Archive for July 23rd, 2013


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To start off the Cherry Jubilee weekend come to our opening concert on Friday night!!

Buy your tickets in advance $12 or at the door $15.

Light refreshments will be served!






Montreal duo Andrew Whiteman (Broken Social Scene, Apostle of Hustle) and Ariel Engle play amplified cigarbox guitars and use a 404 sampler to trigger mellotrons and bells. Vocal duets, twin guitar lines, and thundercloud drum machines are their stock and trade. Their brand of alternative folk rock has been called “ghost science faux-folk” by Feist, a frequent collaborator, and their debut album features lyrics interpreted from the poems of Alice Notley. Whiteman and Engle are veterans of the Canadian music scene, filled with the integrity of making future musical dreams come true today.
Jennifer Castle says that she “takes the world very seriously, while believing very much in impossible things.” This idea of being rooted in the real world – yet still free to soar in the ether of daydreams –  offers insight into the contradictory and alluring world of Jennifer Castle. One of Canada’s best kept secrets, Castle has managed to stay low-key and grounded in Toronto, quietly crafting songs that capture the wonder and fragility of those impossible visions. While lending her unmistakable voice to a diverse list of recordings – including The Constantines’ Kensington Heights, Fucked Up’s Year of the Pig and David Comes to Life, as well as albums by Ryan Driver, Eric Chenaux, Doug Paisley and Wooly Leaves – Jennifer Castle brings her timeless take on folk music to the world under her own name.





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