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OKGN MELA

OKGN MELA

 Creekside Theatre Sat, Sep 17, 2022 At 3:30pm
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A one-day festival that celebrates South Asian cultures and identities featuring young artists. The event will have poetry, visual arts, musical performances, and a local market. Performances will be in Punjabi and English.

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$35 Regular Admission
Admission To: Poet's Courtyard, Art Gallery, and Market
Event Times:
• Poetry Event 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
• Market and Art Gallery 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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$35 Regular Admission
Admission to: Creekside Theatre, Art Gallery, and Market

Event Times:
• Market and Art Gallery 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
• Musical Sets 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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$40 Early Bird (Until Aug. 15) Buy
$60 Regular Admission
Admission to: Poet's Courtyard, Creekside Theatre, Art Gallery, and Market (All)
Event Times:
• Poetry Event 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
• Market and Art Gallery 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
• Musical Sets 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Regular Tickets (On Sale Aug 15 - Sept 17)

John Wing
Creekside Theatre

John Wing

Presented by Train Wreck Comedy
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$45 Per Person (Including all fees & charges)

John Wing, originally from Sarnia, has been a standup comedian for four decades. He has accumulated more than 350 television appearances in Canada and the U.S. He has performed on The Tonight Show, with both Jay Leno and Johnny Carson, Evening At The Improv, Comics, Standup Sitdown Comedy with Robert Klein, as well as two hour long CBC specials, "John Wing, Fly Me" and John Wing "The Elvis Years".

John has performed at more than 40 comedy festivals around the world, including ten Just For Laughs Montreal festivals. A regular on CBC radio's The Debaters, John also had his own radio show for two seasons on CBC, called "Man, Woman, & Child." In 2013, John was a semifinalist on NBC's "America's Got Talent" A regular performer in clubs and on cruise ships, John has traveled the globe bringing his humor with him. He has also published eleven books of poetry, a Memoir of his first 10 years of standup, and in 2021, his first novel, "A Car To Die For".

John lives in Los Angeles, meticulously maintaining his Canadian citizenship.

Simon & Garfunkel: A Musical Celebration

Simon & Garfunkel: A Musical Celebration

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$43.00 Per Person
(Includes fees & Taxes)

Simon & Garfunkel - A Musical Celebration has been touring worldwide for the past three years! Using huge projection photos and original footage, they perform all the hits including ‘Mrs. Robinson’, ‘Cecilia’, Bridge Over Troubled Water’, ‘Homeward Bound’ and many more.

The immersive concert-style theatre show chronicles the amazing journey shared by the folk-rock duo, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. It tells the story from their humble beginnings as Tom & Jerry to their incredible success as one of the best-selling music groups of the ‘60’s to their dramatic split in 1970. With more than 100 million album sales since 1965, Simon & Garfunkel’s perfect harmonies and songs that poignantly captured the times made them one of the most successful folk-rock duos of all time.

Mick Dalla-Vee and Michael Sicoly are two wonderfully talented artists with some awesome credits to their names. Their musical and vocal skills perfectly capture the sound of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel in this beautifully crafted musical presentation.

Mick Dalla-Vee is a musician with a long and storied career in the Canadian music industry most notably for his work with Bachman & Turner for whom he has played bass and been lead singer for over 20 years.

Michael Sicoly, highly regarded vocalist, has performed on most of the world’s biggest stages. And also happens to be the anthem singer for both The Seahawks and The Mariners and has performed at many of pro sports biggest moments. He has a host of acting credits from a host of movie, TV and radio work.

George Canyon: Acoustic
Creekside Theatre

George Canyon: Acoustic

With Special Guest Jeff Johnson
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$79 Per Person (Including fees & charges)

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George Canyon rose to becoming one of Canada’s hottest Country Music stars in the early2000’s and has won countless accolades and awards, including Juno Awards, CCMA Awards, and ECMA Awards to name a few. He has been inducted into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame, recorded 12 albums, and was presented a certified Platinum Award for his debut album ‘One Good Friend’.

With country iconic hits like Just Like You, I Believe in Angels, Drinkin’ Thinkin’, Daughters of the Sun, I Got This, I Want You To Live, Slow Dance and many, many more, he is also a highly regarded humanitarian, strong supporter of the military, and, most important, a proud father and devoted husband.

