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Blues Church December 2022

What a line-up! Bad Luck Woman 2pm Brooke Blackburn 3pm Steve Marriner 4pm

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Blues Church December 2022
Blues Church December 2022

Time & Location

Dec 18, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Erin, 156 Main St, Erin, ON N0B 1T0, Canada

About the event

Advance tickets available due to out of town travellers.

Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes - A Toronto based Blues/R&B band, reviving some obscure and forgotten tunes by sassy ladies of the 50’s and 60's, such as Big Maybelle, Little Sylvia, Dolly Cooper, Carmen Taylor, and Ella Johnson, as well keeping alive classics by icons like Ray Charles, Etta James, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Rogers. Their dynamic stage presence and ruthless energy keeps the audiences dancing all night. The band was formed in 2015 by front-woman, lead vocalist and bass player Raha Javanfar.

Brooke Blackburn of The Blackburn Brothers - An obvious uniqueness that identifies and sets apart the band is that Blackburn is a band of brothers – literally. Duane (lead vocals), Brooke (guitar), Cory (drums) and Robert (harmony vocals and songwriting on the newest release) all share the Blackburn name; a name that has become truly connected to Toronto music history. Musically, the Blackburn name has been forever imprinted in our ears by Bobby Dean Blackburn, an R&B artist who gained legendary status in the Toronto music scene, performing the city circuit for over 30 years. Beyond the music, other history runs deep too. The Blackburn name is tied to the history of the Underground Railroad, and there is a direct connection to the musical talents that we know and listen to today. A thread of Soul in almost every track the band records. Blackburn received the Maple Blues Award for BEST NEW BAND in 2010, a JUNO nomination for BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR in 2016.

Steve Marriner - One of Canada’s busiest artists, Steve Marriner has proven himself to be a versatile and highly skilled musician, songwriter and producer. In addition to winning nine Maple Blues Awards as a harmonica player and vocalist on his own, he has won another ten Maple Blues, two Canadian Indie Music, two JUNOs and one American Blues Music awards as one-third of swamp rockers MonkeyJunk. Steve has performed in studio and on stage with some of Canada’s top blues and rock artists such as Colin James, Sass Jordan and Matt Andersen… and 2018’s album with Harry Manx under the banner ‘Manx Marriner Mainline’ turned heads on both sides of the border.

Tickets

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    The seat you choose is your seat. We cannot move your seat without other guests approval if seating is already assigned / sold.

    $20.00
    Tax: +$2.60 HST
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