OCTOBER 2019      
The Blushing Brides : The World's Foremost Tribute to the Rolling Stones.
The Blushing Brides were started by singer Maurice Raymond and guitarist Paul Martin. Shortly after their launch the band garnered a reputation as the world's foremost tribute to the Rolling Stones.
During their career The Blushing Brides have performed over 3,500 shows across North America. In 2019 they celebrate 40 years of performance and touring. The Brides’ current set list includes Stones’ material from the early 60s albums thru to the Mick Taylor 70s era as well as gems from classic albums such as Some Girls and Tattoo You and select cuts from recent Stones’ releases. Don’t miss seeing The Blushing Brides in concert when they come to your town. It’s only rock ‘n’ roll, and you’ll like it!
Friday October 25 7:30 PM
Brockville Arts Centre
The Good Brothers have won 8 Juno Awards and are inductees to the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame as well as the North American Country Music Association International Hall of Fame in Tennessee. Formed in the early 1970s, they toured across Canada on the infamous Festival Express with Janis Joplin, The Band, The Grateful Dead and Ten Years After. They also supported Gordon Lightfoot as his opening act on his North American tour. The Good Brothers achieved eight straight Juno Awards as Best Country Group, as well as headline gigs at Massey Hall, Ontario Place and the National Arts Centre, topped off with gold and platinum album sales awards. The Good Brothers have gained a worldwide audience over the course of their 40 plus year career, and the three Good brothers, Bruce (autoharp), Brian (guitar) and Larry (banjo) continue to tour extensively in Canada, the United States and Europe. They play good time roots music, straight from the heart that encompasses country, bluegrass, folk, Celtic and the occasional taste of rock ‘n’ roll. The Good Brothers live concerts feature their hits “Fox On The Run”, “Alberta Bound” and “The Rabbit” along with numerous other timeless gems. The Good Brothers are Canadian country music royalty, not to be missed when they come to your town!
Sunday Oct 27
7 PM
Aeolian Hall
NOVEMBER 2019    
Friday Nov 1, 2019 7:30 PM
Stockey Centre
Sunday Nov 3
2:30 PM
Heartwood Concert Hall
Friday Nov 8
7:30 PM
Port Stanley Festival Theatre
Saturday Nov 9 7:30 PM
Marble Arts Centre
Friday Nov 15
7:30 PM
Town Hall 1873 - Centre for the Performing Arts
Saturday Nov16, 7:30 PM
Backstage Capitol Theatre

featuring Rob Stoner (Bob Dylan) and Thommy Price (Mink DeVille/Billy Idol/Joan Jett)

Rockabilly Boogie all night long with rockabilly legends Robert Gordon, the Crown Prince of Rockabilly, and guitar wizard Chris Spedding.
Robert Gordon first put a fist through the heart of the music industry with his 1977 Hit “Red Hot,” knocking down Disco queens, would-be Punks, and New Wave wannabes with his no-holds-barred take on hot-rodded Rockabilly. Now reunited with legendary guitar ace Chris Spedding, Robert is back to spread the gospel and jolt the world again…

Saturday Nov 16 8PM
The Opera House
DECEMBER 2019    
Classic Albums Live and its roster of A-list musicians from across the country will be performing The Beatles’ Abbey Road exactly as you remember hearing it, note for note, cut for cut.

First issued on September 26th, 1969 Abbey Road was the final Beatles album to be recorded, but not their last to be released. Abbey Road entered the US album chart at No.1 in October and stayed there for a total of 17of its 81 weeks in the chart. In the US, it spent 11weeks at #1 during its initial chart stay of 83 weeks.

The album's iconic cover, which features the four band members walking across a zebra crossing outside Abbey Road Studios, has become one of the most famous and imitated images in the history of popular music.
Thursday Dec 5 7:30 PM
Brockville Arts Centre


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