Jeff Johnson is a Canadian Country Music Association award winning producer of the year, Juno nominated producer and songwriter of the year and multiple British Columbia Country Music Association award winner including 5-time producer of the year and one-time songwriter of the year. Jeff has co-written and produced two number #1 albums, a gold selling album and a gold selling single in country and pop. Jeff has worked with the likes of Dallas Smith, George Canyon, Joey Moi, Faber Drive, Jet Black Stare, Meghan Patrick, Chris Buck Band, Tyler Joe Miller and many others

David Myles Trio Tour Across Canada

David Myles Trio Tour Across Canada

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$39 Per Person

Our most fundamental questions—about how to exist in this world we share, and how best to love the people we love—so often keep us awake at the end of the day, at a loss for answers. From the plaintive opening notes of David Myles’ It’s Only a Little Loneliness, the New Brunswick-based songwriter testifies that he’s no exception: “I could try to explain what goes on in my brain, but I’d have to pretend that I knew,” he sings on “Certain.” On his introspective 15th studio album, Myles establishes himself as a seeker—of paths, of new sonic expressions, of God. Concrete answers, however, elude him the same as they elude the rest of us. All of that seeking reveals one clear conclusion, though: we are bound to each other. “But it’s late at night, and I’m reaching for the light,” he continues over soft, arpeggiated guitar on the album’s opening track. “And I want to spend my whole life with you.”

“It's the kind of thing you say to yourself when you're feeling a bit down: ‘It’s only a little loneliness,’” Myles says about the album’s title on a drive through northern New Brunswick. “But then at the same time, you know—it's actually quite a big thing. It's overwhelming. You try to tell yourself it's not a big deal but it feels quite fundamental. And you realize, ‘I need people. I need a community. I need my friends. I need my family.”

That’s clear from songs like the sweet “If I Lost You,” simultaneously uplifting and heavy as Myles deals with the fact that everything must end, and what that means for relationships based in love. On the smoky “Mystery,” he addresses the enigmatic magnetism of opposites attracting, reminding listeners that those who are different from us broaden our perspectives and make our lives richer.

Sometimes it takes something massive, though—a rending of the fabric of one’s reality—to see our interdependence on one another clearly enough to inspire profound changes. In 2018, Myles came down with a sudden illness that had him worried that his life and ability to make music were in jeopardy; in 2020, the world changed overnight, upending his life and career along with everyone else. “My worst fear was to have the career drop,” Myles says. “And then, for reasons beyond my control, it dropped for me. And I didn't die. And it didn't all fall apart.”

It took a lot of soul-searching to get to this point, where he could look back on the past few years and understand what it had taught him. During this period his bandwidth for putting on any kind of airs was completely depleted, and he realized that with the time he has, he has to be 100% himself, which meant following those thoughts that kept him up at night, learning how to best express them, and confronting them through music. “All of a sudden, I could talk about God in my songs, and I could talk about the mystery of relationships and love and confusion and loneliness,” Myles says.

In 2021, the Juno-nominated album That Tall Distance offered an instrumental expression of Myles’ feelings about these questions. It’s Only a Little Loneliness brings his voice and words into the mix, using the same recording approach, with each contributing player afforded as much time as they need to lay down their parts at home and complete the picture. The result is a collection that flows naturally, a whole that proves more than the sum of its dynamic and singular parts.

For Myles, it was imperative that percussion form the beating heart of the record, and Joshua Van Tassel’s intricate work drives songs like “Walk With Me,” as Myles seeks to fill

his spiritual void.

The virtuosic Leith Fleming-Smith appears on organ and Wurlitzer, and Asa Brosius provides the dreamy title track dobro solo and gossamer pedal steel for the cover of country heartbreak standard “Making Believe.” Elsewhere, Dean Brouillard provides the crucial low end on bass; Andrew Jackson blows trombone; and Aaron Davis provides the glowing piano work on curtain-closer “Solitaire.”

All over the album, the voices of dear friends—Rose Cousins (“Making Believe”), Breagh Isabel (“If I Lost You”), and Reeny and Haliey Smith (“Mystery,” “Walk With Me,” and the slinky and soulful “You Can’t Hurt Me”)—drive home that important sentiment: we need each other to get through, even if it’s just a little loneliness.

