANADA FOR A FEW MONTHS ***

Steve Groves travels and tours in Europe and Asia playing festivals, concerts, restaurant & bar events.

He has just returned from a very successful tour in Spain, and will be returning there for a two week tour of Barcelona and Malaga next April.

He leaves to tour London U.K. area October 1st, and will continue to Bombay India, where he will be performing and recording with a variety of musicians and backup bands as well as solo performances in Goa, India.

Past info...

Steve has lived and played with some of the greatest musicians in blues and jazz while living in New York City ’77 to '90.

Including… 
The American National Treasures, The Holmes Brothers from 84 to 89. 
'My first gig in New York was with Percy France, saxophonist on the classic Honky Honk which revolutionized the sound of rock sax in the early 50’s. 
Charlie Rouse, saxophonist on Monk’s “Round Midnight'.
The video is from the Ottawa Bluesfest, opening for Tom Petty. 
Our special menu includes Fried U.S. Delta Farm Raised Catfish Fillets; Creole Red Beans & Rice witih Sausage; Coleslaw with Remoulade Dressing; Buttermilk Cornbread Muffins; Apple Cobbler; Sweet Iced Tea; & Cafe du Monde Coffee & Chicory.  
PLEASE NOTE....There are NO physical tickets.  Nothing is sent to you in the mail, or via emial.  Once your purchase is made, through Pay Pal, a notification is sent to me.  Then, your name is written on a guest list, for the event.  

 

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Thursday
Jun272019

Southern Supper with Suzie Vinnick- Wednesday, August 28, 2019


“When Saskatoon native Suzie Vinnick takes the stage, she takes it from footlights to rafters and owns it. She can belt out a blues or croon a ballad with equal deftness. Her guitar work is effortlessly commanding and supremely tasteful. But it is mostly her powerful presence that leaves a lasting impression. This lady is a force of nature with a six-string guitar. You’ve got to experience her to understand.” Mike Agranoff, The Minstrel, Morristown, NJ

A Saskatoon native transplanted to the Niagara Region of Ontario, Suzie Vinnick is the proud owner of a gorgeous voice, prodigious guitar and bass chops, and an engagingly candid performance style.

Her career has seen triumph after triumph. Among her most recent successes: being nominated for a 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award for Producer of the Year with her co-producer, Mark Lalama. Suzie achieved finalist status in the Solo/Duo Category at the 2013

International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN; received the 2012 CBC Saturday Night Blues Great Canadian Blues Award and the 2012 Sirius XM Canada Blues Artist of the Year. Suzie has won 10 Maple Blues Awards, 1 Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Vocalist of the Year and is a 3X Juno Nominee.

Suzie has toured nationally with Stuart McLean’s The Vinyl Café and the John McDermott Band, and performed for Canadian Peacekeepers in Bosnia and the Persian Gulf. She was also the voice of Tim Horton’s for 5 years. How cool is that?

Suzie has just released her latest album, a full band roots and blues extravaganza entitled Shake The Love Around.

Tune your ears to one of Canada’s music greats, with “…a voice of spun gold and honey”

(Access Magazine)

QUOTES

“One of my favorite singers.” Holger Petersen, CBC’s Saturday Night Blues

“Her crisp guitar work is all the framing Vinnick's strong, soulful vocals need...” Kerry Doole, Exclaim

Magazine

“…combined with her amazing guitar chops, Vinnick is just a blue note or two away from turning

into a legend. “

Music by the Bay Concert Series

Our special menu includes Blackened U.S. Delta Farm Raised Catfish Fillets; Creole Red Beans & Rice with Sausage; Coleslaw with Remoulade Dressing; Buttermilk Cornbread Muffins; Mississippi Mud Cake; Sweet Iced Tea; & Cafe du Monde Coffee & Chicory.  
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PLEASE NOTE....There are NO physical tickets.  Once your purchase is made, via Pay Pal, a notification is sent to me, and your name is written on a guest list.  Nothing is sent to you in the mail, or via email.  

 

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