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In addition to The Wintergreen Concert Series, Hello Darlin' Productions presents a myriad of other concerts from a number of musical genres.  Click on the buttons on the left to learn more about the artists performing in upcoming shows.

 

Wintergreen Christmas Concert

Old- Fashioned Christmas Concert to benefit Sun Youth

 

Featuring: Katie Moore, Li'l Andy, Notre Dame de Grass, Sin and Swoon, Peter Mika, Terry-Joe Banjo

 

Admittance with non-perishable food items, toiletries or toys only

 

Refreshments will be served

 

Saturday, December 13

Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East)

Doors 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm 

$20 / $10 students

Michael Jerome Browne

CD Release

Saturday, January 24

Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East)

Doors 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm 

$20 / $10 students

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"...one of the finest musicians who is well versed in so many interrelated genres when it comes to roots, Americana, blues, Cajun, you name it, Michael has got it under his belt in a big way and instruments in his backpack... Any chance I get to hear Michael and then play with him is a chance I'll leap at."

-Eric Bibb, interview with Holger Petersen (Talking Music)

 

michaeljeromebrowne.com

Steel Rail

Bill Garrett and Sue Lothrop

Saturday, February 7

Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East)

Doors 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm 

$20 / $10 students

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Steel Rail has released three albums: River Song (2005), The Road Less Travelled (2000) and A Thousand Miles of Snow (1995). The Road Less Travelled was a finalist in the Country-Roots category of the 2000 Crossroads Music Awards in the U.S., and spent time at the top of the CBC-Galaxie folk-roots radio charts in Canada. The band's debut album, A Thousand Miles of Snow, also garnered critical praise in Canada and the U.S. and airplay on country, campus, community and public broadcasting stations across Canada.

 

A national treasure and a local Montreal favourite, Steel Rail has not performed locally for a number of years.  Hello Darlin' is so pleased to be able to welcome them back to the Montral stage!

 

steelrail.ca

 

"Two voices in perfect harmony."

That's how one music writer described the Montreal-based duo of Bill Garrett and Sue Lothrop. That rich vocal blend is the hallmark of a folk-music partnership that celebrates fine songwriting and a shared history growing up in rural Quebec.

Bill and Sue began their musical relationship after recording Bill's last solo CD, Seems To Me in 1999. The vocal magic and the distinctive musical approach that resulted have continued to evolve and these days, their tight harmonies, fine guitar picking and tasteful repertoire are winning over fans across the country.

 

willymacproductions.ca

Dave Gunning

Saturday, March 21

Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East)

Doors 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm 

$20 / $10 students

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“Dave Gunning is the next big thing in the True North of Song, an artist as compelling, as assured and attentive to every nuance of the writing process as Lightfoot, Cockburn and Stan Rogers before him.”  — Greg Quill, The Toronto Star 

There are stories that wash over you like a tide, and then there are stories that grab you by the heart.  Dave Gunning has made a point of finding the latter and wrapping them up in song since he broke upon the East Coast music scene in Canada back in 1997.  The Pictou County, Nova Scotia born and bred singer-songwriter and working class hero has built up from humble beginnings to a point where his name is regularly included in conversation with artists such as David Francey, James Keelaghan, Ron Hynes, Stan Rogers, Bruce Cockburn and Gordon Lightfoot.  Writing from a sonic menu that includes flavors of Irish, Scottish,  folk and country musical styles, Dave transcends genre with songs that fill your senses and touch your soul.

 

davegunning.com

Jeff Davis

Saturday, April 18

Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur East)

Doors 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm 

$20 / $10 students

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plus

an afternoon workshop on the Warner Collection

 

Jeff Davis is one of America’s most respected collectors and interpreters of traditional music. He has traveled far to visit “source singers”--farmers and miners who remembered the old songs and tunes--and closer at hand to libraries and archives, always look for the best of the music that was once common in out towns and villages.

Jeff plays fiddle, banjo, mandocello, guitar, spoons, jaw’s harps and a few instruments hand-made by some folk craftsmen.

 

jeffdavisoldmusic.com

 

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