Over these past years of isolation, Myles has continued to seek connection via his “not-so-late night talk show” Myles From Home on YouTube, which has since become a popular podcast by the same name. Myles From Home has featured a diverse selection of guests including Jeremy Dutcher, Shad, Alex Cuba, Bahamas, and Ria Mae. The podcast is just another feather in the multifaceted cap of Myles’ career, which includes numerous awards and accolades, a robust artist profile stateside, a 2018 children’s book called Santa Never Brings Me a Banjo, and the biggest-selling rap single in the history of Canadian music, “Inner Ninja,” a cross-genre musical collaboration with rapper Classified.

The Bros Landreth

The Bros Landreth

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$39 (Including fees and charges)

The Bros. Landreth welcome a new day with Come Morning, an album that marks both a rebirth and refinement of the JUNO-winning band's blend of North American roots music and harmony-heavy soul.

The most immersive, emotive record of the Landreths' career, Come Morning finds brothers Joey and Dave lacing their melody-driven songs with layers of atmospheric synth, organ, and textured guitar. The group's previous albums shone a light on their strength as a live act, capturing the spontaneity and sonic stomp of a band of hard-touring road warriors. If those records unfolded like snapshots of The Bros. Landreth's nighttime shows, then Come Morning sketches a markedly different picture, showcasing the introspection and clarity that comes with a long period of rest.

For Joey and Dave, rest wasn't always an easy thing to find. From their early days attending their father's gigs as babies ("Mom would take us in the bassinet and stick us under the bar tables," says David) to their years logged onstage and, on the road, they've spent much of their lives being moved — both physically and emotionally — by music. After pursuing separate careers as sidemen, they launched The Bros. Landreth with 2013's Let It Lie, a debut album that drew upon the shared soundtrack of their childhood — Bonnie Raitt's blues, Little Feat's funky country-rock, Ry Cooder's eclectic instrumentals, Lyle Lovett's twangy traditionalism — for a sound that saluted the past while planting its flag firmly in the present. This was music for the heart and the heartland, with songs that evoked the American South one minute and the windswept prairies of the brothers' Manitoba homeland the next. Fittingly, the siblings spent years crisscrossing Canada and America in support of its release, then toured overseas as their popularity swelled.

Let It Lie won the 2015 JUNO Award for "Roots & Traditional Album of The Year - Group," earned The Bros. Landreth a nomination for "International Artist of the Year" at the 2016 UK Americana Music Awards and received praise from heroes like Bonnie Raitt. Building a global audience took a toll on the brothers, though, and Dave temporarily stepped away from the lineup for three years. Joey used that time to launch

Come Morning is a new dawn for The Bros. Landreth, featuring appearances from Leith Ross (whose 2020 debut was released on the Landreth's record label, Birthday Cake) and drummers Aaron Sterling and Daniel Roy. At the album's core are the Landreth’s themselves: two born-to-collaborate brothers who sing songs about hard truths and new beginnings, having been brought back together during a time of unprecedented isolation.

Josh + Bex

Josh + Bex

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$39 Per Person (Taxes and fees included)

Josh + Bex are a Canadian Dream Folk duo out of Kelowna, BC. Their spellbinding harmonies and honed yet rustic sound, meet at the intersection of hope and sorrow—giving space to let their songs explore light, love, pain, connection and the awe-inspiring wonders of Mother Earth.

Ali Hassan “DOES THIS TASTE FUNNY?”

Ali Hassan “DOES THIS TASTE FUNNY?”

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$49 Per Person (Including fees and charges)


Ali Hassan’s career plans started off as simply as anyone’s: become a chef, get a food show on television, get a second food show on television, be the face of the network and have oven mitts with his face on them. But sometimes things get in the way of your dreams: like your parents’ disappointment, your family of four children and your successful comedy career.

This show is a hilarious exposition of Ali’s journey in and out of the culinary world in which he spent 12 years. Think Eat, Pray, Love....minus the Prayer.

ABOUT ALI HASSAN:

Ali Hassan is a Stand-up Comic and Actor who has performed for audiences across Canada and internationally.

Ali is the host of the CBC Radio stand-up comedy show Laugh Out Loud. Ali is also heard on CBC Radio, NPR and PRX as a frequent guest-host of As It Happens, the arts and culture show ‘q’, and for the past six consecutive years, he has hosted Canada Reads - the annual battle of the books celebrating the best of Canadian literature.

Ali has appeared on the big screen in award-winning films – Breakaway, French Immersion, and as the memorable Lebanese ‘Uncle Stevie’ opposite Sean William Scott, Jay Baruchel, and Eugene Levy in the hockey hit Goon. In 2020, Ali was in the films MySpy, Mafia Inc, and Tammy's Always Dying which had its World Premiere at TIFF 2019. His recent television roles have included Blood & Treasure (CBS), Designated Survivor (ABC), Cardinal (CTV), Odd Squad (PBS Kids), Man Seeking Woman (FXX), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC) and Working Moms (CBC, Netflix). Television audiences can also see Ali as a recurring guest star on the new CBC sitcom, Run the Burbs.

Ali has performed at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and Toronto's JFL42. Ali also toured across Canada as one of the stars of Just For Laughs Comedy Night In Canada tour, hosted By Rick Mercer.

A Canadian Comedy Award nominee, Ali has toured his solo show Muslim Interrupted around Canada to great acclaim. He also took the show to Scotland to perform at the world's largest comedy festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In 2022, Ali begins touring his latest one man show, based on his decade in the food industry, Does This Taste Funny? In 2022, make sure to check out his book, ‘Is There Bacon in Heaven?’ that comes out with Simon & Schuster.

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“Always… Patsy Cline”
Arts Café Presents

“Always… Patsy Cline”

From November 3 to 5, 2022
 Creekside Theatre Thu, Nov 3, 2022 to Sat, Nov 5, 2022 At 7:00pm
Sat, Nov 5, 2022 At 2:00pm
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$45 Per Person (Includes fees and charges)

Take a walk down memory lane with one of the most influential Country Music vocalists of the 20th century, Patsy Cline. Arts Café Presents: “Always…Patsy Cline”. Starring award winning actress/singer Anna Jacyszyn as country-music legend Patsy Cline; and award-winning actress, Janet Anderson, as her fan and friend Louise Seger!

This is not just a tribute concert to the legendary country singer who died tragically in a plane crash in 1963, but a show based on a true friendship between Ms. Cline and a fan from Houston named Louise Seger, who befriended the star in a Texas honky-tonk in l961 and continued corresponding with Cline until her death. The musical play, complete with down home country humour true emotion and even some audience participation, includes many of Patsy’s unforgettable hits such as “Crazy,” “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “You Belong to Me,” “True Love” “Just a Closer Walk With Thee…27 irresistible songs in all! The show’s title was inspired by Cline’s letters to Seger, which were consistently signed “Love ALWAYS… Patsy Cline.”

This good-natured honest comedy has "crowd-pleasing" stamped all over it, and with just two lead performers, a small band, and the built-in appeal of the Cline Country Classics, you will inevitably be tapping your toes and twitching in your seats to hit after hit. The dialogue will have you in stitches with all the cheeky banter leading to sentimental tears and back again. Anna Jacyszyn authentically imbibes her character revealing the sweet nature and soul of this iconic songster, while Anderson creates a no-fuss down to earth character who inevitably charmed Ms. Cline from fan to real friend.

Directed by Neal Facey under the musical directorship of Neville Bowman. Performed at Creekside Theatre, 10241 Bottom Wood Lake Rd, Lake Country. November 3,4,5 at 7 p.m. start with a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.

Matt Dusk Sings Sinatra
Creekside Theatre Presents

Matt Dusk Sings Sinatra

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$59 Per Person
*includes fees & charges

Multi-award-winning, Platinum-selling artist Matt Dusk has been enthralling audiences around the world for years, leaving in his wake a series of radio hits, acclaimed albums, and a loyal fan base that continues to grow with every passing year. After several successful jazz and pop albums, Dusk returns to his roots with Sinatra, an up-tempo tribute to the Chairman of the Board himself, the man who sang some of the most beloved songs of all time.

An energetic show with all the production value of a Broadway musical, Sinatra, takes the audience on a musical journey through Frank’s incredible career, including its ups and downs, hilarity and heartbreak. Through Matt Dusk, we re-visit Ol’ Blue Eyes from his days making Bobbysoxers swoon to his time with the Rat Pack, cracking jokes and singing tunes before heading out to hit the blackjack tables. A career that spanned decades is carved into one spectacular night of music and fun.

‘It’s like Sinatra at the Sands,” Dusk says from his home in Toronto, “a night of crooning and cocktails. I’ve been singing these songs since I could rent a tuxedo, and there is nothing more swingin' than stepping on stage with a smokin' band performing timeless hits that everyone knows. This show is about the music, the musicians, and the memories from that era.”

After twelve studio albums that have racked up numerous Gold and Platinum awards along the way, it’s interesting that Dusk has chosen just now to pay tribute to the man who first inspired him to sing in the first place.

“Frank’s music has connected with people for decades, and so many personal memories are anchored around his songs,” Dusk explains. “I sang his songs to my daughter when she was born, and I’ve even sung ‘em at divorce parties.” He laughs, but his point is clear: the music of Frank Sinatra is not only timeless, it’s also the soundtrack to many different parts of people’s lives.

Dusk feels the time is right for revisiting Sinatra’s catalog, and not just for those who fell in love with the songs when they were new.

“It’s hard to imagine that anyone wouldn't know who Frank Sinatra was,” he says. “But in my numerous conversations with people under 30, it surprises me that some don’t. I love to be that first introduction to one of the greatest singers of the 20th century, a man who influenced so many artists from Bob Dylan to U2. Great music never dies, and neither should Frank’s legacy.”

“Crooners like Toronto’s Matt Dusk has taken what he has learned from the greats and molded it for a modern audience.” - LA Times

“Blending distinctly Sinatra-esque swagger, Dusk is waist deep in grandiose arrangements that are dripping with Sin City excess and turns the clock back some four decades with excellence.” - Jazz Times

“Matt Dusk impressively brings Las Vegas back to the glory days as the standards-singer sounds remarkably like Rat Packer Frank Sinatra.” - Billboard

James Mullinger
Creekside Theatre

James Mullinger

Presented by Train Wreck Comedy
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$45 Per Person (Including fees & charges)

On April 28, 2016, Comedian James Mullinger sold out Harbour Station Arena in Saint John, outselling Jerry Seinfeld, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard and Jeff Dunham! The stand up special of the show itself was picked up by Hulu and Amazon Prime so his tales of life in Atlantic Canada are now being enjoyed by people in Germany, Japan and America.

In April 2018 he sold out Harbour Station a second time, this time beating his own record which made headlines across the pond.

James tours extensively to packed houses across Canada and England. A big-budget movie had been made about his early years in stand up (starring actors from Twilight, Downton Abbey and Notting Hill and comedians such as Jimmy Carr, Gilbert Gottfried, Mike Ward and Pete Zedlacher). It was described by NME as the “funniest film of the year,” “unmissable” by GQ Magazine and “essential viewing. A funny, realistic look at what it takes to become a stand-up comedian,” by the Montreal Times. Watch the trailer here.

Comedian James Mullinger is one of Canada’s biggest cheerleaders. He loves it here and spends his time promoting it across the world and raising money for charities and non-profits. James has raised more than $100,000 for Canadian charities. He has also become one of Canada’s top comics, being nominated for both a Just For Laughs comedy award and a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Live Show.

Milf Life Crisis

Milf Life Crisis

With Special Guest Jeff Johnson
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$39 Per Person (Including fees & charges)
Pre-Show "Sip & Shop 6:30pm - 7:30pm


“Enjoy a hard-earned night out with friends. Grab a glass of wine while you visit our local vendors market prior to taking your seat. Anne Marie Scheffler returns to Lake Country with her hilarious one-woman comedy show Milf Life Crisis.

Your whole life, you just wanted to get married and have babies. It took a bit of time to get there, but you got there. And now, your perfect life has fallen apart. You have your beautiful children and a parenting schedule with the ex.

It’s been a long two years and we all deserve a night out with good friends, great wine and big laughs.

“MILF Life Crisis left our audience wanting more of Anne-Marie. The show was funny, poignant, and highly relatable. I was amazed at how our patrons related to her and walked out laughing and comparing themselves (and their friends) to the characters that she portrayed on stage. She was an absolute gem to work with and we look forward to bringing her back soon!” - Trampas Brown, The Esplanade

Barney Bentall

Barney Bentall

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$39.00 (includes fees & charges)

Canadians first met Barney in 1988 as leader of the Legendary Hearts when MuchMusic embraced an indie video of the heartland anthem “Something to Live For.” Next came a self-titled Epic Records’ album which sold over 100,000 units and earned the group a JUNO Award for Best New Group. As his life began moving at a dizzying speed, Barney was swept into a circle of peers that included Blue Rodeo, K.d. lang, The Tragically Hip, Colin James, 54.40, and The Odds. His career education took place in parlaying strong grassroots popularity into a national following; and by playing to crowds in seedy bars to concert halls and arenas all over Canada. At its peak, the band was playing 200 dates a year, graduating from touring in a van to a motorhome to tour buses.

Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts released four further studio albums: The “Lonely Avenue (1991), Ain't Life Strange (1993), Gin Palace (1995), and Till Tomorrow (1997). A Greatest Hits 1986-1996 was released in 1997.By the mid-‘90s, Barney decided to focus more on music that satisfied his own creative impulses while members of the Legendary Hearts transitioned into other careers.

In 2000, Barney took time off from music to reflect on the next phase of his career. With his brother-in-law, he and his wife then purchased a cattle ranch in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. Although he spent a sizeable amount of time running the ranch, Barney never quite removed himself from music. While remaining on the borders of the music landscape, he’d peek in to see if he saw anything he liked. This includes returning to recording with his solo albums Gift Horse (2006), which received a JUNO nomination, followed by The Inside Passage (2008), and Flesh & Bone (2012).

This also encompasses working with the boisterous old-time Vancouver bluegrass band The High Bar Gang; with the BTU trio (Shari Ulrich and Tom Taylor); and with The Cariboo Express, a traveling, fundraising old-time musical revue.

Comfortable in his own skin, Barney today doesn’t have dramatic, extravagant feelings about his work. He’ll keep doing what he’s doing to the best of his ability. He doesn’t see one moment of inspiration as any big climax. It’s just a matter of sharing his tools, keeping in shape, and self-discipline.

“My solo work is very important to me,” he sums up. “I wouldn’t want to be playing only with the Legendary Hearts. It’s wonderful when we do get together for some gigs because I do have my solo career and the Cariboo Express project. Right now, I’m focused on what I am doing on my own, but the other projects keep me learning, traveling new pathways, and keeps music vital for me.”

As frequent collaborator Jim Cuddy, who guested on “Won’t Change The World,” notes, “Barney had a similar trajectory as a neo-roots troubadour to the one we experienced in Blue Rodeo. He has so successfully transitioned from fronting a rock band to being a true Canadian troubadour in the tradition of Lightfoot, McLauchlan, and Cohen. I have loved his solo records, and they have frequently brought me to tears. He is a very poignant songwriter. His voice has the ring of authenticity, and I am easily swept up in the narrative of his songs. His records are my ‘go to’ ones when I need some familiarity to soothe my worries. Quite a man, quite an artist.”

Enchanted
Cosmic Co-Motion Presents

Enchanted

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$39.00 Per Person

Immerse yourself in an otherworldly jungle of evocative circus antics. Undertake a mesmerizing adventure of rapture and witness the theatrics of flying aerial acrobats, risqué burlesque and enchanting dancers. This show is aimed at an adult audience and the performer has indicated that this show would be similar to an “R” movie rating. Tempt your wild side with the visual feast of immersive art projections and the audio delicacies of a spirited musical score.

Be provoked. Be awakened. Be unleashed.

The Spirit of Christmas Variety Show

The Spirit of Christmas Variety Show

Hosted by Payton Bischoff
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$30 Per Person (Including fees and charges)

The Spirit of Christmas Variety show is hosted by Lake Country singer Payton Bischoff. The show features a variety of talented young performers that will get you primed for the holiday season.

The second annual event will showcase talent from the Lake Country School of Dance, choirs from local elementary schools, as well as singers and actors to round out this festive event.

Keeping the rhythm for the event is Brother Down, a high energy band that is sure to get you feeling the Spirit of Christmas.

Chris Buck & Friends

Chris Buck & Friends

Nashville style Writers Round: Hear the Stories Behind the Songs!
 Creekside Theatre Sat, Dec 10, 2022 At 7:00pm
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$39 Per Person
*includes all fees & tax
*non-refundable

Chris Buck & Friends

Nashville Style Writers Round: Hear the Stories Behind the Songs!